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My Latest Roll Top Gun Cart

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I thought you folks might like to see my latest creation. This is a roll top cart that Mason Wilcox (M T Jar) helped me build. M T Jar and I made a bet that the ladies at The Ambush At Millcreek up in Norco last May would vote that I was better looking than he was. Well I lost by a large margin and he got to come down to my shop for a week and help build his new gun cart. He wanted a roll top so we built a roll top. It's a little big for him right now but his brothers can help him out while he grows into it.

 

 

 

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Thanks Grizzly Dave. I'm posting more if you want to do those. Much appreciated.

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Yep I'm with Alli's cat...drooling !! Beautiful cart Yul.

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You did great again Mr.Lose.I am drooling also.

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More pictures posted.

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I think the cart might be taller than the young Mr Jar. :)

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Thank you, Grizzly Dave.

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Wow Yul, that cart looks amazing. I literally don't have the words to express my gratitude for what you have done for him or what you do for the sport. This is so much more than an awesome guncart, it's knowledge passed on and time spent together that will last forever.

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That there is nice looking! Can it easily be broken down to go in a trunk and if so what would you want for one like it?

It breaks down into three parts, the chest, the carriage and the cabinet. Probably won't fit in a trunk but they fit in an SUV, pickup with bed cover or shell and I've even loaded mine in a Toyota Prius to prove that it would fit. I used to carry two of my carts to matches in my Ford Escape. PM sent.

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Wow Yul, that cart looks amazing. I literally don't have the words to express my gratitude for what you have done for him or what you do for the sport. This is so much more than an awesome guncart, it's knowledge passed on and time spent together that will last forever.

I gotta quit makin bets with yer kids. LOL!!!

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Yule -- Yer a true artist!

 

Must be amazing to have your talent!

 

--Dawg

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I wish I had your skills...remarkable craftsmanship!

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I think the cart might be taller than the young Mr Jar. :)

A little, but he's got a couple of big brothers to help him out until he grows into it. Mikes going to give him a rifle later on and he wanted to make sure that the cart was tall enough to hold the rifle.

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A think of beauty!

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:FlagAm::FlagAm::FlagAm::FlagAm::FlagAm:

 

That is nice. B)B)

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Howdy,

A work of art.

I in no way need one but it would look fine sitting in my front room

or most anywhere.

Is there a spot for bourbon. perchance?

Best

CR

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Beautiful but not for me. I can't carry a steel T-Post without knocking the paint off of it. I'd have to have a caddy to keep it looking a beautiful as it is.

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Once again Mr. Lose, a beautiful piece of furniture. Your craftsmanship is absolutely outstanding.

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Yul...

Dang beautiful.

 

You have a natutal craftsmans talent...Thanks Jim

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Very unique cool. Great detail- especially the wheel spoke covers and rim paint.

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A truly remarkable gun cart, you sir are indeed a true craftsman. I like the idea of the split seat and how it's covered.

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