My reloading bench and man cave under construction

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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby rdvance » 25 Feb 2019 10

Coming along on it just need to clean up and organize a few things.
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby daboone » 25 Feb 2019 12

I'm glad to we you have discovered how important a real vise is for gun maintenance. I tried 2 different "gun vicses" like the t\Tipton and Lymans, both were useless for any serious maintenance or gun smithing. That's when I got a vintage Versa Vise made for gunsmithing. Thing stay put with a real vise!

Still convinced you're gonna run out of room. :P
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby larryw » 25 Feb 2019 14

Looking good, & yup, out of room soon :D
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby Old Scribe » 25 Feb 2019 18

+1 outa room
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby rdvance » 26 Feb 2019 12

Yep you all are right lol im already running out of room.
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby Ranch Dog » 27 Feb 2019 06

Yeah, whatever room you allow... it will be filled over capacity!
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby daboone » 27 Feb 2019 09

Think about pegboard in place of the magnet bar then remount the magnet on the pegboard.

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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby rdvance » 27 Feb 2019 09

Actually peg board is planned on. I kind hung the magnet bar right there just for convience until i can afford to pegboard it. i plan to do to around the corner and meet at the bins. Can y'all think of a reason not to wrap it around?
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Re: My reloading bench and man cave under construction

Postby larryw » 27 Feb 2019 14

rdvance wrote:Actually peg board is planned on. I kind hung the magnet bar right there just for convience until i can afford to pegboard it. i plan to do to around the corner and meet at the bins. Can y'all think of a reason not to wrap it around?


Howdy Vance, well it's your nest, do with it what you will. Believe me, it will
change, For lack of a better term lets call it, a never ending evolution of a
pretty neat monster...
Just one word of advice, when you put the peg board up, make sure you
use firing strips to bring it out from the face of the wall.
Actually new a guy that screwed 8 sheets to his wall, then couldn't figure
why his little hook things wouldn't work???? I had nothing, just walked
away in disbelief??? Looking good....
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