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JJH
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So my wife and I are in the process of buying our first house and I will actually have my own room for reloading. As of now I have a small bench that is in the garage that doubles as reloading and gunwork ect. Now with the new house I will have about a 15x8 room to work with. There is a centered window on one wall and other than that it is sheetrocked, but unfinished. I will have unlimited options available for storage and benchtop, and am looking for input and or pics to what others have, to get fresh ideas on how I should do my storage.

I am considering putting in some cabinets, but would rather have open access to everything. We have no kids so I don't have to worry about keeping things sealed off. What do ya'll think? What do you have, what would you change?
Hammerhead
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There was this very topic on benchrest.com just a couple of weeks ago.
I don't know who the room belonged to but the place was a dream for a gun nut.
Check there, or if you send me your email address I can send the pics to you.

Tim
RemVS308
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http://benchrest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=63903
Hammerhead
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Yep, that is the one. "The man cave" is the one I am referring to.
What a great setup.

Tim
JJH
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Wow, what a setup. I don't think mine will be that nice any time soon, but its something to shoot for. I'm thinking about cabinets on top with lighting inderneath (because you can never have too much lighting). Haven't decided on how exactly i'm going to do it. I will probably try to find a set of kitchen cabinets from a remodeler maybe? Use them and go from there. I think I will end up having a mix of open and closed spaces.
Bob3700
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Man, that set-up is way too neat for me. My lathe would throw chips all over that carpet and make a real mess. I am way too lazy/sloppy for something that nice.

Give me a concrete floor and room for a lathe and mill, I will be happy.

Bob
gunamonth
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If you get serious and have deep pockets:



Load development without going outside:



Jeep to hang targets:



Chronograph and wing flags:



And the view's not bad:

Hammerhead
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Very nice gunamonth.
Do much reloading? (lol)

Your right about the view. Is that Montana?

Tim
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