Well, I've been using the little handheld Lee loaders for my rifle ammo for some time, but I finally wanted to get some real hardware. I received my late grandfathers RCBS Jr. 2 press a month back, and decided it was time for a reloading bench to sit in my room. Last week, I went to a second-hand furniture store, and looked around for a small table that I could use. I didn't find anything, and managed to find the manager. He told me that there were some table tops on one side of the showroom, so we went and looked. I found what I wanted, and asked what he wanted for it. He told me to take it out the back so his receptionist wouldn't hassle me. Score! One of my friends came over that was interested in reloading, and told me he had some posts in his garage that were not getting used for anything, and he would gladly cut me some legs for the bench. Score again! Well, I needed some hardware to put it all together, and luckily he had a lot of high-quality decking screws, so all I needed was some angle brackets of various types. A trip to Home Depot, and $15.60 later, I had everything I needed to put this bad-boy together. It's homely, but it is solid as a rock. I also put a small vise on there, just for those little odd jobs that need three hands. Here are a few pictures of the finished product. While this last picture doesn't have much to do with my reloading setup, I finally put this poster up after getting it a few months ago.