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Pics of your workbench/reloading bench/shop

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Talacker, Nov 25, 2008.

  1. Talacker

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    I've got a mind to build a workbench/reloading station in my spare garage. Just looking for some good ideas...thanks.

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  2. HKCHEF

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    I don't have any pics of my work bench, but I do have pics of the work benches I've built for my range, also a table, shooting bench and a 10 foot bench. As soon as the garage is presentable I will take pics of the workbench.

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    I don't use plans either, but I can give you any advice you need.
     
  4. Talacker

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    Much appreciated. Mine will probably be just an adventure with 2x4s and screws, something similar to that first pic you posted. I'm thinking of maybe getting a little fancy and make a recessed level for a miter saw and room under one end that will store a tool cabinet on wheels and/or serve as a place for a chair to work.
     
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    Also consider a shelf, screw it I will take a picture of my workbench excuse the mess, hold on a sec......
     
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    Here we are, the 2x4's running the back to support the shelf and 3/4 inch plywood shelf will hold a ton of weight.

    ai246.photobucket.com_albums_gg106_Sukimasterchef_DSC_1038.jpg

    I need to clean the garage.
     
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    Very nice!!
     
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    Here's when my bench was new.
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    Then I added the shelves.
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    I wish it looked that clean now.
     
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    Can anyone tell me how to upload pics?
    I tried uploading them as attachments and it said they were to big.
    I'd post the pics of my workench in progress.
    Mostly down to mounting the last few components now and cleaning up.
     
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    Old Fart, you have to upload your pics to a hosting site like photobucket then you just paste the URL in your post using the image tags. Here is my reloading bench, it's just a bench I bought from Lowe's that I screwed a piece of 3/4 MDF board to the top of. The bottom shelf is full of bullets, it doesn't move at all.
    aimg.photobucket.com_albums_v23_hberttmank_reloader.jpg
     

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