Loading bench challenge

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JeffinNZ posted this 28 June 2020

Anyone else have this problem?

 

Cheers from New Zealand

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sergeant69 posted this 28 June 2020

the other white meat....hint hint

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rhbrink posted this 28 June 2020

Yep! Taste just like chicken!

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ray h posted this 28 June 2020

Jeff I have one that like's to take something off the bench, that he can get into his mouth, and leave it outside my bed room door during the middle of the night.

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RicinYakima posted this 28 June 2020

Kind of like a dead mouse?

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ray h posted this 29 June 2020

Ric I don't know, I'm new to cats, always was a dog person.

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David Reiss CBA Membership Director posted this 29 June 2020

I too had been a dog person up to 2015. Since then we have acquired 5 cats. One is a real thief and likes to collect all types of things and hide them under the bed. She most likes rubber bands and my wife's jewelry. 

Them also want to sleep near me all the time, so any small place on my reloading bench is fair game. One really likes to help me set bullets into the cases before seating. It's a battle to get them all ready before she knocks them all out. But one rolling around on the bench is sometimes enough enjoyment to keep her busy while finish. 

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RicinYakima posted this 29 June 2020

I'm a dog person, too. But my teenage daughter had a cat here in the 1980's. Cat was always bringing dead mice and birds into her room.

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barra posted this 29 June 2020

No but I have that much clutter and junk on my bench I have to reload with a Lee classic loader on a besser  brick or 310 tool away from the mess.

It  all was moved for a new acquisition to the shed and then everyone else came to help me and moved more things randomly around the shed to clear more space.

For the life of me can’t find anything as I have no clue where anything is.

Your cat seems to be a roll in the park.

sigh

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Bud Hyett posted this 29 June 2020

Do not feel alone. Regardless how much space you have, you will need more. I moved from a 7" X 14' to a 10' X 16' shed and still have too much clutter.

The best move was putting magnetic strips along the wall where all tools were hung in plain view. This means casting tools behind the pots, reloading tools behind the presses, sizing dies in one drawers organizer behind the sizers, etc. the shed walls look strange, but the approach is effective.

Country boy from Illinois, living in the magical Pacific Northwest

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dale2242 posted this 03 July 2020

Yep. When dude gets into the loading room and wants attention.

Gotta watch him or he will jump upon the bench.

 

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argie1891 posted this 04 July 2020

Had one jump on the bench when casting bullets once. got lucky it just stepped on some bullets that had cooled down to the point that it just got a free education. 

if you think you have it figured out then you just dont understand

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cove posted this 5 weeks ago

Jeff: Yes, there are others that have similar problems.  I also have a photo of "Smitty" helping me with my stamps.

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