, 2023-05-19 08:39:44,
I have always been more of range bag or backpack guy when it comes to hauling my gear around. I have tried the $60 collapsible Sam’s Club specials, but always end back up lugging my stuff in a bag. A range bag for an all-day match can get pretty heavy to haul around. Over the last year, I started having shoulder problems that ultimately led to surgery this past February. I would always carry the range bag on my left side, since my holstered gun was on the right side. My doctor said that while it wasn’t the only cause to my issues, it sure didn’t help them any, either.
The Zuca Transit cart, which is the heart of the system, doubles as a portable seat.
Michael Libertucci, the president of Custom Sewn Products and Saratoga Horseworks, LTD, reached out to me about the S3 Range Cart and requested information on the 2023 USPSA Nationals events and advertising. Michael stepped up to sponsor this year’s events and sent along a cart sample for review.
At the heart of the S3 Range Cart is a Zuca Transit Cart, which has a sturdy frame that doubles as a portable seat that is able to support up to 300 pounds. Designed for Disc Golf, it can hold a bag and 25 discs with additional storage space.
Well, when you own a company called Custom Sewn Products that specializes in several different types of products, including those in the firearm industry, you can see how the S3 Carts came to be—create range bags that work with the heavy-duty Zuca frame that can be used to transport everything you need for a long range day, including your chair.
From the S3 Range Cart website: “The S3 Range Cart is designed specifically for active USPSA, IPSC, IDPA or Steel Challenge shooters.”
The Zuca frame has tubeless foam performance tires on the removable wheels. I was able to easily load the cart into the trunk of an Audi S4 without taking the wheels off. The cart rides smoothly with sealed wheel bearings and has two adjustable water bottle holders. In addition, there is an adjustable 51-inch telescoping handle to make moving the cart…
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