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My very cluttered reloading bench, a $15 surplus desk.
Had my stuff mounted on the end, but while reforming rifle cases I pulled a press loose. The way the desk is made I couldn't mount the far enough in.

Though about mounting on a steel plate, but ended up pulling the center Drawer out and mounting them where I could set comfortably and watch the computer.
 

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Man you are almost as cluttered as my bench is. I was going to say disorganized but I know that you remember where everything is right? I kmow I can find whatever I'm looking for under that mess unless my wife or one of our boys has touched the bench.
 

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I was in Bass Pro today looking for 45acp, 9mm or 40s&w ammo (what a joke/nothing), I also looked around at their reloading supplies as I'm considering it, almost nothing available there also..............
 

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You know I have thought about going to a progressive press, I loaded rifle long before I started loading for pistols.

I load hunting loads for 4 different handguns, and I load them as I do for my rifles. One step at a time

Yeah I load like Winchester operated on mash
 

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Yeah I think a progressive press would be nice. But I'm not shooting hundreds of rounds at a time anymore.

It might be a little anal, but I like inspecting the cases at every step. Making sure there's nothing to break the decapping pin, the flash hole is open and ready, and there's powder in it before I seat the bullet. Then I inspect the finished round.
 
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