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The reloading room - with pics !!!

bl*cksmithden said: I'm finally getting around to organizing my reloading room into something workable, rather than the disorganized mess it turned into for a while. I just thought I'd share a couple of pics. Those plastic "shoe" boxes are from a Walmart boxing day special, and from Home Depot. Apparently they're still 99 cents each at Home Depot. They're great for keeping your brass organized. The bigger totes on the floor are full of shotgun hulls. Sorry about the quality of the pics. I have no idea where my camera is, and all I had was my wife's Iphone. http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb93/blacksmithden/photo-1.jpg http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb93/blacksmithden/photo.jpg

tr*bor2880 said: Nicely organized. Tackle box is a great idea for small parts and pieces. Might have to "steal" that idea. lol

BL*CKBRIAR said: Wish I had that much space to play with.

Pr*irieSniper said: Can we see some shots of your bench? Just wondering how many presses you're using and if you have them all permanently secured to the bench?

h*rseman2 said: Did not see the presses either. Assumed those are empty powder containers too.

J*hnn Peterson said: ;)I think organizing or reorganizing reloading rooms is an ongoing task:p. It is for me anyway. It sems like with the acquisition of every new firearm comes the restructuring task for support 'goodies'. And then, after visiting 'the kids' in your area with the traditional shopping trips to WSS, P&d and now Cabela's, any access of room I had has vanished. I employ many of the same plastic storage tray techniques you've shown as they're quick, easy and handy. This 1st shot of my room is taken from the bat wing doors that separates my den from the reloading room. http://i867.photobucket.com/albums/ab236/JRP47/Reloadingrm1.jpg The 2nd pic shows the basic of my reloading bench and shelves with primarily storage for my cast bullet supplies. http://i867.photobucket.com/albums/ab236/JRP47/Reloadingrm2.jpg The 3rd basically shows my storage and selection of jacketed bullets and on the right, shelves with reloading manuals. http://i867.photobucket.com/albums/ab236/JRP47/Reloadingrm4.jpg And the last photo shows five stacks of the trays acquired from Walmart, used for brass storage. One more similar stack to the left of my reloading bench, shown in the 1st photo. Once again, I'm running out of room:redface:. I thought with retirement, eventually would come a move to a smaller home. Seems like I need the opposite. http://i867.photobucket.com/albums/ab236/JRP47/Reloadingrm5.jpg

bl*cksmithden said: Did not see the presses either. Assumed those are empty powder containers too. The presses are all permanently mounted to my bench except my shotgun press. When I mounted them, I didn't have my ham radio setup on the bench. Now the cables and wires from it are interfering with them. My plan is to move 2 of them to the end of the bench. I just haven't got that far yet. I'll grab another picture for you guys this evening. As far as the powder containers.....yea....they're all empty...so are the primer boxes. :rolleyes: JP-That's a really nice setup. I see that you have your cast bullets in plastic containers. How do they hold up to the weight ? I've always kept mine in the metal coffee cans that are kind of hiding behind my safe in the top right of one of the pics. I'd love to put everything in the same type of container, but I was worried that eventually, the weight would destroy them.

k*egs said: Looks good. The white lid shoe boxes are the same as the ones I bought from Costco. Where did you get the clear lid ones?

mkr*inc said: After seeing these pics, I am sooooo ashamed of myself. Nice rooms guys.

J*hnn Peterson said: The presses are all permanently mounted to my bench except my shotgun press. When I mounted them, I didn't have my ham radio setup on the bench. Now the cables and wires from it are interfering with them. My plan is to move 2 of them to the end of the bench. I just haven't got that far yet. I'll grab another picture for you guys this evening. As far as the powder containers.....yea....they're all empty...so are the primer boxes. :rolleyes: JP-That's a really nice setup. I see that you have your cast bullets in plastic containers. How do they hold up to the weight ? I've always kept mine in the metal coffee cans that are kind of hiding behind my safe in the top right of one of the pics. I'd love to put everything in the same type of container, but I was worried that eventually, the weight would destroy them. So far so good;). I have roughly three sizes I picked up at a local hardware store. The reason I went with the three sizes:redface:, was to match the supplies of various calibers and weights I had on hand. I've used them for a while and haven't had any problem yet. The sizes are roughly; 6"x5"x2"deep 4"x4"x3"deep 4"x4"x2"deep. If I were to go with just one it would likely be the 4"x4"x3".

bl*cksmithden said: Looks good. The white lid shoe boxes are the same as the ones I bought from Costco. Where did you get the clear lid ones? The clear top ones I got at Home Depot.

h*nter64 said: Blacksmithden: A fellow ham radio operator, good to here. Guys on a different note I lived thru a house fire years ago and we lost most of everything. If you are like me you are constantly acquiring new equipment other than firearms and that equipment is expensive. I was just at wholesale sports visiting my nephew the other day and stopped at the bullet making supplies isle. I looked at the RCBS Pro Melt and to my horror they wanted 500.00 for it, I bought mine years ago for 125.00 and I thought that was outrageous at the time. So what I am saying is our equipment is expensive and you will remember the big stuff but the little stuff adds up also. By taking a picture of your stuff and keeping the pictures in a couple of safe places it sure helps if the unthinkable happens and you need to prove what you had. I take a pictures of my reloading stuff as well as my tools and various toys once a year on my birthday so I don't forget to . You never know.

