Stack-On Offers a New Reloading Bench

stack-on bench

In the firearms community, most people probably know Stack-On as a company that low-cost lock boxes and metal storage cabinets. For many people where dollars are scarce, Stack-On offers a reasonable way to secure your guns without breaking the bank.

For 2017, the company is offering a new reloading bench that aims to provide a good quality work area without the need to dip into the retirement account.

The Adjustable Height Pro Reloading Bench has room for a press or two plus a fair amount of supplies and related tools. As the name suggests, the bench can be adjusted from a height of 29″ to 41″. This makes it easy to set up to the correct height for people of all sizes whether they are standing or sitting on a stool.

The legs and frame are made os steel with a gloss black epoxy finish. The work top is 1.25″ multi-ply birch wood while the storage shelf underneath and above the work surface are made of steel. The unit has a 500 pound weight capacity.

Stack-On states the unit is “ready to assemble” and ships via UPS (not freight like some oversized products.) It includes a pegboard, leveling feet and wall/floor mounting hardware.

I had a chance to check the demo model out at the SHOT Show and thought it was well made. It seemed solid, though I would still want to tie it into the wall studs out of an abundance of caution. The company expects to ship these in March, but has not announced an MSRP.

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  • Hank

    Odds Harbor Freight will announce the same at 20% MSRP next month?

    • Rick O’Shay

      They won’t call it a reloading bench though.

      • Because it isn’t a reloading bench, it is a cheap work bench. Other than overhang considerations, there is not much difference between a work bench and a reloading bench.

    • Nashvone

      Same factory in China. Call it a workbench and sell it at HF for $100. Specialize it by changing the name and Cheaper Than Dirt will sell it for $200.

      • I have a $99 bench I got at HF and it works perfect as a reloading bench. I was shocked, given it came from HF, that it lasted more than 1 or 2 reloading sessions.

        • Nashvone

          I bought one for cleaning purposes. It’s held up well for that and several other uses. I haven’t gotten into reloading but when I do, I’ll certainly consider getting another one to dedicate for that purpose.

    • BrandonAKsALot

      They already have one complete with spontaneous disassembling drawers.

  • Swarf

    This looks like a job for $30 Worth Of 2×4’s And Plywood Man!

  • Edeco

    I almost want it. I like the company, they corrected a part issue on a thing I ordered nicely. All my other “wood” furn is espresso colored tho, and I don’t like peg board.

  • AndyT

    Married with a toddler so mine is slightly more “refined”. Total cost ~$200, $150 for the solid wood entertainment center, $20 for lights, $30 for door and drawer locks.

    • ePoch 270

      Reloading Armoire!

  • jerry young

    This looks like a normal store bought work bench with a new name and probably a new higher price, I use an old cabinet that was meant to be a bar that measures 20 inches deep by 40 inches long, I put a extra MDF top on it for good measure, it has plenty of storage and doors that keep everything concealed and dust free, I bought a 3 door locking metal tool cabinet from harbor Freight to store things like dies and tools, I use one end to store primers and gunpowder and mounted it on the wall just above the bench, there’s plenty of room and best of all I got the bar cabinet for free when a family member was getting rid of it