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May 26, 2015
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paul
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Recently I started my never ending battle to organize my reloading supplies and hit a snag. I’m trying to find a way to store/organize my reloading dies. Does anyone know of a company that makes a storage box meant for reloading dies( preferabley box and all) or maybe some other ideas?

May 26, 2015
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How big are you wanting to go? I keep seeing a green storage box/containers at Sportsman Warehouse and at Walmart for about $30. I would put them in the range of a foot locker or a bit bigger. They are water proof sealed tight when closed and made of the plastic/rubber cross over design. I believe they are made by Plano. I have purchased two of them and use them for a variety of storage purposes.

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May 26, 2015
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I don’t have the space for a dedicated reloading bench so my dies and everything else go into a Rubbermaid-type of container.  If you’re looking for something different, I would suggest looking at a craft supply store or the like.  They may have something that appeals to you.

May 27, 2015
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I was hoping someone knew of a dedicated box that would hold the die sets, box and all, kind of like the old cassette or 8 track boxes used to. Yeah, I know I just dated myself. I probably will wind up using a storage box or ammo can. I’ve got about a dozen die sets and while they stack pretty good I’d like to put them in one place that is portable. Like wyflguy I don’t have a dedicated space, I live in an apartment so keeping things organized is a necessity and a challenge.

June 9, 2015
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paul said
I was hoping someone knew of a dedicated box that would hold the die sets, box and all, kind of like the old cassette or 8 track boxes used to. Yeah, I know I just dated myself. I probably will wind up using a storage box or ammo can. I’ve got about a dozen die sets and while they stack pretty good I’d like to put them in one place that is portable. Like wyflguy I don’t have a dedicated space, I live in an apartment so keeping things organized is a necessity and a challenge.

This might work

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