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My Latest Gun Cart

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Howdy pards, I'm trying out Imageshack and thought I'd post some pictures of the gun cart that I finished a week or so ago. It's constructed out of ambrosia maple with oak furniture (handles and drink holders, etc..), it has leather seats and chest handles and a special feature is the loading block dispenser on the side of the cabinet. The dispenser works pretty slick. The pneumatic tires are foam inserts so you never have to worry about them going flat. This is the cart that I built as a trade for the engraving on my Ruger Old Army revolvers that were on the wire a month or so.

 

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Sure is pretty Mr.Lose.You always do great.

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Thank you Utah Bob, imageshack is much easier to use than Photobucket. Now if I could figure out how to get the picture to load with out having to go to the link I'd be happy, happy, happy.

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Another piece of fine furniture disguised as a gun cart.....great workmanship.

 

Kajun

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ggieT3.jpg

how do you do that, GD?

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I opened your link, and then right clicked on the picture and chose copy image URL and then pasted that into the image dialog here.

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I opened your link, and then right clicked on the picture and chose copy image URL and then pasted that into the image dialog here.

Probably something not possible on my iPad?

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Probably something not possible on my iPad?

Nope, you have to put the "" tags in yourself on iPad and android.

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What's the slotted holder for on the LH side?

 

Beautiful work

Edited by Sedalia Dave

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Beautiful work

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What's the slotted holder for on the LH side?

 

Beautiful work

That is the loading block dispenser. You stack up to 8 loading blocks in there, one on top of the other and as you need them you pull the bottom block out and the others drop down and the next block is ready to go. When you finish at the unloading table you just put the empty block back in the top of the dispenser and after the match your empty blocks will be ready to reload again.

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That is another very beautiful piece of work you've done Yul!! Unbelievable! I love the touches you've done with the wheels too. I have the same wheels on my cart and would love to do something like that with the wood.

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That is the loading block dispenser. You stack up to 8 loading blocks in there, one on top of the other and as you need them you pull the bottom block out and the others drop down and the next block is ready to go. When you finish at the unloading table you just put the empty block back in the top of the dispenser and after the match your empty blocks will be ready to reload again.

That is such a cool idea, Yul.

 

Beautiful cart.

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Once again, beautiful work Yul

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Love it!!! This is going to get me back in the shop working on a new one!!

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THIS ONE IS MINE.I wish.Great again.Thanks Dave for making the pictures bigger so I can drool more.

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NO pictures of Yul's carts, can do them true justice. -_-

When you see them up close with your own eyes in the sunlight. Only then, do you see the fitting, finish and workmanship that goes into every one of his carts that I have seen. You then really see what a gifted, master woodworker/craftsman Yul truly is.

My wife :wub: and I are lucky enough to call him a friend.

OLG

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Very nice work :-)

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Thank you for all of your kind comments. In about a week I'll be posting some pictures of a cart that I built to pay off a bet I lost to a 10 year old kid.

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Thank you for all of your kind comments. In about a week I'll be posting some pictures of a cart that I built to pay off a bet I lost to a 10 year old kid.

I thought you knew better than to play kids games! :)

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I have got to get one of these...great work

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I have got to get one of these...great work

Wait til you see my next one.

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Seems like it needs.....

 

A mirror to see how pretty I am.

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