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I have a Mec Jr 600 reloader but don't have a bench to mount it to. I have it mounted on a 5 gallon bucket but this isn't sturd

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  • rudyglove27
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    Buy a folding picnic table!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Buy a folding picnic table!

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  • rudyglove27
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    $$$

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  • Huntandtrap09
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    We have our MEC bolted to a big table in our basement in our reloading area. We have it secured with wing nuts so it can come off easily.

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  • Beekeeper
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    A 2 foot X 2 foot piece of 3/4 plywood makes a great table top set up. Center the loader's base in the middle, mark the holes, drill them through and counter sink them on the back so that screw heads don't mar your table top. For extra protection put an old towel under the rig while in use.

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  • jbonifer24
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    I've got mine mounted on a 2x3 piece of pressboard, it's easy to set up and it has lasted me a long time.

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  • jobobdogg
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    You could use a toolcart with casters on the bottom craftsmen makes a good one

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  • wally
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    You could always fabricate your own work bench out of 2x4 and plywood to meet the dimensions of your work area.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    If need be, bolt it to a short 2x12 piece of lumber and set it across a folding sawhorse. Easy to store away.

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  • Spence
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    Find an old cable spool. Maybe at your local cable company or local phone company. spence in pa.

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  • Del in KS
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    Find or buy a folding picnic table. They probably have them at Cabelas or Bass Pro. My first bench was actually an old wooden desk but that didn't fold.

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  • I have a Mec Jr 600 reloader but don't have a bench to mount it to. I have it mounted on a 5 gallon bucket but this isn't sturd

    I have a Mec Jr 600 reloader but don't have a bench to mount it to. I have it mounted on a 5 gallon bucket but this isn't sturdy. I was wondering if anyone had and suggestions for a more mobil sturdy solution.

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