Reloading bench to use

Chili47

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Ill be moving to college in a few weeks and i am debating on which gun to take. if i can find a place to reload i can take one of my better guns. would anyone in north western Ohio let me use their bench?
 

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Re: Reloading bench to use

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Tatertot</div><div class="ubbcode-body">i will be living in the dorms and you are not allowed to have explosives </div></div>

Youre not allowed to have firearms in dorms either so....
 

Chili47

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Re: Reloading bench to use

i have that taken care of at my buddies place but his wife will not allow him to set up a reloading bench
 

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    Re: Reloading bench to use

    There have been posts on here in the past about using a Black & Decker WorkMate, the 'heavy duty' 550lb rated model as a portable workbench.

    The 'full-meal-deal' version had a little hutch/shelf built onto it to provide a little more space, as well as somewhere to put the scale and clamp the powder measure. A very simple version could be a 2' x 2' piece of 3/4" plywood from the local HD or Lowes with a piece of scrap 2x4 screwed to the back for a cleat to clamp in between the jaws of the Workmate. Very simple, very quick-n-easy to break down for storage in your buddies garage - un-clamp the top, set it against the wall, fold the Workmate up, lean it against the way, done.