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Need photos of golf bag carts converted to shotguns

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by IMtheNRA, Jun 28, 2008.

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  1. IMtheNRA

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    Thinking about making a cart for a couple of shotguns, ammo, cooler, etc, to use when shooting sporting clays. The more bells and whistles, the better.

    If you feel like posting some photos, I'd really appreciate that! :)
     
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    Are you talking about your basic golf cart or a push cart that's been converted? I have a three-wheel push cart I've converted - otherwise, as the other poster said, Rugged Gear makes a nice even if it looks like a baby buggy...;)
     
  5. IMtheNRA

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    Yes, a three-wheel push cart that is collapsible for storage would be ideal.
     
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    Not to flog a commercial product excessively, but the Rugged Gear offering is collapsable too. Also simplifies fitting into a sedan as opposed to just a truck or SUV.
     
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    will try again

    not sure how these will show up, but these are my conversions.....[​IMG]
     
  8. oneounceload

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    sorry - seems the pic gods are not cooperating
     
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    I made one years ago using a golf pull cart, a wire basket, and a Kolpin gunboot. The end result was so silly looking that I got a good laugh out of it and tossed it in a trash dumpster.
     
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    I just had a horrible flashback to posts regarding the "tactical wheelbarrow".
     
  11. Robert Hairless

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    Krimmie, that's one serious looking golf bag cart. You folks in Miami obviously mean business when you play golf. Now when I hear a Miami golfer talk about shooting par I'm going to ask "How many times?"

    (I'd like to see a golf bag conversion too but it doesn't look as if it's going to happen.)
     
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    Actually, I was half - hoping that this thread would be about Shotgun Golfing. Turns out that such a cart would be perfect for the sport! Hunter Thompson's final invention lives on!!
     
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    guncart002.jpg
    Neil.
     
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    Thanks for getting it to work!

    BTW, that bag hanging down came with the cart - it has storage in the top half and a the bottom is a cooler for cokes or water...
     
  15. Burt Blade

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    Look for Cowboy gun carts. Those of us who enjoy Cowboy Action Shooting need to haul around a pair of long guns plus ammo, etc. You can find plain lightweight metal ones up to huge war wagons.
     
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