Watchmakers cases


#1

In shooting the bull with Guy H had a thought. Have a neat storage system for my bullets and primers. There is an outfit named Lee Valley Hardware that carries watchmaker cases in sets. Have several of them, they are carried in sets of from 33mm to 70 mm in size. Have aluminum framed glass tops that I engraved with numbers to catalog the items. Google up the company and click on the item. Very reasonably priced.


#2

Lee Valley Hardware Watchmaker’s Cases:
http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.aspx?c=2&cat=1,43326&p=44948
These types of cases might also be available at craft stores.

As long as we are on the topic of organizing our collections, one of my favorite topics in this hobby…

I was at the Container Store and noticed the “Bisley Collection Cabinets”. Appears they would work very well for cartridge collectins and organization. They seem to be a bit pricey, but neat nonetheless…
http://www.containerstore.com/browse/Product.jhtml?CATID=62561&PRODID=60053


#3

[quote=“ChristopherB.”]Lee Valley Hardware Watchmaker’s Cases:
http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.aspx?c=2&cat=1,43326&p=44948
These types of cases might also be available at craft stores.

As long as we are on the topic of organizing our collections, one of my favorite topics in this hobby…

I was at the Container Store and noticed the “Bisley Collection Cabinets”. Appears they would work very well for cartridge collectins and organization. They seem to be a bit pricey, but neat nonetheless…
http://www.containerstore.com/browse/Product.jhtml?CATID=62561&PRODID=60053[/quote]

I use the Bisley cabinets for my collection. Some years ago purpose-made plastic inserts were available for cartridges. I intend to make my own now by vacuum forming, just as soon as I can find a supplier of suitable material.

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