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With my game run a muck ...

Postby RBHarter » 05 Oct 2018 19

I had to have a bench to work with through the winter .
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It is 3/4 plywood save the back in 1/2" and the 1 1/4" desk top .
Forgive the green the bulk of my Lee tools are hidden away in the mould box on the lower left .
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Re: With my game run a muck ...

Postby Ranch Dog » 05 Oct 2018 20

I'm sure it is going to work RB, good to see you getting set up. You find any hogs yet?
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Re: With my game run a muck ...

Postby daboone » 06 Oct 2018 09

I've been using those composition notebooks since high school for keeping load data notes and records on gun, molds and reloading ideas, tools.
An ignorant person is one who doesn't know what you have just found out.

When setting a job up for myself it must be Idiot Proof as well, as I am a bigger idiot than most people I know, and I prove it to myself everyday.
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Postby akuser47 » 06 Oct 2018 16

Great looking loading bench. I agree on the comp books I've always been a fan of them they are durable.
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Re: With my game run a muck ...

Postby RBHarter » 07 Oct 2018 10

RD ,
They seem to be much like those that you have but on a 6 month cycle .
Lots of yeah we got more than we know what to do with , Uncle Bob don't want nobody hunting here ........ Whatever .
I know all that green . The milk crate on the right bottom is mostly full of 2C Lee moulds about 18 and five 6C in the tool box . Plus 2-3 without boxes .
Several die sets also . Those in the RGB style 2 die boxes are bullet sizing dies . A 3 die can has 3 45 cal bullet sizer dies in it .

The off put on the Comp or otherwise bound books has always been cost . They were $3 ea . At 50¢ I had to have $20 worth . I guess I just never hit the sales right .
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