Big Game Pack 'N' Pull Game Cart


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Big Game Pack 'N' Pull Game Cart - Dick's Sporting Goods
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The Pack 'N' Pull Game Cart is made to carry your heavy game burden. The lightweight and compact design is easy to transport to your tree stand, and with the push of a button the cart is ready for a load of up to 300 pounds. The Rock Solid™ axle balances the weight of your hunting prize over the whole cart to avoid a heavy handle. The Big Game® Pack 'N' Pull Game Cart eliminates the worry of what to do with your game after the kill.

  • Portable utility cart for carrying heavy game over long distances
  • Rock Solid™ axle balances the weight burden evenly
  • Push button makes set-up easy and fast
  • Packable, lightweight design folds for easy transport and storage
  • Heavy-duty wheels can handle rough terrain transport
  • Weight: 18 lbs
  • Maximum weight capacity: 300 lbs
  • Open Dimensions: 21"wide x 58"long
  • Model: GC1000
  • Big Game
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 22457096

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Back saving product! I see on here where some are saying the unit was "hard to open" and "wheels wobble"... here's some hints: Simple (Orderless) household Vaseline or Patrolium Jelly spread on section of handle that extends out from carriage will make open and close smooth as glass! (I just throw a small travel size tube of it in my glove box of my truck incase I need to refresh it...oderless chapstick works great too!!) As for the wheels, place end cap on hard ground/floor (cup up) - take axle bar and place directly in center of cap - use a hammer to hit the top of the bar (should only take 1 or 2 good solid hits) and cap will be on tighly. Slide wheel and bushings on and then run through cart. Now put cart on side so that your applied cap is still on ground/floor and open end of axle is still up in the air. place bushing and wheel on axle and then take a pair of needle nose pliers and hold cap on axle end and strike cap firmly...should go right on and stay there! Mine has never bent and works every time...NOTE: I've also used mine to haul my Equipment IN to my hunting spot to keep from sweating on a long hike in! April 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Light weight and works great I bought this deer cart 2 days ago and got to try it out today. I carried it into the woods using the backpack straps and then opened it up to load the deer. It opened up very easy and was light weight. I used a couple bungee straps to keep the deer on the cart and pulled it right down to the truck. I'm very happy with this deer cart. January 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Easiest drag ever! Wife bought me one for xmas already put it to good use. Put a 120lb. Deer on it and pulled it up hill! Easy as pie, best gift ever. It was a bit hard to open up but I plan on leaving it open anyway. Just the one use for me was worth the money I now know she paid for it! January 1, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Could Be Better Constructed Haven't had a chance to try it in the field yet, but I would not recommend this product. When I removed it from the box it was somewhat jammed. I had to do a lot of tugging and pulling to get the carriage basket to extend. I even had to use a rubber hammer and a screwdriver to get it extended all the way. I could never repeat this process in the woods, but I don't plan to get far enough away from my truck that I can't hike back and get the cart from the back, should I bag a deer. So I don't plan to ever fold it back up. Putting the wheel caps on was also tough. Again with the rubber hammer. But I seriously doubt they will ever come off. Anyone who has problems with them coming off, I don't think you ever got them on completely. Once you get them on, there's not even room for a slip of paper between the wheel and the spacer. But then again, I haven't taken it to the field yet, so I could be completely wrong about the wheels coming off. I'll find out next weekend. December 14, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good for the money Wheels not real stable but ok. Straps could be a little better is also set up to stabilize load as well as carry empty cart. overall good for the price. December 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Deerhunter Deer weighed 165 and junk bent so now it won't close up to pack anymore!!! November 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by nice cart this is a good card for an average height person. Not so great if you are over 6 feet tall. The handle sits a bit low. Being collapsible is convenient and the light weight is good.the tires stunk at first but that went away once I got some blood on it. October 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good cart for the money Pulls nice in tall grass and is light enough to easily use the backpack straps October 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by WORKS Well Used For the First Time Yesterday afternoon, to Pull a 100lb Doe I Got on A Tract of N.C Gameland With My Crossbow. Pulled the Deer 2.4 Miles To My Truck. Cart Pulled easy and The weigh Balance Was Good. The Only Fault I Have are 1: The Wheels Should Be Dark Green Or Black, 2: The Bottom Section is A Little Hard to Pull Out But Other Then That It's A Good product, At A Great Price. October 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by good game cart Only thing I did was paint the white wheels black. Cart rolls nice in the woods. Carries well on the back also. September 24, 2013
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