Pulled out a used belt sander, had to "fix" a gritty sealed bearing. Turns freely now.
My Lee Challenger press has an annoying design, have to use the primer part, I only use the press for depriming and resizing, so I carved up a block of wood and put into the ram. There is a $10 piece on Ebay but for 15 minutes of work on some scrap wood I have it blocked off. Bit of PVC and now the spent primers drop into a can. Was
Now this. You can see primer tool they have, which has to be installed for depriming (I found it doesn't work, or at the very least, I don't feel like making it work, as I have a different Lee tool for that) (ignore the badly made work bench, it came with the house, and yes, the Lee could use one more bolt to hold it down, but I don't rifles so it lives an easy life).
Debating if I want to make a run to HF & HD with the daughter. The belt sander needs, well, belts, and HD doesn't have a good selection. I could use more ammo cans, and the daughter needs more driving time. Decisions decisions...