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    Cluttered like my mind but nothing collecting dust! Well maybe the Fender could use a little more attention.
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    New to reloading.... my basic Lee setup
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    Lee Challenger added some additional accessories.. digital scale, brass tumbler with more to come...
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    Don't use Lee case lube. It is water based and known to cause rust in dies. There are so many alternatives.

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    Just got my first press; Lee Classic Turret press. This is my setup so far. Used a stand from a miter saw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TINMAN View Post
    Very nice setup indeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidL View Post
    Just got my first press; Lee Classic Turret press. This is my setup so far. Used a stand from a miter saw.
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    You have to start some place. I did the same thing on my first set up. I remember getting home and using clamps to clamp it to a small bench just like yours. The next morning the wife kicked me out of the living room with it all and its been down hill ever since. Your reloading skills will grow and with it so will your bench. Soon you might even need an entire room.

    Oh and congratulations on getting into a new way to spend money and on the new press. Cheers
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    I would be too embarrassed to post a pic of mine,but picture a well stocked room like your favorite LGS and then throw a grenade in there.Yep,thats it. LOL
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    Hey you just described my reloading room to a T. I will add that I do not reload with a mess on my bench and need to take a day and clean my reloading room. Perhaps then I will take a pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mosinitis View Post
    Don't use Lee case lube. It is water based and known to cause rust in dies. There are so many alternatives.
    Pam works good for lube, just make sure it is the butter flavored kind. That way your cases smell good enough to eat.
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    Well I finish setting up !! the other day, loaded some rounds and off to the range I go!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwa12479 View Post
    So darn organized. It's because of pictures like this that makes me to embarrassed to post my reloading area. LOL.

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    I cleaned up a bit so a took a picture to add to the thread. Not pretty but its functional and has given many years of faithful service.
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    Wow guys. Seeing these pictures really makes me want to get into this. I wish I new how or where to even start. Pictures do help but I don't even know the tools used or how to use them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverrat View Post
    Wow guys. Seeing these pictures really makes me want to get into this. I wish I new how or where to even start. Pictures do help but I don't even know the tools used or how to use them
    It isn't hard to do and can be very time consuming if your going for accuracy loads. I'm not sure about the newer manuals but the older ones give very good instructions. Takes a lot of patients, attention to detail and a distraction free environment.
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    Getting back into reloading after a 40 year gap I have been on the look out for a reloading bench, I think I found what I want to build.I like the concept. I'll have to see if it will work for the area I have.I like how it closes up and can be locked up after you are done reloading, Notice the shotgun reloader on the right side door?

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    I'll have to find someone who drinks Folgers coffe, 80% of the reloading bench pictures has a old Folgers Coffee Container on thier bench.
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    Here is another pic, from another part of my reading room!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighlandLofts View Post
    Getting back into reloading after a 40 year gap I have been on the look out for a reloading bench, I think I found what I want to build.I like the concept. I'll have to see if it will work for the area I have.I like how it closes up and can be locked up after you are done reloading, Notice the shotgun reloader on the right side door?

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    Thats very nice! To bad I'd mess that up in a heartbeat.
    I've got so much stuff crammed in here the dog has to curl up in between ammo cans!

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    My reloading area. Lee Master Loader .40 S&Wimage.jpgimage.jpg

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    Mine is a total mess! Not enough room and too many projects going at once. Along with turkey hunting gear thrown in.

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