I made this reloading bench after acquiring
an old portable work bench known as the Black & Decker "Work Mate". All I needed to do is add a scrap piece of counter
top material to replace the worn out top and now it's as good as new. I use an RCBS Rockchucker press and a Redding
powder measure on this bench. As for powder scales, I avoid the wind when using this at the range by using a Dillon
digital scale in the back of my Jeep.
Using this bench at the range, I can discover more handloading information in a single day, than I used to
get in two months. The cost of this bench was almost nothing and this is a very solid reloading bench.
It folds up in a hurry, it's lightweight and easy to transport. If you decide to make a bench like this, be sure to build a table
top that allows you to mount your press far from the front of the table (like mine) so that your bench won't tip forward when
opperating the press handle.