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golf cart gun carts, one for travel, one for home

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lets see if this works

 

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cud have been a little neater, but here in FL I didn't have good tools to work with. but you can get the idea....

 

 

this one started out very light weight, to disassemble the racks unscrew as does the shelf thingy,,, the whees unscrew as well, the legs unbolt, I had to take about 4" of the main shafts, the wheels on these lightweight one won't take a lot of weight before the tire wants to slip off of the rims.

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This one is heavier because of the cast aluminum frame and better tires... but folds up nicely in the car....those are hooks on the back or the gun rack on top, hang my glasses case, shell bags, coffee thermos, first aid kit, and whatever from them

 

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the shelf system on the second one lifts off, I use a 36oz square plastic bottle filled with short rods, oils, and etc in the top shelf...

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Thad'll werk in a pinch. Speakin a pinch. Spitoons # is on the wall a the toilet house at the Pass. Make sur ya giv eem a call.

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put up a pic of him, that otta create big push and faster times in the outhouse!!

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btt for those who wanted pics....mind you the travelling one comes all the way apart....

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cud have been a little neater, but here in FL I didn't have good tools to work with. but you can get the idea....

 

 

this one started out very light weight, to disassemble the racks unscrew as does the shelf thingy,,, the whees unscrew as well, the legs unbolt, I had to take about 4" of the main shafts, the wheels on these lightweight one won't take a lot of weight before the tire wants to slip off of the rims.

 

You could get yourself over to Harbor Freight and BUY a tool or two.

Yup, we have tools, even here in Florida.

Course they're mostly imported from Chinaland.

Or you could find a Florida resident.

They might be able to lend you a hammer.

Course it would just be made out of a stone tied to the end of a stick. :lol:

 

Danged Yankee, anyhow.

R U still here?

 

 

Waimea (wait, I think I'm a DAMN Yankee. CRAP :angry: )

 

BTW - Nice cart. :)

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we leeve fri morning, least tha's tha plan now....

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we leeve fri morning, least tha's tha plan now....

 

Yer gonna miss Ruskin for 2 days travel?

With a meal and gun on the line?

 

Fer shame.

 

 

Waimea (not attending myself as the Wife has w0rK choke for me to do)

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iffn et wuzza up tu me, wede leeve mon or tues.... but momma's reddy!

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Jeez Shy-Annie you go to a normal match with at least 20 lbs of concho's, bling and frills. And for your cart NOTHING! Do they still sell bedazzlers in FL? Let's get that poor cart accesorized!

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well, the more tha cart weighs tha less bling I can carry!! so for those shoots with an airplane involved the bling goes on me, not the cart....

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Sounds to me like Momma's got some frozen friends need thawin' out.

 

Have a good trip, Pard.

 

Blow the horn on the way through Orlando. Lake Buena Vista exit. Route 535.

 

 

Waimea

 

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I'll wave from 75, I like 75 better than 4 to 95 to 26 to 77....gotta go thru hotlanta but with the hov lane it's not bad....

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i like em , light , rigid , capable of carrying the weight and set up for all the essentials in a minimalist style , i do admire the craftsmanship of the more intricate and heavily detailed theme oriented carts , i wish i was such an artist , but ....i too

built my gun cart from a bag-boy , no photos currently as its been a work in progress with changes made every winter , it does multi-duty in more than one shooting disipline so not real heavy into the theme but it does still fold up nice and neat and is light enough for the old guy to load into the youkon without adding another hernia ,

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