I snagged a B&D Workmate this week and now I want to build another reloading bench for the range. I had one set up nicely and loaned it out to a friend of a friend. And of course..it disappeared along with the friend of the friend. Moved right out of town. This was 4 yrs ago and I miss being able to reload at the range. Zo....its time to build another one.
If you happen to stumble across an old beater press, standard 7/8 die size that uses removable shell holders..Pacific/Herters/RCBS/Lyman/C&H/etc etc etc...turret or just a regular one...drop me a message. Oh..Id just as soon not swap for a Lee press. Simply too light duty for my needs.
Ill pay UP to $40 for a beater press, plus actual shipping. That being said...Cash is dear this days..so Id prefer to trade it for machining bits and pieces, but can maybe come up with cash. Ill darned well make sure you get more value in machining Stuff than the reloading gear is worth.
Also looking for a decent reloading type scale and a usable powder measure. Ohaus, Lyman, RCBS etc etc
This will be used vitually exclusivly for rifle reloading, so Im not looking for an old True-line etc etc. Dont have dies for that beasty...though they are nice for pistol and small rifle cartridges.
So dig around your extras, blow the dust off it and figure out what you want for your Stuff. I dont care if its rusty or the paint is gone, as long as it moves and its not distorted. Id even pay for a cracked press..I can weld..but..it has to be cheap if Im gonna weld it....cast iron, steel, aluminum..its all good.
Im handy enough to fix stuff.
And no..Im not looking to spend a heap of money setting a portable reloading bench up. If I was, Id buy the over priced stuff on Ebay.
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