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Wow! Very nice Jaeger!!

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Very nice. That's going to work nicely for you.

 

Greg

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That looks great ! What's the top, a raw butchers block ?

Lowes had some project pieces that were 3/4 so I carefully screwed them together. It was about the same cost as buying plywood sheets and ripping them down s when I saw these without the headache I bought them instead.

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Awesome!!! Looks very nice!! :)

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Very nice Jaeger!

 

Looks like you could already use more storage space. :laugh:

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Very nice Jaeger. I want to build one like that with bolts holding it together so I can easily take it apart and move it. They make some L shaped metal things that you can secure the thing to the wall. Ive found that very helpful when I push against the table, so it doesn't move.

It fun to make upgrades isn't it.

Cheers.

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It looks so much better, is more organized and clean, and being closer to the wall I can pull the ar in again. It's a standing bench which I'm fine with. Much relief getting that complete. I also have a heavy bag coming to hang in the garage so... yeah. I'll be spending more time there. :)

 

I'll get the top cleaned up which will look much better. All the powder stays un the fire safe otherwise no, it wouldn't be enough room.

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It looks so much better, is more organized and clean, and being closer to the wall I can pull the ar in again. It's a standing bench which I'm fine with. Much relief getting that complete. I also have a heavy bag coming to hang in the garage so... yeah. I'll be spending more time there. :)

 

I'll get the top cleaned up which will look much better. All the powder stays un the fire safe otherwise no, it wouldn't be enough room.

Looks very nice!

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The old bench was a table top clamped to saw horses.

 

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That has to go.

 

New bench is only 20 inches deep and 6 feet wide so I had to screw it to the wall.

 

Under discussion

 

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Top on it

 

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I need to place stuff so and see where it fits before screwing anything down. I also think there's a progressive on the horizon so I don't want to make anything too permanent.

 

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Oh that's so very nice.

 

One day I may take pics of my current loading benches.

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This is my new reloading area for when I'm working out of town.

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I love Jagger's bench. That's cool.

 

I just gotta figure out how he did the top

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I love Jagger's bench. That's cool.

 

I just gotta figure out how he did the top

It looks like edge glued pine. If you have a decent hardwood lumber yard near by, they should be able to make one. Otherwise, you can get pre made bar tops from Menards, HD etc..

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Here is my new setup.

 

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That is nice and sanitary. You can make that work for many years. The only upgrade I would suggest would be better quality cardboard under the front!! :segrin:

 

Greg

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