I have the same workbench; it's an interesting approach, something that would be very useful at a range in trying out different loads (assuming you could get permission, or like mine where it's more of a field).
If one already had cases deprimed and sized (where the greatest pressure in reloading seems to occur), then using it to seat bullets wouldn't seem to place too much pressure on it.
I like the idea as a portable at-the-range bench. In fact, the more I think about it, the more I like it.
The MidwayUSA portable bench works very well. I have used one with an RCBS Rockchucker press and powder measure with good success at the range. The "table top" is small, but as long as you have a shooting bench nearby, it isn't a big deal. I wouldn't want to mount a LARGE reloading press on it though (certainly NOT a progressive press).
I got mine when they were only like $35 and it looks like the price has gone up a good bit.
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