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Has anyone built or heard of anyone building an L shaped standing desk but with one end of it setup for reloading ammo? 

I have seen pictures from internet searches but the all look like work benches. Was thinking more along the line of a decent looking desk/piece of furniture. 

Any ideas?

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Everything I build starts with a pencil & erasers. Measure the space you want to put it. Rough out what you think you want,, design wise,, with dimensions. Draw storage for reloading supplies & include if you like open shelving or doors. Maybe some drawers underneath. It doesn't have to be draftsman perfect. Just so you can get a "view" of it. Draw a side view as well.

These drawings should include pocket screws, rabbits,dados,etc.

Have fun & be creative.

I personally loved L-shaped desks they have a larger amount of leg space for stretching out or those with longer legs. The L-Shaped desk can be used in various ways, its widens up your creativity you can place the desk like a V in the room Or you can set the desk perpendicular to the wall or create a U-shaped work area or you can be used this as one of the best stand up desk.

I also really liked these L-shaped tables which have more legroom

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