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Rolan Kraps, SASS # 24084 Life

FSoT: 6 Gun Jogging Stroller Oak cart

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For sale or trade.

Last summer, I was dropping garbage off at the dump when I spotted a PRACTICALLY NEW jogging cart for twins.

 

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I was like...

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So I brought it home and snuck it into the basement. I had it for weeks before Bea even knew it. I recently finished converting it into a "gun cart". It holds 6 long guns and 4 Single Action Revolvers. Rolls real smooth! I made the front box extra large to hold a small cooler with all your bullets and stuff. It is for sale (since I already had 3 carts).

 

Price is $300, and can be delivered to the local North GA, Southern TN, or SC matches, or make trade or other Reasonable offer. I'm partial to Rugers, A Widdermatic Henry .22, could use a tuned Satin Nickle Stoeger, pretty open as long as it isn't a "hi-point", or Taurus, or Rossi. Trade value is $500.

 

 

 

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Edited by Rolan Kraps, SASS # 24084 Life
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How about a picture of the cart folded for travel. Looks great for the shooter who carries a lot of gear. GW

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How about a picture of the cart folded for travel. Looks great for the shooter who carries a lot of gear. GW

GW, it does not fold. At all.

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Almost disappointed. Figured you would have detachable box, fold down gun rack collapse the cart and store it in a saddle bag. Still looks great, mine didn't fold up like I had hoped. Waiting to see your next project GW

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Howdy,

Outstanding cart pard.

I just love that.

Terriffical work.

Best

CR

ps- I thought that comment about folding was a pure joke.

Folding would have been toooo awesome . . . . .

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ps- I thought that comment about folding was a pure joke.

Folding would have been toooo awesome . . . . .

 

 

I tried to figure out how to make it fold, but there was just too many braces from the cart's structure in the way.

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If it only had fenders and mudflaps with silhouettes of nekid ladies.........

 

....And fold -up.....

 

...... it would be perfect.

 

 

Sigh.......

 

:blush:

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Howdy,

And a motor and a rechargeable battery and a fire extinguisher for when the

battery catches fire.... ;)

Best

CR

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Seriously, make me offers. I take trades. Especially gun stuff.

 

I could use a Square Deal B setup for .45 ACP.

Worst I can say is "no thank you".

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UPDATE: It does fit in my Kia Sedona (Minivan) without moving the back seats (Bea's requirement). I just had to get creative.

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Feel free to make me an offer on this cart.

 

I could use a Ruger 10/22, Maybe one of those Widder Henry rifles, a Mossberg Mariner with the extended mag tube...

Cash always works.

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Charlie, I would estimate about 40 lbs for the cart and jogging stroller, and another 7-10 for the front box (empty).

 

Rolan

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Hey Rolan,

 

We met at Tennessee State this year - (that doesn't have anything to do with the cart or the dog, I was just putting context to our communications). I can't use the cart, but, how much for the dog? If I could get that dog, I wouldn't need to buy one of them drive-by-them-selves automobiles. He would do all my driving for me, and I could practice my 2-1-2's and 1-3-1's on Interstate Signage as we drive to next shoot. Now, that's cool!

 

Keep the cost down lowwww!

 

Knob Creek Drover

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Hey Rolan,

 

We met at Tennessee State this year -

Knob Creek Drover

 

 

We met a lot earlier than TN State. Like about 15 years ago at Knob Creek.

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