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Old May 19, 2002, 01:04 PM   #1
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anyone load at the reange?

If so, how about some pics of your setup? I want to have a setup that will sit in the back of my truck (it has a shell) that will be in out of the wind. Something on the lines of a router table but heavier. The press will only be used to seat the bullets. All brass prep will have already been done. How 'bout it guys? Thanks, Keith
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Old May 19, 2002, 01:46 PM   #2
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Used to use a setup that mounted in the hitch receiver of my truck. Made it. High enough so that sitting in a chair was comfortable.

Sam
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Old May 19, 2002, 03:42 PM   #3
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I load right at the bench when developing loads, and in the back of my pickup when on the Annual Pulchritudinous Prairie Poodle Poppin and Production of Plausable Palaver Pilgrimaged.

At the range I have a small cardboard box with a hole cut in the side just big enough for my hand to get through. Over the top I use clear piece of plexiglass, which keeps my powder scale safely out of the wind.

Best wishes. Shoney
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Old May 19, 2002, 04:20 PM   #4
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"Annual Pulchritudinous Prairie Poodle Poppin and Production of Plausable Palaver Pilgrimaged"
Dang Shoney, try to say that 5 times real fast!
Thanks for all of the replies, Keith
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