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Hey: I have been involved in a couple of threads regarding the best gun cart to purchase. I have kind of narrowed it down to "Rugged Gear" or "Gun Caddy". The Gun Caddy is about $40-$45 more than the Rugged Gear cart. (Not really a lot of difference). I sure would appreciate input as to what you feel is the best cart. Thanks a lot. Ed
 

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I need to ask. What is the advantage to "flat free" tires? Are these type of tires susceptible to going flat; if you don't purchase a special "flat free" tire? Thanks Ed
 

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EE: Just trying to gain as much knowledge as possible; cause I'm a dummy in this area. However, I usually buy the 1% milk. Ed
 

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Ed.. I can't comment on the gun caddy, as I don't have one. I do, however, have the rugged gear cart, and I really like it. It is easy to store, easy to set up, very lightweight, and extremely well constructed. As for the "flat free" tires, they may be of some benefit on a sporting clays course rolling over briars, berrry bushes, etc., but, on the trap field, I have never had any problem with the regular tires. They will go flat just sitting in your garage over an extended period of time, but, they pump right back up with the provided pump which is very easy to do. If I wanted flat free tires, I would just install puncture proof tubes in the tires. Cheap and easy to do.. Dan Thome (Trap2)
 

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I have rugged gear cart and really like it. Be sure to keep alignment in spec, otherwise you will get a serious and dangerous wheel shimmy at high pushing speeds.
 
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