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Went down to Big Lots and picked a 10ft umbrella--the kind that goes in the middle of the patio table. Then got a piece of PVC and U bolted it to the guncart. Umbrella slips into the PVC (which I painted black) and out with no problems.

Course I lost a rifle slot by doing this but we had 4 slots open to begin with.

Now I just crank open that shade and watch all the pards gather. Will have to be careful on a windy day, though,

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Well, got to use it today and it works right nice.

By the end of the match we were setting it up by the loading table to give the pards a few minutes of shade before they shot.

Had a bit of a breeze for a few minutes and it did OK but would hate to have it open in high winds. Mary Poppins there it goes.

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Hay CR,

I stick my bumbershoot in a fishing rod holder bolted to the side of my cart so I can adjust it to any angle. I used to park the cart at the loading table like you, as I normally park my butt there also, but my club came up with a string of period correct orange traffic cones [/color]that we're not allowed to move our carts past. Them's the rules. :wink:

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