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Pics of your workbench/reloading bench/shop

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

  1. BadgerLB

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    K, turned out to be a few weeks... has 2 20 amp circuits with overhead lights.. back bench is permanent and the tables (3 of them) are light and easy to move around as needed... I'm pretty happy with it for now, but i need to put in some kind of ventilation for the summer, I have a small space heater for this winter. The coolest part is that I ended up only having to buy a few 2x4's to build it all out, most of it was already there in the form of crappy tables for storage, I just chopped it up.

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  2. NikatKimber

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    Sweet! What size is the shed?
     
  3. BadgerLB

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    It's huge... like 12' x 16 or 18'... It was here when we bought the place a few years back, I was using it for storage and it was under utilized... while my garage began to encroach on my work space... so I move all my crap out and put it in the shed...
     
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    Jealous! Perfect little man cave, except it needs cable tv and a beer fridge.

    Let the wife have the house.
     
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    The only thing missing is a Dillon RL-650 and an AC unit.Looks great!!:thumb: Are you planning to insulate it??

    Oh yeah,get that lawn mower out of there.:rollingla
     
  6. BadgerLB

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    I plan on putting a tv in... but the conduit is too small to run coax down so I'll probably just use an xbox as an extender to my media center and watch tv that way. A fridge is also on the docket but less important as I can't drink beers and reload :).

    haha... you got a 650 you want to give me? :)... I'll stick with my Lee for now, its paid for and I don't have to take out a second mortgage... AC unit is on its way, one of my guys at work has an extra he bought for 5 bucks at a garage sale that he's selling me for 5 bucks... so that works out. As far as insulation goes, probably not, at least in the short term, it'd be a lot of work and for as much time as im going to spend out there probably wouldn't be terribly worth it.

    I have, however, considered putting a storm shelter off to the side of it under ground and then having a trap door going to a tunnel that leads into the storm shelter, but that's just wishful thinking :)
     
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    I designed this and built this.

    I also did it without a right angle. I measured 3 foot across and 4 foot down and 5 ft hypotenuse to form my right angles.

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    and my shed, well I finally bought a right angle for this one
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    I miss our ferrets. :(
     
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    I moved about a year ago and am just now getting all my reloading stuff consolidated and a bench built. this one still needs to get a 2 foot shelf under the far left side, the leg to get cased out in poplar (that is why it is narrow-er then the top) and, a 6 inch deep cabinet with sliding doors for my toolheads and various components. Still I wanted to show off the nifty T track I installed thanks to ShootSumm. I'm really digging the idea of being able to easily slide on and secure the things I dont use that often like my manual trimmer.

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