4 Good Reloading – Benches & Bench Accessories
Stack-On Pro Reloading Bench
67"H x 48"W x 24"D.
Wt. capacity: 500 lbs.
Wt: 83 lbs.
What's up youtube so i want to do a. Quick video and just kind of show you my. Reloading bench some of my tools. And of course had beauty right there that's my savage model 12 lp r65. Creed moor anyway just going to be a. Short video so basically i got this. Office type cabinet and you know. Countertop i actually got two of these for free and i went in and you know. Bought some brackets to kind of mount everything i got a couple brackets on each corner and got it all no level and. Got all my powder and stuff in here. We've got some extra likely it's new. Brass so i thought i wasn't too bad for. You know a little free deal little. Designator d capper little we press i. Bought from a guy i work with he was. Selling some stuff so i decided to use this as a designated d capper. So the bench works out pretty good it's you know it's pretty steady it's pretty. Heavy i haven't had any issues with it. This is my reading big boss two and got. The little spring feeling priming system. On it really nice the press itself was. And the you know the ram and all this. Kind of stuff in the spring on here was a little bit tight just use someone. Shot out of there and just kind of after. I cleaned it of course worked out pretty. Good lube it up a little bit same thing. With ali right here it was getting real. Real sticky and cranky so just lube the. Ram up with someone shot and quite as a. Lot of the mouse still got a lot of way a. Little ways to go to get this finished. But uh you know i actually like it i got. A lot of my little bit like my. Calipers and some of my little cleaning. Stuff case wax and keep all my bullets. And some you know primers and stuff like. That over here most of that stuff is for. Some five six I'm not really. Loading that right now so anyway. You guys have any suggestions or. Possible upgrade changes feel free to. Leave a comment and sorry about the. Noise that's my air conditioner so. Anyway nothing much just a basic bench i. Got some 42.7 greens ready for range. Testing my data book right here this is. What i write down everything i do any changes i make into my loads but loads. Date primers brass case length i write. Everything down that way i can go back to it and you know if it worked at work. If it didn't it didn't and this is my. Charge master light i did have to put. The straw dill in there i started having some issues with it not a lot charging. Right it was you know under or over by a. Couple of greens so i went ahead and put the straw dill in other than that it works good i highly recommend it's. Awesome other than that it's a good. Press got some prime brass and some trim. Brass I'm going to do some crank loads or just some fowler loads or you know. Whatever just a shoot there that's what i that's what i call them. What I've heard people call them as crank loads or whatever i got my little. 65 gauge just dummy round right here. Just for reference kind of got that set. You know it fits in the it's off the. Lands i think five thousandths just kind. Of gives me a basic starting point on if. I want to go into the lens or off the lands and of course match-grade dies for. 65 creed moor one of the best ones i. Could get which come with the micrometer right here and then I've got some lead eyes. For the two to three or five six in. My you know one shot of course i keep. This light handy it's a little led light. You know the kind of helped because i do. Drop you know primers and stuff on the. Floor now and then and luckily that light picks them up really well so. Anyway guys like i said a short video. I'm going to do some probably some cabinets up in this area you know. Some shells or something to kind of get. My workspace clean and more open and. There you have it. Alright guys if you liked the video or you know if you have any ideas or some. Suggestions or whatever please feel free. To comment give me a thumbs up like and subscribe and you know thanks for. Watching.
RCBS® Universal Case Loading Block
The universal case prep center from rcbs. Combines case trimming and case preparation together in one efficient. Unit the case prep center features six rotating stations for that operate at up. To 360 rpm and two that operate up to. 550 rpm the trimmer portion operates up. To 550 rpm the speed is controlled by. The variable speed knob on the side of the unit the universal prep center comes. Complete with a set of inside and outside chamber tools a set of primer pocket brushes nine pilot and an. Alignment gauge case length adjustment is controlled by moving the bogie and locking it down with these thumb screws. Fine adjustment is controlled by the micrometer. The universal case holder and spring fed. Design means that case trimming is a. Hands-free operation the fishing fee is. Gained by doing two operations at once while one case is trimming you can prep. The other case by deburring chamfering. And cleaning the primer pocket for. Left-handed use simply rotate the unit 180 degrees and mount it down the. Efficiency of the trimmer and prep center combined into one unit means that the high-volume shooter will be done in less time the universal case prep center. From our cbs. You.
Frankford Arsenal® Platinum Series Reloading Stand
Wt: 30 lbs.
Hi folks today we're going to do an unboxing and frankford arsenal reliving. Spin so let's go ahead and open this up. And see what it what all is included. Okay now we had unpacked overplayed we. Got our two side tables our major table. Our main table our legs our stand tool. It'll be loading tray hoppers another. Peace to our stand and pork out nuts and. Bolts let's see what we get if we've got everything here we need if we're going to leave some toys looks like we've got. Our tools here and so let's go ahead and. Go through the process of putting this. Think together so I'm going to cut away. Look at the instructions real quick we'll be back and start putting this thing together. You. There you go other than tightening that. Think up and making it a little bit more. Sturdy your precious gold here you have. A hole here to hold your little fans and. In your press go right here under this member middle part right here let's say. We've got tighten everything up and get back and show what we think looks fairly. Level looks like it's going to be a good. Cool tabby why it probably 25 20 to 25. Pounds i would estimate might be a. Little wider looks like the laces come right back in and you'll be able to put it in a corner. Or do whatever you want because you can take these knobs or folder you can just. Put them down but overall looks fairly. Decent looks really nice actually we'll. Have some videos reload on this thing i. Don't know that i will mount a press. Onto this would i might put a block of wood that the pressures mad at you on top of this and put it down with hold it. Down with or something else so thanks. For watching.
Hornady® Universal Load Block/One Shot™ Combo
Hornady's One Shot Case Lube with Dyna Glide Plus® is the most-popular case lube on the market. Why? It can prepare a whole block of cases in one shot. They're dry and ready to resize in minutes. It contains no petroleum, Teflon®, or other synthetic silicone, so it will not contaminate powder or primers. 5-oz. aerosol can.
The double-sided Universal Load Block keeps your cases organized and upright while you work. Holds nearly any caliber. Fits magnum-, .308- and .223-size case heads. Works with Hornady's Fast-Loader Powder Measure Stand (sold seperately).