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Have you guys seen those rolling stackable toolboxes?

I’m looking for something similar for the range. I want to carry 2-3 scopes rifles, an ammo can, and a range bag that will stack/bundle, and roll.

Any suggestions?


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Posts: 5876 | Location: Cantonment/Perdido Key, Florida | Registered: September 28, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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How about a jogging stroller?

Most of the shooters at matches here use them.


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I don't know of anything like that,

however as a guy that shot highpower, they do make nice stools with wheels, that can do most of what you want , (but are geared to one gun, scope, mat, ammo etc,



may want to look at some Cowboy action stuff, they tend to be home made from what I see but carry multiple rifles/shotguns,

Rolan Kraps may be the one to contact on that



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How handy are you? I've designed and built lots of gun carts for Cowboy Action Shooting that would fit that bill.

This is one of my best/easiest designs.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qmg3...lans%202017.pdf?dl=0









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Originally posted by Rolan_Kraps:
How handy are you? I've designed and built lots of gun carts for Cowboy Action Shooting that would fit that bill.

This is one of my best/easiest designs.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qmg3...lans%202017.pdf?dl=0







I'll take it, thanks Rolan! I'll PM you my shipping address.


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Rolan

Great looking Cart

Your instructions were very good

Almost wanted to make one and start shooting some Cowboy


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Rolan

Great looking Cart

Your instructions were very good

Almost wanted to make one and start shooting some Cowboy



Come join the Fun, RC! BTW, the cart folds down for easy transport.




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It's been a while, but I once saw a guy at the range who had turned a traveling golf cart in to a multi long gun carrier. It was one of the hard plastic ones with wheels and it seemed to do what he wanted it to. I didn't look close enough at it to see how he had configured it.
 
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There's several commercially available range carts which are sort of expensive but you can check them out and maybe fabricate something.
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Shooting Range Cart Plans (Google Search)
 
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An inexpensive experiment. A carryon bag from academy with thick straps on the sides. Rolls well seems sturdy.


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What range are you taking that to?

You'd get the "WTF" look from me! Wink
 
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What range are you taking that to?

You'd get the "WTF" look from me! Wink


LOL! I don’t care what about they say. A couple of cervical surgeries makes carrying heavy stuff a ways a pain, literally.

I hope I don’t feel like that dude with the superfly suit and the goldfish in his shoes.


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In the IDPA outdoor world most of use the folding wagons you can get at Academy for about $50. Not perfect, but it's handy for lugging all your shit around.


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