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Equipment Carts for Shooting Matches

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Anthony, Oct 30, 2006.

  1. Anthony

    Anthony Well-Known Member

    Over the past few years I have seen photos in a variety of articles and publications showing equipment carts built specifically for carrying rifles and other shooting equipment...usually at shooting matches.

    Are these just homemade items and converted golf carts, or does someone make a really nice model of such a cart?

    My time is limited so I would rather buy one off the rack rather than try to convert something.

    Thanks for the input.
  2. ocabj

    ocabj Well-Known Member

    Get the Ray-Vin complete cart. It's easy to assemble and has a multitude of options. It's not very expensive and it should work well for you. I have one with the pneumatic wheels.
  3. TechBrute

    TechBrute Well-Known Member

  4. Anthony

    Anthony Well-Known Member

    Red Wagons are for Kids

    Two wheels preferably, but I actually saw a guy carrying his gear in a little red wagon like this one during a match. Although many say live and let live, I would never personally be caught dead carrying anything in a little red wagon like this guy was.

    Machismo prevails on this one.
  5. Grayrock

    Grayrock Well-Known Member

  6. Rabid Rabbit

    Rabid Rabbit Well-Known Member

    Another option is to buy a All Terrain Stroller and buy a couple gun cradles from for an ATV. I put mine together for about $60.
  7. Big Calhoun

    Big Calhoun Well-Known Member

    You could probably get one of those shopping carts that you see people use alot in cities, and build over and around it to suit your needs. But some of those carts on those pages are pretty cool!
  8. TechBrute

    TechBrute Well-Known Member

    I'm waiting for someone to convert a Segway.
  9. ocabj

    ocabj Well-Known Member

    There's nothing wrong with the wagon. It works great. More stable than the two wheel carts most of us use. Wait until you're at an Across the Course match carting your stuff from firing line to firing line across soft dirt and high weeds.

    So did you get the Ray-Vin that I recommended, or did you go with a different option like a Creedmoor or First Strike?

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