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    range bag on wheels

    Went to the range and in the path through the snow were two wheel tracks, left by what I presume was somebody's range bag on wheels. My wife has a travel briefcase like that. I haven't seen any bags geared toward the range that are in this sort of format but are there? And if so, any of them good?

    Currently I use a large duffle style bag with lots of compartments to take usually 2-3 pistols, 6-8 boxes of ammo, ear protection, targets, stapler, etc. to the range and the thing is HEAVY. So looking for another option.

    Any suggestions??

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    There's a couple different options....

    1: Luggage Cart

    2: Rolling Tool Box

    3: Custom Made Jobs such as what's seen at 3Gun/SASS shoots.


    ETA: There's also some interesting rigs made from wagons...I think Miggy posted some pics of one a while back....




    ETAA:

    Here ya go:

    Casper Racing Range Carts

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    I was going to suggest one of those beach carts with the large wheels, but a rolling tool box sounds like a great idea!

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    OK, here was the one I was looking for:

    Creedmor Range Carts

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    Those are cool JD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooterX View Post
    Those are cool JD.
    The really neat ones are the ones that the SASS guys use, here's Lima's uncle's cart.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    The really neat ones are the ones that the SASS guys use, here's Lima's uncle's cart.

    That is cool.

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    I've been using for 3 yrs. now a Stanley 'Mobile Center'.



    It is _perfect_ for said use.
    During long stages at IDPA or what ever it can support my weight upon being sat on.
    I stow my range/training ammo and all of my gear inside of it. I made one mandatory mod by attaching a medium sized steel hasp to the front so that the top portion storage unit can be securely locked with a padlock.

    When at home it sits in the back of a closet or in the corner of my home office.
    At a moments notice with no prep time required I can gran it and literally roll out to where ever. Everything including my ears, targets, spare parts & tools as well as lube are contained within.

    Can be found at Home Depot and WalMart for less than $25.
    I'd scored mine on clearance from Wal Mart for $10. I should have bought two more when I had the chance.
    Even it'sparts are end user replaceable as they may wear out though I have yet to have this problem; http://www.stanleytoolparts.com/st3mowoce.html

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    My friend has a metal cart to haul his stuff,but since the Indoor gun range closed we have to enter thru the back and walk up to the front to get in ,we have permission from owner,long trip for 2 handicapped guys,so I bought a wagon to throw my bag and our long guns in
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    Thanks for the suggestions!!!! Now, that wood cart is neat for some, for me I will pass on it. ;-)

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    Couple of other suggestions are an Al deer/game cart or golf bag caddy - if you have to trek thru snow or grass, smaller wheels and wheels right next to the cart might be a hinderence. Here's a [LINK REMOVED] to make your own.
    Last edited by Bumper; December 19th, 2009 at 02:12 AM. Reason: See post 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    couple of other suggestions are an al deer/game cart or golf bag caddy - if you have to trek thru snow or grass, smaller wheels and wheels right next to the cart might be a hinderence. Here's an [LINK REMOVED]to make your own.
    do not click on the link above - bogus spamware download highjacking the site

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    My goal is to have enough guns so I need one of these!

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    If your have any skill at all with hand tools, I would make my own. I found this link to a whole bunch of home made carts:

    carts1

    there is 5 pages of carts, knockyourselvesout
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    Sorry guys - link worked fine for me to the instructables website.

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