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3 wheeled trapshooting cart

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ML, Jul 17, 2011.

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  1. ML

    ML Member

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    Trying to find what company makes the three wheeled carts that shooters push around at trapshoots. I would like to check them out, as I need to get one.
    Thanks in advance for your info.

    Regards
    M.L.
     
  2. Oregunner

    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    Rugged Gear (see link)
     
  3. daveship

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    i have a used one for sale 125.00 plus shipping from florida let me know thanks
     
  4. shotgunpeople

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    Best thing I ever owned for carting around all the gear at a shoot !!!

    Dave in SC
     
  5. buster45

    buster45 Active Member

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    Where do you live? I have one that I don't use any more,went to Ranger.I will sell very cheap,but don't want to mess with shipping.

    Buster
     
  6. GrandpasArms

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    I shot sporting clays this weekend with a guy who used a collapsible wagon like this one at Amazon. He said he got it at Costco for about $50. I was impressed how easy it was to haul around. There was plenty of room for all our gear. The break open guns fit nicely and we were certain they weren't loaded. They formed a "V".

    Larry
     
  7. Tron

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    Baby stroller at garage sale: $10

    Old piece of wood that I had laying around: I don't know

    2 rubber couplers: $5

    2 bungy straps $1 at dollar general

    $26 invested total.


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  8. senior smoke

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    Joe:
    I have a stroller from when my kids were little that have the attached canopy. I could add a lock to it, place my shells and shooting bag in it, along with my lunch. In all seriousness, you did a great job.
    Steve
     
  9. Tron

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    Mine folds up exactly like Eddie's does.
     
  10. Bruce Specht

    Bruce Specht Well-Known Member

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    Like Tron, I bought a jogging stroller and made a shooting cart. Bought $50.00 in parts from rugged gear, stock rest for three guns. Some 1x2 and a shirt section of 1x6 done. $75 invested
     
  11. 525Shooter

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    Where are you? Craigslist in Sacramento has one for $75.00.
     
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