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Old December 10, 2012, 09:46 PM   #10
tkglazie
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One thing that you can consider is using a standalone press stand. When I started reloading I didnt have a bench, so I got a Lee Press Stand. The 3 legged ones are incredibly rugged.


I do have a bench now, but instead of moving the press onto it, I positioned the press stand in the corner with a bench on one side and a trunk full of supplies and some of my tool boxes on the other side. When I am seated at the press I can basically sit "around" the press the way I have become accustomed to, while maintaining access to a work surface and supplies.

Definitely not everyone's cup of tea, but something to consider. It is a great way to keep your work surfaces clear for other large projects.
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