I thought I would share a photo of my new custom made reloading bench, total cost zero.
Work were throwing out some old office furniture, I had been looking for a new reloading bench for some time and had been looking on e-bay but could find nothing under the cost of a good reloading press that was ideal. When work throw out some well to be honest not that old office furniture, I decided that I could make use of it, so out with the circler saw and cordless drill and this is what I knocked up.
My reloading procedure starts with the single stage reloading press on the left of the bench, I leave my de-capping die in this permanently, once I get in from a trip used cases are de-primed and put in the Ultra-sonic cleaner once I get 10 or so empties in the cleaner I turn it on. The cheap cordless drill has a 240volt to 12 volt DC converter under the bench with a foot operated switch, it is also mounted permanently to the bench this allows me to size, de-burr, prep’ primer holes etc with both hands free. The turret press allows me to swap between calibres when reloading without having to set up my dies each time.
Old, cleaned, and prep’brass is stored in the plastic lintran containers on the left.
Not sure if that gives all body ideas for there own bench or not.