Ok so about 10 years ago I got rid of all my reloading supplies. I had an old lee press that was handed down to me by my grandfather and all the associated equipment with it. Hell I could reload everything from .45 to 12 guage.
Back 10-15 years ago ammo was cheap, plentiful and easily...
I have a ton of crimped brass that I want to get processed, and the primer pocket reamer in a drill method just isn't doing the trick for my fingers. I am looking at a bench mounted swager and see that there are really only 2 options (other than press mounted):
RCBS Bench Mounted Swager
POU: Removing the human inconsistencies when sighting in a firearm.
Guns: Something that works with AR styled rifles, bolt action long guns and maybe even a shotgun 12ga.
What would you guys recommend?
I'm assuming I'd need a completely different product for a handgun?
I got this on sale at Cabelas for $99. 00. Arrived today. I have to say it is much better than I expected. It came fully assembled, and in it's own carry bag inside the box it was delivered in.
I set it up in less than 5 minutes. Back in the day we had benches made of 2x4s, and plywood that...
Came up with a great idea today as I was setting up some new reloading stuff.
I needed another work bench, so I found an old pool table, with folding legs. I un screwed the legs and frame from the ruined pool table top (table on craigslist for free).
Then I bought a solid code...
I think the my next project is going to be a nice workbench. Want something that can double for reloading. What do you guys think is the best height? I'm thinking 36" but maybe it should be a little higher, like 40" or so? This is going to be a MAJOR project, lol. The place I'm thinking...
I did this last year, just my take on a steady bench;
Guy who owns another board I frequent has a club where they have an ambidexterous version of this bench.
I'm doing right hand only....sorry southpaws....adjustable seat for both up/down and in/out......(someone needs to make a joke of that)...
here is a little project I just finish.
Took this old tool bench and some scrap wood and made my very first shooting table..
Haven't try it yet, but feels very comfortable and study.!
Aldo made the gun rest.
Found this Gun maintenance bench by MTM at Gander Mountain for $29.99
It's not made for ARs, but seems to work OK for cleaning and such.. Lots of places to put for supplies and tools, even has a place for 2 cleaning rods.
Gun Maintenance Centers by MTM - Make it your gun cleaning kit.
i have a .308 Remington 700. i use it strictly for bench rest. does anyone know what the best accuracy that can be attained? That is figuring that the nut behind the trigger does the right job, ha ha.
I did a alum pillar and glass bed to the action.
The range that I go to is only 100 yards...