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Re: Benches!

Postby The Duck Hammer » Mon May 13, 2013 9:30 pm

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3legged_lab wrote:That bench top has a beautiful grain


Lucked into a piece of birch ply with funky grain at homo-d in the sale bin. It's just 3/4 birch ply glued & screwed onto 3 other 3/4" pieces of regular ply resting on. 2x6 frame thats lag bolted to the wall. You could park a truck on it, though.

Looks damn good no matter what it is. Never would have guessed that was plywood and 2x6's.
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Re: Benches!

Postby cannon » Mon May 13, 2013 9:41 pm

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3legged_lab wrote:That bench top has a beautiful grain


Lucked into a piece of birch ply with funky grain at homo-d in the sale bin. It's just 3/4 birch ply glued & screwed onto 3 other 3/4" pieces of regular ply resting on. 2x6 frame thats lag bolted to the wall. You could park a truck on it, though.

Looks damn good no matter what it is. Never would have guessed that was plywood and 2x6's.


Thank you, sir. You can hide a lot of cheapness with gel stain & minwax spar urethane.


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Re: Benches!

Postby Flightstopper » Mon May 27, 2013 6:44 pm

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Re: Benches!

Postby Flightstopper » Fri Sep 20, 2013 6:23 pm

Finally got around to putting some buckets and shelves up. A little organization is very nice.

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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:01 pm

huntfishnv wrote:Lets see those reloading benches, I need some inspiration.


If I put a picture up, the government will be after my ass.
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Re: Benches!

Postby jehler » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:21 pm

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huntfishnv wrote:Lets see those reloading benches, I need some inspiration.


If I put a picture up, the government will be after my ass.
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:32 pm

I can have a picture up later when the battery is done charging. Lets just say it needs some "organization".
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Re: Benches!

Postby The Duck Hammer » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:35 pm

R. Chapman wrote:I can have a picture up later when the battery is done charging. Lets just say it needs some "organization".


Im pretty sure that organization isn't illegal.
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:44 pm

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R. Chapman wrote:I can have a picture up later when the battery is done charging. Lets just say it needs some "organization".


Im pretty sure that organization isn't illegal.


And I still need to find the time to clean it up.
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:41 pm

huntfishnv wrote:Lets see those reloading benches, I need some inspiration.


This is a reloading room from hell. I hope this isn't a glimpse of inspiration, :lol: !

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Re: Benches!

Postby NuffDaddy » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:00 pm

That's not far off from what mine looked like a few months ago.
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All cleaned up now though.
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Re: Benches!

Postby jehler » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:05 pm

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Re: Benches!

Postby The Duck Hammer » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:06 pm

WTF! Fire hazard.


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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:11 pm

Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can't see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:13 pm

R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can't see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'
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Re: Benches!

Postby The Duck Hammer » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:14 pm

R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:16 pm

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R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.


Well the only thing that would burn to the ground if that thing caught on fire is the shed...
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Re: Benches!

Postby NuffDaddy » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:16 pm

The Duck Hammer wrote:
R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.

I have 10lbs of powder right next to a box of 1000primers with cardboard piled around. Probably not the best idea. Maybe I'll move the powder down into the gun safe.
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Re: Benches!

Postby The Duck Hammer » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:18 pm

R. Chapman wrote:
The Duck Hammer wrote:
R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.


Well the only thing that would burn to the ground if that thing caught on fire is the shed...


I have seen worse. I know of a house that has 20+ propane tanks in the basement.


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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:20 pm

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R. Chapman wrote:
The Duck Hammer wrote:
R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.


Well the only thing that would burn to the ground if that thing caught on fire is the shed...


I have seen worse. I know of a house that has 20+ propane tanks in the basement.


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Re: Benches!

Postby The Duck Hammer » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:22 pm

Holy Shit! :shock:
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Re: Benches!

Postby jehler » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:24 pm

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R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.

I have 10lbs of powder right next to a box of 1000primers with cardboard piled around. Probably not the best idea. Maybe I'll move the powder down into the gun safe.
NO! Powder out in the open in a fire will just burn off fast, in a safe it becomes a bomb if it gets hot.
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Re: Benches!

Postby Flightstopper » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:26 pm

jehler wrote:
NuffDaddy wrote:
The Duck Hammer wrote:
R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.

I have 10lbs of powder right next to a box of 1000primers with cardboard piled around. Probably not the best idea. Maybe I'll move the powder down into the gun safe.
NO! Powder out in the open in a fire will just burn off fast, in a safe it becomes a bomb if it gets hot.


No shit, with all your guns.
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:26 pm

And now I have to run as Feds are on my ass, see you fellas later.
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Re: Benches!

Postby NuffDaddy » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:31 pm

Flightstopper wrote:
jehler wrote:
NuffDaddy wrote:
The Duck Hammer wrote:
R. Chapman wrote:Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.

I have 10lbs of powder right next to a box of 1000primers with cardboard piled around. Probably not the best idea. Maybe I'll move the powder down into the gun safe.
NO! Powder out in the open in a fire will just burn off fast, in a safe it becomes a bomb if it gets hot.


No shit, with all your guns.

It's supposed to be fireproof, but you got a point. Still gonna move the extra out of my room though.
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Re: Benches!

Postby Flightstopper » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:40 pm

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jehler wrote:
NuffDaddy wrote:
The Duck Hammer wrote:[quote="R. Chapman"]Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.

I have 10lbs of powder right next to a box of 1000primers with cardboard piled around. Probably not the best idea. Maybe I'll move the powder down into the gun safe.
NO! Powder out in the open in a fire will just burn off fast, in a safe it becomes a bomb if it gets hot.


No shit, with all your guns.

It's supposed to be fireproof, but you got a point. Still gonna move the extra out of my room though.[/quote]

From fires in the outside. There is still plenty of O2 in the safe for a boom.
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Re: Benches!

Postby jehler » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:51 pm

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NuffDaddy wrote:[quote="The Duck Hammer"][quote="R. Chapman"]Not a damn fire hazard to be found, you can see the closet in the pic but I keep all the primers in there and powder as you can see out in the open. Yeah it's pretty bad and considering the room is only 10'x8'


If I was a fireman in your area I'd let your house burn to the ground. No way I'd go into that.

I have 10lbs of powder right next to a box of 1000primers with cardboard piled around. Probably not the best idea. Maybe I'll move the powder down into the gun safe.
NO! Powder out in the open in a fire will just burn off fast, in a safe it becomes a bomb if it gets hot.


No shit, with all your guns.

It's supposed to be fireproof, but you got a point. Still gonna move the extra out of my room though.[/quote]

From fires in the outside. There is still plenty of O2 in the safe for a boom.[/quote]powder provides its own o2, it depends on if the safe got hit enough, don't risk it. They make powder cabinets that are made to vent off I'm the event of a fire, that's what you se powder in at most sporting good stores
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Re: Benches!

Postby RonE » Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:28 pm

R. Chapman wrote:
huntfishnv wrote:Lets see those reloading benches, I need some inspiration.


This is a reloading room from hell. I hope this isn't a glimpse of inspiration, :lol: !

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Why don't we see a Ponsness-Warren shotshell reloader in the picture? Thought you busted lots of clays?
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Re: Benches!

Postby R. Chapman » Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:49 pm

RonE wrote:
R. Chapman wrote:
huntfishnv wrote:Lets see those reloading benches, I need some inspiration.


This is a reloading room from hell. I hope this isn't a glimpse of inspiration, :lol: !

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Why don't we see a Ponsness-Warren shotshell reloader in the picture? Thought you busted lots of clays?


Ain't got time to set one of the damn things up! Le ol' MEC Sizemaster does just fine.
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Re: Benches!

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