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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by EL_NinO619, Mar 31, 2011.


  1. EL_NinO619

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    Here ya go..:supergrin: The heart of the room, and the where the SS are is the prep center..

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    How's that loadin' without dies' workin' out for ya? :whistling:


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    Why you buyin' single pounds of powder?

    Nice setup, by the way...
     
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    Ok so that's obviously a commercial workbench. What is the brand and where did you get it?
     
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  6. EL_NinO619

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    Jack just set it up last night, sooo did not get around to loading. You know you like it..

    As for the bench Coscto

    As for single pounds of powder, there all different types. But there is a 8 ponder in there.

    The one on the left is pistol, so i will be getting a case feeder. Still have not degrease the rifle LnL to the right.
     
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    Actually it's very, very nice... a little too neat and clean for me though. Too easy for me to detect my mistakes.

    Where'd you mount the flat panel? :dunno:


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    El_Niño I like that bench. What are the dimensions? Do you have a link or Costco skew number for it? How much was it?
    My plans for getting into a new house with a garage are on hold till late in the year, so am looking onto setting up my spare bedroom on my apartment as a loading/hobbies room.
     
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    Well done! Way cleaner than my room.
     
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    Give him a month and he'll junk it up like everyone else.
     
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    Looks good Justin. I'll have to come over and help you break everything in this weekend. I really like your scale. I use to have one just like it. It was stolen though.
     
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    Looks good, man! Get to work! LOL
     
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    Lookin' good! Was also wondering where you were hiding the eight pounders.

    You'll have to post a pic in 6 months so we can see how well you keep it clean.
     
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    I just got a chubby. :supergrin:
     
  15. EL_NinO619

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    It will be returned. James is going to order the Dillon..you could have it now with the accuracy of the LnL PM and the Lee safety scale..:whistling: I don't need it..

    @Boxer I will try to get that SKU # for you, its not on line though.

    @Jack Working on the flat screen, with a XBOX 360

    As for keeping it neat, trust me it will stay that way, my brother has OCD..:wow:
     
  16. EL_NinO619

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    Fred, nothing about the Turkey fryer in the 2nd pic. Ny brother tried to throw that thing away.. Not with lead in the works..
     
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    Just don't use the aluminum pot for lead. Get a cast iron or steel pot.

    The room looks nice.
     
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    You wouldn't believe how smooth the down-strokes are. And there's no need to lube the brass.
     
  19. EL_NinO619

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    Plus COAL is dead on, but realy those are the mew LnL new dimension urban camo dies. Work great domt they...

    Prepped some .475 wildey tonight and even.started to trim down a few .284 wins to make into .475 Wild..good times. To bad I have to work tomorrow or I would have pulled a all nighter.. :(
     
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    You going to bed? I'm about to head out to the garage for some quality time reloading. Haven't been out there for a while and I'm craving some garage time. I think I'm going to reload some 9mm and 38spl.