Guide Gear® Deer Cart

Item # WX2-120146

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Guide Gear® Deer Cart Roll about hauls up to 300 lbs. in the boonies. Save your back! PRICED RIGHT!

Roll your tree stand and gear in! Roll your downed deer out. All so effortlessly! Our special make-up means no middleman mark-up. Save!

Shucks, this balanced (zero weight on the handle), welded steel Cart is Herculean strong. Silent, puncture-proof, 16" solid rubber spoked wheels easily roll over the roughest terrain, dead falls, small streams and just about anything else in the way. A lot of my pals used to drag downed deer out of the deep backcountry with rope, back-breaking oomph and plenty of muscle. But then they wised up and now "drive" this roll-about Cart.

It hauls up to 300 lbs. of gear and supplies. Takes that big trophy out of the deep woods with little effort. Folds flat like a pancake in seconds to fit in your vehicle or for compact storage. Cargo area is 19 x 64", weighs 28 lbs. 5 ozs. Anti-reflective finish.

Built to Sportsman's Guide's exact specifications, Guide Gear® stands for dependability, long-lasting quality and unmatched value! Guaranteed!

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    Substantial quality, low price. SG's typical standard of excellence.
  2. 5 stars
    I Hunt Maryland frequently, Cart will make an excellent addition to my other Guide products. Will aide in taking out Feed & Minerals for Wildlife, with-out having to carry and make numerous trips.
  3. 5 stars
    Easy to put together. Cant wait to use it.
  4. 5 stars
    Looks real good. I didn't get to use it this year, but am looking forward to using it next deer season. In the meanwhile, I am going to put the Deer Cart to work hauling stuff around my yard. Well pleased!
  5. 5 stars
    have not used it yet but I have no dought it will work
  6. 1 stars
    This thing is total crap. The first time I tried hauling a deer out of the woods the connectors came off and I had to use rope to tie the cart back together. It doesn't work on any kind of a incline if you're by yourself. It takes up a bunch of space in the back of the truck, even when you pull the wheels off. After getting frustrated I tossed it to the side, left it in the woods to die, and drug the deer out by hand.
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