Reload Anywhere with the C4m3ron

Very awkward and pseudo-millenial-marketing name aside, theC4m3ron (hereafter “Cameron”) is a unique portable reloading bench that aims to make reloading in small spaces, or in a social setting easier. The history or “story” behind the Cameron is unique, especially considering its genesis is a from a true-blooded American immigrant who picked up reloading as a hobby and later passion.


And details on how it works attached to various reloading systems is outlined below.


Benches are available now, available in black ($149), camo, pink camo (both $199), and baltic birch ($99).  

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • Fred Johnson

    Password style names? I guess that is better than calling it an iLoad.


      iload, LOL. I actually think its a better name.

      • MR

        Reminds me of “MAC 10 – The operating system that’s going to blow windows away!”

  • Geo

    Second video, going to load 40 mm on this with a RCBS press? Good luck
    Think I’ll use my old portable metal post and base set-up with multiple tops for different presses and powder throwers.

    • BS

      I’d love to see some 40mm rounds reloaded. MAKE IT RAIN!

  • Max

    Reloading in a “social setting” can be dangerous.

    social setting

    • jefftk

      Yeah…. in that first video – a bunch of people standing around grilling while reloading??? Are you serious?

      • David P.

        I usually have the 8 lbs keg out by my grill anyways, you know just in case I am out of starter fluid. Lol.
        I was wanting something to pack out to the range that way I can dial in a load preference but it is too simple of an idea to buy. Once one of these is seen in public there will be 33 YouTube videos on how to make one and make it better for about $22.

  • Citizen Salty

    Finally, something that fits in my cramped off campus apartment that meets my budget for shooting! I’ve wanted to reload for a long time, maybe now is the time to do it.

  • DonDrapersAcidTrip

    pretty sure when back people were actually seriously using numbers for letters in words most millenials were like 7 years old at most

    • MANG

      I assumed these guys were just Cam’ron/Dipset fans.

    • Grindstone50k

      Don’t you remember 1337 sp34k?

      • DonDrapersAcidTrip

        that’s what I’m saying, that was a lifetime ago in internet time and it wasn’t millenials doing it.

  • KestrelBike

    LOL love the priorities of that logo/picture. “Well, I live in a 177sqft shack that’s just a bit over half the size of a freight shipping container, but at least I can reload ammo!”

    • Jacqueshacques

      Less money for rent is more money for ammo. Factor in that there’s very little dead airspace to heat and I bet you save a bunch on energy in the winter, too. I could go on about “how much space do you really need?” but instead I’ll just say that it doesn’t matter how little your place is when you spend most of your time in the outdoors!

    • Grindstone50k

      It looks like a college dorm or housing for unaccompanied enlisted personnel. I had about as much space (but shared the bathroom and kitchenette) when I was in.

  • anon

    I used a wooden bar stool with a .50 cal ammo can full of all of my 9mm and .45 ammo to weigh it down when i was in college and lived in a small 1 bedroom apartment with my girlfriend. It worked great, and only took up about 2 square feet of space.

    While doing college and only working part time, my ammo budget was very very small, so being able to reload a box of 50 9×19 for $8 (2011 prices) was a big deal, and allowed me to actually shoot more than once per month.

    This seems like a more refined solution, and had it existed back then, i would have for sure bought one.

    The name is horrible though. Like really really bad.

  • HH

    I think they have a very small target market but I do hope they sell a ton of them and are successful. For myself…well my Dillon 650 and all its related crap doesnt take up an unreasonable amount of room…but even if it were tiny I still dont really see myself hauling the supplies and crap out to a BBQ party or to a hunting camp or anywhere else. When I reload I like to be in the zone and uninterrupted. Music is fine but no party atmosphere or whatnot. call me old fashioned.

  • Cal S.

    What’s next, Muddy Girl? Pretty awesome, though. Might make it possible for my apartment…

  • Swarf

    That’s… quite the price spread for a paint job.

  • Squirreltakular

    Yeah, I’ll buy one.

  • Grindstone50k

    Wow, I actually need something like this. I don’t have the space for a full workshop at my current house and have been putting off getting into reloading solely for that reason alone. This would really be a huge help.

    • Dan

      I’ve been dodging the having kids discussion so my reloading/gun/freedom/murica man cave remains just that.

  • Swarf

    How much for just the plate?

    I can make my own box.

    • David P.

      Seriously? You can make the box but you are going to have trouble drilling a couple holes in a piece of metal. When I was watching the video I was thinking it would be much simpler to have a metal plate with the bolts already in or have the holes drilled and just stick the bolts up through the bottom for each press you have. Go back and look at the video again. Most of time for the change over was taking the studs out to move them to bolt the whole thing back down. No disrespect was meant but if you can make the box I have faith you can make a plate to get the job done too.

      • Swarf

        You’re right, of course, I could easily drill out a plate to match my press, but I was thinking the modularity might be nice.

        But on the other hand, I do only have the one press…

  • Great idea, but the name is brutal for word of mouth marketing:

    “Hey man, great reloading bench, who makes it?”

    “Oh it’s this company called C four M three ron.”

  • That guy

    Do people really want to reload in their living space where toxic handoff may occur? The garage workshop or dedicated reloading room is a good idea for maintaining safe hygiene.

  • Cameron Bissell


  • Giolli Joker

    Am I the only one seeing rimmed shells (.38? .357?) falling on the ground like shot from a semi-auto?
    (If they had a Coonan or a Desert Eagle, it is surprising they didn’t feature it in the video).
    Interesting product.

    • Doom

      Could have been a lever action too maybe? or even one of those old ruger semi auto .44 mag rifles.

      • Giolli Joker

        You’re right, there are plenty more options than the one I mentioned, it’s just that they were mainly showing pistols.

  • Wolfgar

    I sometimes work out of town and live in a camper in some of the most remote places in Montana and Idaho. This is going to make my evenings more productive LOL. This is what I have been searching for and will make me one happy camper.

  • Goody

    I use Wilson dies & seaters. With a plastic mallet tap case into neck die to size, tap out primer & shell separately. Then hand-prime, weigh and add powder, then seat with the micrometer seater. I use elbow grease to seat now, but will later get an arbor press.

    That’s about as precise a round as you can make and the whole rig stores on an old wooden chopping board.

  • keepitright

    This looks like a neat setup, but not groundbreaking. Lee has been making a portable reloading stand for years now. I know many who have built their own. I built my own larger permanent bench because I like to be focused when reloading (as others have stated).

    I do like this product and wish them great success. The name, theC4m3ron though? REALLY?! I love my offspring as much as anyone, but come on…
    At least spell it with letters so people can find you.