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Old November 6, 2011, 04:22 PM   #21
BDS-THR
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Join Date: June 12, 2010
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You are the king of your castle. You do not need to store your reloading components and reload at the same location. And you certainly should not suffer in the heat/cold/humidity/dust/loneliness when you are paying for the housing.

I have a bench in the garage that I primarily use for "dirty" case sorting and tumbling.

I have my component storage in another designated "secure" closet.

Then there's the reloading bench that I roll anywhere in the house because the nice queen of the house feels that I should be comfortable and be close to her when pursuing one of my favorite hobbies.

Yes, I do have a young daughter who now helps me sort and resize my cases that we call "resistance exercise/strength training".
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