bl*cksmithden said: Blacksmithden: A fellow ham radio operator, good to here. Guys on a different note I lived thru a house fire years ago and we lost most of everything. If you are like me you are constantly acquiring new equipment other than firearms and that equipment is expensive. I was just at wholesale sports visiting my nephew the other day and stopped at the bullet making supplies isle. I looked at the RCBS Pro Melt and to my horror they wanted 500.00 for it, I bought mine years ago for 125.00 and I thought that was outrageous at the time. So what I am saying is our equipment is expensive and you will remember the big stuff but the little stuff adds up also. By taking a picture of your stuff and keeping the pictures in a couple of safe places it sure helps if the unthinkable happens and you need to prove what you had. I take a pictures of my reloading stuff as well as my tools and various toys once a year on my birthday so I don't forget to . You never know. Excellent advice Hunter64. I keep meaning to walk through my reloading room to take a quick inventory of how much I've spent on things over the years. In reality, I'm afraid to. I know there's a pile of money tied up there, and I'm not sure I really want to know how much I've spent. There's over a grand there in just brass...forget all the other stuff. I suppose I should go through there and make a video of everything that's on the shelves at the very least. Heck...there's 5 grand in ham radio equipment in that room too if you tallied everything up.

Pr*irieSniper said: You've got a great setup. It makes me realized that you really don't need that much room. I have my bench in the garage, an unheated garage I might add. It kind of sucks in the winter, reason I put it in there was I was thinking I needed a ton of space. I might reconsider and move into my furnace room. Thanks for the pics.

*crtech said: You've got a great setup. It makes me realized that you really don't need that much room. I have my bench in the garage, an unheated garage I might add. It kind of sucks in the winter, reason I put it in there was I was thinking I needed a ton of space. I might reconsider and move into my furnace room. Thanks for the pics. promise me you won't go building walls around your furnace that gets us HVAC guys to stand on our heads to get your furnace working some day. haha ovrecf:P:2:

fl*guel said: promise me you won't go building walls around your furnace that gets us HVAC guys to stand on our heads to get your furnace working some day. haha ovrecf:P:2: I was just about to do this. I figured you only need about 2 inches or so right? :D

r*seau river rat said: just an observation here but isnt the powder supposed to be in a locked storage container? or am i wrong?

j*nanddad said: Very nice to see it all clean and organized unlike the last time I was there :) Lots of work but I bet you can find everything now quite easily.

Sk*voroda said: just an observation here but isnt the powder supposed to be in a locked storage container? or am i wrong? LOL... this is the first thing i noticed as well as boxes of primers sitting on the tabletop :HR:

*rmorman said: I'm going through a similar process right now. Just remodeling my reloading room....12' x 12'. Putting a drop ceiling in, some fluorescent fixtures, and painting the walls. Then adding some wall shelving and a 4x8 peg board on one wall. My room was such a freakin mess that I couldn't find stuff already. It's so much more enjoyable when you're not looking for stuff all the time because it's properly organized. Oh, and a reloading room wouldn't be complete with out a mini-fridge for easy access to refreshments....like water and juice...;)...AND a intercom system to the wifey in the kitchen so that she knows when it's ok to bring me my lunch or dinner....:D.

KDX said: Nice and organized. Makes me embarrassed.

KDX said: just an observation here but isnt the powder supposed to be in a locked storage container? or am i wrong? They are empty and for display purposes only.:rolleyes:

bl*cksmithden said: Primers and powder stored neatly on a shelf in a cool, dry, locked room....OH NO !!!! I guess I should expect the entire house to disappear in a giant mushroom cloud of fire and death any second now !!! :eek: :rolleyes:

J*hnn Peterson said: Primers and powder stored neatly on a shelf in a cool, dry, locked room....OH NO !!!! I guess I should expect the entire house to disappear in a giant mushroom cloud of fire and death any second now !!! :eek: :rolleyes: :p:p Mine will be next then:p:p.

JD Sp*nner said: Ever drop any primers ? That carpet looks like it would swallow a 50 cal ;) Spanner

f55 said: Blacksmithden You have more stock than the shops i go to, what are your opening time and how much do you charge for shipping?

*rmorman said: Blacksmithden You have more stock than the shops i go to, what are your opening time and how much do you charge for shipping? He's the distributor for both WSS locations in Edmonton. If he doesn't have it you don't need it....

J*hnn Peterson said: Ever drop any primers ? That carpet looks like it would swallow a 50 cal ;) Spanner Spent primers that 'pop' out while resizing, a few. New primers while seating primers, not yet. Always extra care handling primers and powders.

kj*hn said: Nice looking set-ups, there boys! Mine is still a dream, but I have lots of goodies. All my powder cans and primer boxes are "empty" too. I also collect "empty" ammo crates and boxes. :rolleyes: Some good ideas. Thanks for posting! :)

J*hnn Peterson said: Nice looking set-ups, there boys! Mine is still a dream, but I have lots of goodies. All my powder cans and primer boxes are "empty" too. I also collect "empty" ammo crates and boxes. :rolleyes: Some good ideas. Thanks for posting! :) After going through a 'couple' of reloading set-ups over the years, knowing what I know now, I have a new rule of thumb. To the best of your ability, figure out what size you need for a reloading bench and shelves or storage area, then double it:p. Before I made my present set-up, I made a pattern the size of the floor area out of cardboard and roughly drew a position/location 'map' with a felt pen in an attempt to best utilize the space I had available. At the time I figured I had lots of room and an allowance for expansion. It wasn't long before, as visable in my post #6, I was crowded and:p:redface: short of space which is where I am at present. ;)Comfortable, but crowded and I'm out of extra space.

k*mbayotch said: I use those clear bins for my brass too. Cheap and handy!

Ph*ntom Power said: Those are some enviable set ups guys. Giving me something to aspire to.

r*ttweilerboy said: Very nice to see it all clean and organized unlike the last time I was there :) Lots of work but I bet you can find everything now quite easily. I'm going to find an evening to "help?" him out with that .... when you hear him scream my name (while you are at home) you'll know I was there ;-):p:D:eek: