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    I finally built my workbench!

    It's taken some time, but it's finally done. I'm still in the process of organizing and loading it up, but I just had to share. I plan on using the right side for reloading, and the left side for working on guns or other projects.

    I finally built my workbench!-dsci0207.jpg

    Once I get everything organized, my first project will be cleaning-up my reloading equipment. Being in the garage, they have become rusty. I just hope that I can save the dies.

    I finally built my workbench!-dsci0208.jpg
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    Nice. Looks similar to what I had in mind. One of these days when I get time.
    This space for rent.

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    Nice work!

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    Now , when are you going to build the other half of it? It should be about right when you get the other half added. LOL. It looks good by the way.

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    Glad to see your plans come together.

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    not bad. what type of lights do you use?
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    nice to have a place warm to work, My shop is in an out building and it gets pretty cold here in Northern Michigan.
    Looks like nice Oak Plywood on the Deck! is that a spot of Blood already?
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    I'm sorry I didn't answer these questions before. I don't know how I missed them.

    Quote Originally Posted by frankmako View Post
    not bad. what type of lights do you use?
    Right now, it's just the 300W Halogen in the ceiling fan, and a desk lamp with a built-in magnifying glass. Eventually, I plan to recess mount some rope lighting in the shelves, and add a couple of florescent strips under the table.

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    ...is that a spot of Blood already?

    It might be. I can't tell, but I've been using this same plywood as a makeshift workbench on sawhorses for years before I used it for this. It could be lots of different things. So far, I've been able to keep from adding any more blood stains to it.
    Self defense is not a part-time job!

    Shooting is one of the great joys in life. Pass it on.

    Colt Single Action Army - The original point and click interface.

    From one of my Drill Sargents upon graduating from Basic Training - "Keep your powder dry, your pecker wet, and your belly full."

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    I recently got into reloading. I stated with a small bench in my garage but moved the whole setup out to my 10x16 shed. Now I have tons of room to work!

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    I can't tell, but I've been using this same plywood as a makeshift workbench on sawhorses for years before I used it for this. It could be lots of different things. So far, I've been able to keep from adding any more blood stains to it.
    GuL

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