Can you name everything in it?
chests in the shop. He asked us if we’d like to take a peak inside and we replied in the affirmative, not giving it another thought. While he unlocked it to show us its contents, we expected to see wrenches, screwdrivers and sockets. Instead, we were treated to drawer after drawer of firearms goodness. It was only natural that his two passions melded together at some point, with that meeting point being this tool cart.
When asked about it, he explained to us that he took an older, less-used tool cart and had its original red color blasted off. He wanted to refurbish the greasy old cart to match the newer tool chests that line the walls of his shop, which are all finished in gloss white.
After he had the cart freshly powdercoated to match the rest, he got the idea of storing some of his dedicated gun tools in it. That led to a few guns populating the cart as well as a small collection of gun accessories. As his gun tool collection got larger over time, he began to run out of room and moved the tools to another toolbox. That left the cart with what you see here.
The top compartment holds AR-15 upper receiver assemblies as well as a couple of lower receivers. The second drawer holds a collection of pistols, and the one below that is filled with AR-15 lower receiver assemblies. The bottom-most drawer held a collection of accessories including sound suppressors, flashlights, lasers, knives and more.
The top compartment holds AR-15 upper receiver assemblies as well as a couple of lower receivers. The second drawer holds a collection of pistols (top of page) and the one below it is filled with AR-15 lower receiver assemblies, magazines and ammunition.