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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallDodge View Post
    This was taken in early '05 right after I rebuilt it:



    It is now overflowing. I have since added a Posness Warren shotgun press and I have an RCBS rockchucker in the closet that I switch out with the RL550 on the left.
    your carpet's gotta be an IED by now

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    Serving as a LEO since 1999.
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    Nice garage! I assume living where you do, that it's heated and insulated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exkc135driver View Post
    Nice garage! I assume living where you do, that it's heated and insulated.
    Oh yea. Its part of the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo View Post
    Molon, what kind of benches are those and where did you get them?

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    Holumber. I ordered directly from them. I don't know if they are in business anymore.
    All that is necessary for trolls to flourish, is for good men to do nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exkc135driver View Post
    Molon,

    I remember awhile back that Dillon carried the Holumber benches, but they no longer do so. How do you like them?
    They're ideal for my situation. I ordered two bench tops for each bench and double stacked them for the extra weight and stiffness. The benches are sturdy.
    All that is necessary for trolls to flourish, is for good men to do nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon View Post
    Holumber. I ordered directly from them. I don't know if they are in business anymore.
    I did not have any luck finding them..

    Thanks anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallDodge View Post
    I should take a recent picture of mine, like I said it is starting to overflow. The good thing is that my man cave will be increasing by over 1700 square feet by the end of the year.
    1700 square feet?
    That's the size of a small house!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallDodge View Post
    The good thing is that my man cave will be increasing by over 1700 square feet by the end of the year.
    1700 square feet, around here that would be considered "Kicking the Wife Out".

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    Gramps,

    I really like your sig line:

    Enjoy the little things in life,
    because someday you will realize,
    they were the big things.


    I passed it on to my son.

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