Upgrade Your Firearm Workbench

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posted on November 28, 2016
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A utility box and more, Cabela’s Shooter’s/Range Case is padlock-compatible for added peace of mind. Durable polymer construction withstands hard use while remaining safe to use with cleaning chemicals. A staggered-yoke system holds a long-gun secure during routine cleaning and maintenance. There’s also a large lift-out tray included that  keeps an assortment of tools and/or shooting accessories easily accessible, orderly and protected until they’re needed. MSRP: $44.99; cabelas.com

Convenience and portability are at the heart of the Plano 4-By 3600 Stowaway Rack System in the form of four spacious stowaway boxes for storing/transporting a variety of gun parts and tools. A Duraview front panel and lid aids item location to keep rummaging to a minimum. MSRP: $49.99; planomolding.com

The sturdy reinforced walls and unique multi-purpose design of Sinclair International Uline Stackable Bullet Storage Bins make them ideal for small reloading components such as assorted projectiles. Front, back and side grips enhance purchase and interlock when stacked to prevent shifting. They are available in blue and red, and in small and large sizes. MSRP: $4.99 to $5.99; sinclairintl.com

At only 20 inches wide, the Stack-On Reloading Bench with Back Wall boasts a compact footprint along with robust 1-inch-thick work surface capable of supporting 300 pounds of loading equipment. There’s a single steel drawer capable of accommodating 25 pounds, and built-in ball-bearing glides provide smooth opening. The built-in back wall includes a shelf that will hold up to 75 pounds, and a pegboard below. MSRP: $199.95; stack-on.com

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