I built the NRMA reloading bench some years ago, but it's gotten stuffed full of components, presses and the like. I keep my manuals in a book holder on the top of the bench's upper cabinet, but they're all different sizes and keep falling over whenever I go to get one. Since they range in sizes from Lyman's reloading handbook down to an H&K USP owners manual, they don't fit together very well in a horizontal span.
Anyone using a better method? I'd prefer to keep the books out where I can see them, rather than stuffed into some file cabinet. Thanks for any suggestions.
I keep them in a bookcase by the loading bench.
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This may be of interest to you.
Since you built your bench, you’ve probably got some extra wood laying around.
This should be a quick easy simple project.
Best wishes to you.
Link to original video: https://youtu.be/-xJIRzu5bxc
Thanks Gene, looks like a simple and effective approach.
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Thanks Gene. That looks like a great solution. The tipping over of my books drives me bat shit crazy! Those book ends will work well on my bench.
Only problem I’ve noticed is that the back end of the dividers can slide left and right which then causes the divider to no longer sit perpendicular (horizontally) to the shelf.
I have some scattered around, reloading bench & bedroom. I often look a section over before going to sleep at night, even though I’ve read it before.
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I'm the type to find a good load recipe and not vary from it. As such I only keep Lyman's 50th out in the reloading area and all other reloading books in my office. I consult them if needed. Keep the area cleaner.
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