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Old 10-25-2010, 02:28 PM   #11
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Well done Scubie! Very sound idea and construction. Definitely needs a seat cushion for some rest between sessions. And perhaps a cooler.

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Well done Scubie! Very sound idea and construction. Definitely needs a seat cushion for some rest between sessions. And perhaps a cooler.

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Actually, dont' tell Glass, but I have a styrofoam cooler that "just" fits in the main compartment where I am "suppose" to keep the ammo.

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Actually, dont' tell Glass, but I have a styrofoam cooler that "just" fits in the main compartment where I am "suppose" to keep the ammo.

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That's good thinking sir. Cuz if your getting loaded the guns shouldn't.
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Ummmm, Joe it keeps my water cold as it gets realllllly hot out her in El Paso.

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Very Nice gun toting cart there Scubie.

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Lookin good, scubie!!!

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Ummmm, Joe it keeps my water cold as it gets realllllly hot out her in El Paso.
Nice try brother....

To keep it simple I just fill one of those cheap plastic canteens 3/4 full with water the day before and throw it in the freezer. Then just stuff it in with the rest of your gear as you load up the car to head to your destination. By mid morning / afternoon it will have thawed enough to leave you with nice cold ice water on those days out in the sun.

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I like it. Might have to develop my own. Good job.

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Scubie, I believe that will do nicely!! Good work! My hammer and nail expertise hasn't improved since my fort building enterprise when I was 6!

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Looks very sturdy.

The box is a feat to behold!

Every part needs to be square and fit together!

For Sure a job well done!

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