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#6540609 - 11/12/16 04:40 PM reloading table mini project
Big Stan Offline
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Registered: 05/02/14
Posts: 331
I had this reloading table for a little over 20 years when I started off as a noobie reloader. lol It started to sag a little and bullets started rolling off so I decided to remove the table and refinish it and find out what was causing it to sag. After extensive sanding outside to remove tool marks / pits in the table and removed most of the old stain finish. Reassembled the table with new screws, minor adjustments and bolted to the wall with 4 inch screws. Now its perfectly even and ready for some sealer. New Redding press is on the floor awaiting its new permanent home. woot


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#6541075 - 11/13/16 06:05 AM Re: reloading table mini project [Re: Big Stan]
mikei Offline
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Registered: 11/16/14
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Looks like you did a great job on the refurb! You ought to get at least another 20 years out of it!!

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