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 Post subject: FT carry-all
PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2008 2:16 pm 
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I may put straps on it so that it can be moved gun and all. Not sure yet, I'll try it this way first. The old brief case has plenty of room for shooting supplies.

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LOL, trust me, the bigger you make the carry-all, the heavier it will get. Not a thing wrong with the idea, though.

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Although it would be heavy, it looks handy.

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Handy looking!

You will want straps to carry it all. In time update the wood with 1/16 aluminum, add straps, and you are cutting edge!!

Let me know how August looks for you when you know!

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