Homemade reloading press mounting block system for an easy, hot swap setup

In this video, I share my development of a simple press mounting system that can be easily and completely removed from the bench and swapped with other items. This could make your reloading work space more versatile.

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Mike Treen
Mike Treen

I was wondering about doing this same thing. Now, thanks to this video, I know that it’s possible. Thank you!

jeff
jeff

Nice video, thanks for sharing.

CharlieBrassStuffer
CharlieBrassStuffer

Oh how I wish that all my neighbors were gearheads, welders and sawdust makers like you and myself….”What a wonderful world — it would be…”
Great bunch of equipment with the personal touches all around…the ‘shop’…a place to go to regain your sanity!

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Uncle Jim
Uncle Jim

The powder stands are neat. What is the black tape on the light switch for. ?

GunFun ZS
GunFun ZS

That looks remarkably similar to mine. T-Nuts in a repeating 8″ sqare pattern across the whole bench, 2×12 cut into squares with matching hole patterns. Presses and vices get mounted onto the 2×12 plates and bolt down quick with 3/8-16 bolts.

The Range Squirrel
The Range Squirrel

I like it. Like you, my bench sees a lot of different uses besides reloading. Being able to clear the bench to have room to disassemble a long gun without having to place parts here and there would be a blessing. So let me feed you an idea with you that you may be able to incorporate with your powder stand product. I eventually want to have an out building for my reloading (and future casting?) activities. I envision a hefty bench somewhat similar to what you have, maybe a birch/maple plywood top, but I’m thinking of mounting a trailer… Read more »