Just curious as my son and I are considering getting one to make it easier on us. Years back I bought a Warren&Sweat two wheeled job that had a pull and push handle and folded up. Long story short we shot a big buck back in the puckerbrush and decided to wheel him out on the new cart, didn't dress him in there to avoid drawing the coyotes and killing the spot for that season so on he went. Now he was around 250lb on the hoof and we didn't have any trouble hauling along but the cart started to self destruct as we went, first a wheel came off (broke the pin holding it) found a pin we used on the boat transom saver and cobbled on. Next one wheel bent so bad it would hardly push, next the axle bent bad where the wheel mounted on it, then we broke spokes in the other wheel. Real happy to hit the tote road and reach the truck. Fixed and replaced parts and it worked good for some does and yearlings but shot another heavyweight and we pretty much killed it getting out over a beaver dam. OK done with that unit sent it down the road cheap. We aren't hunting as far back in now but still want to do less dragging, been looking at a kill shot online, its rated for 500lbs instead of 250 like the first and wheels don't have spokes and are larger in diameter(this is important where logs and stumps are common). Price is good and reviews are pretty good also, some hunters hauled elk out on it. Anybody have experience with this carrier? I figure replace hardware/pins with stainless bolts and lock nuts and big heavy cotter pins on wheels and I guess we are going to find out next fall.