Dusty Devil Dale Posted November 22, 2019 Share Posted November 22, 2019 Another thread here prompted this. I thought new shooters might like to hear everyone's thoughts on what needs to be carried on-board. (I admit, up front, I'm an extremist when it comes to being prepared.) I load the cart for my wife and me. It carries two rifles, two shotguns, holsters and SG slides, loaded stage ammo pouches, extra ammo, specific size screwdrivers and other tools for Vaquero and '73 rifle on-the-spot repairs, a squib rod, lunch, drinks, gun oil, SG bore brush (Tornado), pre-cut SG patches, a Slix SG shell tool, pocket knife, a rifle jamb tool, an extra empty SG shell bandoleer, tools for brass pick-up, tools for repairing targets/stands, box of assorted band aids, occasionally an umbrella, and a 6-mill 30x30" clear plastic bag (from Exline.com) as a rain cover. I've tried to reduce the load, but I always seemed to end up running back to the truck for something between stages. (Yep, there are more tools, food, spare guns, ammo, jackets, etc. in the truck). So what did I leave out? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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