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Deuce Stevens SASS#55996

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Just picked this up at Sams club NEW RELOADING BENCH . If you are looking for a very sturdy bench this is it. Over 1" thick maple top,leveling feet. I won't reload sitting down so the height is perfect for me as well.

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How much ?

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:FlagAm: Bought one several years ago and am very pleased with it. I bolted my lee press to a 2X10 about 12 inches long and then clamp the board to the bench. Could not bear to drill holes in that beautiful top. Also lets me move reloading gear easily so I can use bench for other work. :FlagAm:
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I got mine two years ago from Sam's club and friend of mine got two of those. It's a great work bench it is very strong. Only $199. But did you see the other small work bench on wheels with draws and fits under this table to put supplies?

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Meh, we went a different route.

 

8' of counter top with a 5' Sink section and an 18" section. That gives me room to pull my stool under the work/cleaning area while still giving room for the presses (since this picture was taken I've mounted a Square Deal B next to the 550).

 

 

http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk200/Rolan_Kraps/ManCave001.jpg

http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk200/Rolan_Kraps/ManCave003.jpg

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Howdy, Deuce -

 

Since - unlike you - I prefer to sit down while I'm reloading, is there any way the legs can be cut down without compromising the integrity of the bench?

 

It does look like a solid bench and a good value for the money.

 

Regards, TJH

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Howdy, Deuce -

 

Since - unlike you - I prefer to sit down while I'm reloading, is there any way the legs can be cut down without compromising the integrity of the bench?

 

It does look like a solid bench and a good value for the money.

 

Regards, TJH

 

The working surface on mine measures 37.5" tall. The leveling feet are tapped into teh bottom of the legs so I don't think there is a easy way to modify it to a lower working surface. But there are lots of good looking phenumatic stools with backs that would work well with this bench.

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yep, It is what my reloader is mounted on.

 

Bolted it to the wall and it ain't goin nowhere.

 

 

Waimea

 

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