I guess that I am a little more than curious about what other reloaders have in the way of dedicated space for reloading, equipment etc. What works great, works ok, and just doesn’t cut it. I know that when I started out years ago that I had a single stage RCBS press screwed to a chunk of plywood that I would “C” clamp to the kitchen table and reload in the tiny apartment my new wife and I shared. Many years have passed since those humble beginnings and I now have basically ¼ of the two car (realistically 1 ½ car garage) garage dedicated to reloading and other firearm related stuff. With three presses, two lubrisizers, two casting pots, two beam scales, two electric scales, a half dozen powder measures, three case trimmers, several tricklers and about 20 dies. The other ancillary equipment is far to extensive to list and I am sure similar to what many of you have. I am not trying to brag about what I have, although I am proud of my set-up and the generous amount of time my wife tolerates me spending out there. But I am always thinking ahead to that “dream house” that remains a few years out of reach, and what my future “dream” reloading area will eventually look like, so am naturally looking for good ideas to incorporate into the “grand plan”.
So I guess what the question should be is: what do you have? And what WOULD you have if you could? In regards to equipment and space / accommodations.
Bring it on..........lets hear it.