In this video we upgrade our reloading press with the InLine Fabrication side bin system for the Forster Co-Ax. I show a quick overview of the updates to my reloading bench using InLine Fabrication mounts.
After years of using an old Black & Decker 425 Workmate as a steel frame for a 1 1/2 inch thick plywood top (two 3/4 pieces glued and screwed together) for my portable reloading bench, I decided it was time to build a new one. While the 425 model does a fine job supporting my […]
Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-EZ Impact Bullet Puller
Where you store and use your reloading equipment can be just as important as how you use it. A neat and tidy work area not only increases productivity, but eliminates a lot of the distractions that can lead to costly mistakes. Recently I decided it was time to clean up my act, and build some proper shelving for my bench, which was becoming a real pigsty. Fortunately, one of my best friends is a master handyman, so when I told him what I was preparing to do, he generously suggested I buy the materials, give him the designs I'd made-- and then just stay out of his way. If there's one thing life has taught me one painful lesson after another, it's that I have no business doing carpentry, so I was happy to comply. As you'll see in the video, the end result of that self-realization was a complete set of expertly-built shelving that perfectly fit my needs.
An overview of my new reloading tool! I often overlook upgrading gear for reloading and spend more on components like bullets or powder. This is a very welcome addition to my lineup and should greatly speed up my priming process while lowering contamination risk of the primers themselves. This kit seems great and so far I’m impressed with the Frankford Arsenal hand primer platinum kit. She’ll holders included is a great touch and makes priming almost any cartridge you have easy right out of the box. The adjustable primer seating depth is a great feature and something I plan to utilize when operating the hand primer.
If your space is limited and you would like to use more reloading tools than the T-Track system gives you the flexibility to do so. You can swap out different tools and put them in a position you need them without permanent changes at your workbench. In my latest video I show you the T-Track […]
Interesting find in the mix
224 Valkyrie 88g ELD Results! H4350 vs RL17
Thanks to Nathan at The Reloading Press, I took up the courage from watching his accomplishment and made a solid bench out of nothing but 2x4 pine wood.... A total of 46 to be exact. Not a cheap project but still cheaper than buying one of lesser, well strength. And thanks to Fuzztfork8 he once again encourage my lead side.
Here, I “show off” my personal reloading bench. It’s a simple table that was in a completely useless breakfast nook when we bought the Brick Pile. The table remains but the nook is part of the Kitchen today. The rear of the table is attached to the wall with “L” brackets and there is a […]
Make shift bench for small places--old type reloading tools
Here I take you through my full process for brass prep. Very similar to other rifle cartridges so if you’re familiar with Reloading you will be throwing powder and seating bullets in no time. I take some time to explain Reloading techniques and why I do each process and how it improves the final product. […]
Going over what I have to get started Reloading the 224 Valkyrie. Specific tools for the round and specific components like sleek 22 cal bullets. I cover details of making my own trimming gage. Experimental powders to try. A discussion about brass quality. My Upper is made in the U.S. it is a bolt-action AR-15 Upper […]
In this video we recap the progress on the reloading room. Thank you to all those that have hung in there on this series.
Some reloading things I do to speed things up
In this video we pour the Famowood Glaze Coat epoxy coating on our bench top. Things go a little sideways, as typical, but we right the ship and come out with a great product.
Thank you for joining us here on The Reloaders Network. I'm sure glad you made it and good luck to those of you that came over to register for The Inline Fabrication T-Shirt giveaway. In this video we assemble the inline fabrication products we unboxed in the previous video. In addition we are doing a t-shirt/ hat giveaway from inline fabrication. If you are want to enter the giveaway comment on this video giving me your screen name and which item you would prefer and what size if applicable.
In this video we unbox an inline fabrication ultramount junior quick change and dedicated press mount as well as inline fabrications flush mount. Shipping only took three days and everything was exquisitely packed and protected. This video will be followed up with an assembly and giveaway announcement video. Thank you for watching.
Reloading Bench Project
In this bonus video we apply the decal from Webb Graphix and Lettering to the stand up bench.
In this video we put the bench together and get a good look at what the future holds
I really wanted my reloading presses to sit a few inches higher. They are far more comfortable to use now.
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.
Initial post on The Reloaders Network, and a reloading bench update.