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Push gun cart for the trap range ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Hammer1, Aug 11, 2012.

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  1. Hammer1

    Hammer1 Active Member

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    Who all makes push gun carts for use at the trap range ?

    See ones that look like they started life as baby strollers.

    See ones that look more engineered than most things NASA ever dreamed up.

    Any recommendations for one that would fit in the back of a SUV with the rest of the necessary trap gear and carry two combo guns and barrels ?

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    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    I bought a jogging stroller at a garage sale, and bought some gun racks that I bolted on. I have less than $100 in mine. If you are handy with projects, it's kind of fun to build your own. Rugged Gear makes a good ready to go cart. Mark
     
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    I MFG GUN CART BASED ON A COLF 3 WHEEL CART GO TO WWW.CTCARRYPERMIT.COM THEN THE STORE PAGE LOOK AT THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE FOR BARREL BUDY PROD , AND THEN E-MAIL ME
     
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    I prefer one with the muzzles not pointed at my head....
     
  6. Spanky

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    I love my Rugged Gear cart. I use it for sporting but can highly recommend it for trap if it makes life easier for you. I keep my muzzels down. Plenty of space for everything. I thought they were corney at first sight. A year or so later I bought one with no regrets.
     
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