Member of the Bayou Bounty Hunters
and Mississippi Peacemakers
I made my cart from a
child's wagon bought at Toys-R-Us.
The long gun rack is removable to stuff it in smaller places if need be.
Marshal Will Wingam
I built my cart from ideas off your site.
Here are two photos of the same cart on which I performed a makeover. A pardner of mine was going to throw away the Chic-fil-A cow cart so I got it from him and did a little work on it. The faux strong box and gun rack were made from an 80 year old barn door that I salvaged from my great auntís farm. It had been sitting in my garage for years taking up space so I finally put it to good use. I still have a couple of small cosmetic things to do yet but itís in working condition now.
My boys and I have been a
big fan of your guncart web site and have spent a lot of time viewing
all of the different carts that are shown. I am always amazed at some
of the innovative ideas that people have when building their carts. My
boys and I wanted to share our gun cart that we built this winter with
others on your site. We started with a Gedron wheel chair from the late
1800's that belonged to my great great grandfather. Without altering
the chair, we have incorporated a removable empty brass pan (bedpan), 5
long gun storage, coat/holster hangers, and removable ammo box.
"Johnny Geezer" Simonsen