Post Pics of your reloading bench.





HomeSkillet

Outdoors for the win
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#4
Umm. After looking at your pics, I am too embarrassed to post mine. Your Frankford wet tumbler has its own dedicated dolly with wheels! I got nothing

My wife has occupied half of my bench with her gardening tools. My dies are in another shelf in the garage, my gun powder is in a different area and all my brass prep stuff (chamfer, deburring tool, sizer, primer pocket cleaner, etc) are in their own separate drawers away from everything else.
 
#5
Umm. After looking at your pics, I am too embarrassed to post mine. Your Frankford wet tumbler has its own dedicated dolly with wheels! I got nothing

My wife has occupied half of my bench with her gardening tools. My dies are in another shelf in the garage, my gun powder is in a different area and all my brass prep stuff (chamfer, deburring tool, sizer, primer pocket cleaner, etc) are in their own separate drawers away from everything else.
Build a separate bench/something for her gardening tools? Just a thought
 

Janizary

Geth Prime
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#8
Your Frankford wet tumbler has its own dedicated dolly with wheels! I got nothing
That little dolly actually gave me the solution to my wet tumbler frustrations. I think I'm going to use sliding drawer hardware instead, but same principle. Love it.
 

TexasJackKin

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Here's mine, I've made some improvements since this picture was taken, but not much that you would notice. I do all my case prep out in the garage.
 
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TexasJackKin

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#17
That should work!

I notice your powder measure hopper is "Frosted" my original was clear, but recently got my powder measure replaced (under warranty) and the replacement was frosted like yours. I was hoping the new one was going to be free of static clean, but it’s not….. I keep a dryer sheet in it when it’s empty, but it doesn’t seem to help.

Over all, I love my LnL auto progressive, and I’m sure will too!
 
#18
That should work!

I notice your powder measure hopper is "Frosted" my original was clear, but recently got my powder measure replaced (under warranty) and the replacement was frosted like yours. I was hoping the new one was going to be free of static clean, but it’s not….. I keep a dryer sheet in it when it’s empty, but it doesn’t seem to help.

Over all, I love my LnL auto progressive, and I’m sure will too!
Thank You I love it so far just loaded 360 .223's in under and hour. I timed the second bullet magazine and did 162 in under 15 minutes. I figure I can easily do 500 rounds an hour even with reloading one of the bullet mags. Yes it is frosted and looks like it is permanent to the body? I would like a larger capacity reservoir.