My Man cave.

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Pigslayer posted this 31 March 2018

Well, this is my man-cave (or one end of it). It isn't the Hilton but it's where I hide from the "Natives".

If someone else had of done to me what I did to myself . . . I'd have killed him. Humility is an asset. Heh - heh.

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Pigslayer posted this 31 March 2018

If someone else had of done to me what I did to myself . . . I'd have killed him. Humility is an asset. Heh - heh.

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Pigslayer posted this 31 March 2018

This is on the opposite side. 

If someone else had of done to me what I did to myself . . . I'd have killed him. Humility is an asset. Heh - heh.

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RicinYakima posted this 01 April 2018

Here is my inside reloading area, small child's school desk with shelf and tool box. I used a 1" plate and then drilled it for all the tools that I use. All lead work is done outside in an unheated shop with big door and ventilation.

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Pigslayer posted this 01 April 2018

Here is my inside reloading area, small child's school desk with shelf and tool box. I used a 1" plate and then drilled it for all the tools that I use. All lead work is done outside in an unheated shop with big door and ventilation.

Nice little setup for inside the house. I'm trying to think of what brand press that is but just can't remember. Those wouldn't be .444 Marlin cases sitting there would they? 

-Pat

If someone else had of done to me what I did to myself . . . I'd have killed him. Humility is an asset. Heh - heh.

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rmrix posted this 01 April 2018

Looks like an Answorth or Denver scale there  Model404?

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RicinYakima posted this 01 April 2018

Picture is a couple, well maybe ten, years old. The press is a 1950's Redding that works with the handle swinging over the top. I have a bad elbow and down under top arms are unusable for me. Cases are 30 Krag made into 40/50 Sharps Straight. Good eye rmrix! That is a 1990's Midway made by Denver. To the right is this TV console converted into storage and reloading books in cases.

 

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RicinYakima posted this 01 April 2018

For some reason, all pictures taken with my IPhone are turned 90 degrees to the right, even thought they have be corrected and stored in the right orientation. ????

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Pigslayer posted this 02 April 2018

For some reason, all pictures taken with my IPhone are turned 90 degrees to the right, even thought they have be corrected and stored in the right orientation. ????

I usually dump my pics from my Smart Phone onto my computer & then orient them. I don't think I ever tried to rotate them on my phone. I'll have to check it out.

-Pat

 

If someone else had of done to me what I did to myself . . . I'd have killed him. Humility is an asset. Heh - heh.

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RicinYakima posted this 02 April 2018

Pat, that is what I did, but it keeps orienting them the way they were on the IPhone 5 on this website. None of the other websites have that problem. Ric.

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gmcswret posted this 04 April 2018

Looks like my area except you are organized. Quite a collection

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BigMan54 posted this 05 April 2018

Pigslayer,

Where did you get that spiffy handle on your LYMAN Lube-Sizer?  Mine has an old red bicycle grip.

Long time Caster/Reloader, Getting back into it after almost 10yrs. Life Member NRA 40+yrs, Life S.A.S.S. #375. Does this mean a description of me as a fumble-fingered knuckle-draggin' baboon. I also drool in my sleep. I firmly believe that true happiness is a warm gun. Did I mention how much I HATE auto-correct on this blasted tablet.

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Pigslayer posted this 05 April 2018

I had a handle like yours but it broke. Lyman makes a retrofit handle kit to replace the old ones. It wasn't all that expensive as I remember. About $20.00 + shipping. You'll have to call Lyman customer service & they'll help you.

 

 

If someone else had of done to me what I did to myself . . . I'd have killed him. Humility is an asset. Heh - heh.

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OU812 posted this 05 April 2018

I rotated image by editing in Windows Paint.

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RicinYakima posted this 05 April 2018

Thanks!

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OU812 posted this 05 April 2018

Download your pictures to computer. Once you figure out how to open picture in the paint section, you can do endless editing such as writing on picture, making smaller or larger etc.

While viewing pictures on my computer (Windows 10?) there are three dots at top of page. I click on these ...and it will ask me to open with...click on paint.

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OU812 posted this 05 April 2018

Ricin, A good mentor would replace all those books in just a couple of hours. Be sure to take notes when you find one. I am still looking...

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OU812 posted this 05 April 2018

Here's mine as is.

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MarkinEllensburg posted this 07 April 2018

Here is mine. The pics are old. It is not as neat.

My slide out trays are more refined and have held up fine for years. I am soon to be rebuilding the base cabinets, after 24 years it is time. I'll be expanding the upper with dedicated die box storage. My scale shelf doesn't get used since I've inherited an electronic scale. It still works for my Lyman powder measures.

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Above is a side view of the insert.

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