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    Posted: February 03 2019 at 8:23pm
Well I've been gathering reloading gear for a few years here and there as the money and items were up for sale at the shows that I go to. 
So here (I hope) are a few pictures of some of it.
Here are 3 single stage presses which I use for depriming and resizing. Then I have a Lee pro 1000 for 9mm and a Lee pro 1000 for 45acp (just got those in a great deal) and then I have an old Lyman All-American 4 stage turret press. I got the Lyman All- American for free from a friend of mine, he has since passed away. The press was stripped and frozen completely. After a lot of TLC and oil and such I used it to reload some 9mm ammo, Oct 2018ish. My first reloading of anything with bullets. They worked fine. This weekend I made some blocks to fit under the presses and bolt to a 2x10 board that I put on and off a table that I share with my Wife. Takes under 5 minutes to remove and bolt on a different press or depriming station. Saved about $85.00 and I think that I have a better setup.
Pic time. 
3 single stage presses that I will use to deprime and resize. 
The Lee pro 1000 in 9mm and a few other items.

The block system that I'm going to use to change out my presses.

Another pic of the block hold down system. 
My Lyman 4 stage All-American turret press which I'll use for the Rifle reloads. 
A few of the Enfields that I'll need to reload for. Something to talk about at a later date. 
  Thanks for Looking. 
Later 42rocker
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Looking forward to many more photos! We love this stuff!
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