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    IKEA "carcass tray"

    Hi read on here about people using ikea under bed storage boxes as carcass trays!
    So thought i'd go and have a look (had meatballs & chips too)

    It looks quite sturdy and hasn't got any holes in the bottom - could be a winner at 7.99
    Even comes with a folding lid - you can use when its empty.
    Have put a pic on of the box sat in the boot of my Audi A3 and it fills it!

    Daz
    Last edited by DazT; 26-04-2012 at 14:27. Reason: More info

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    you wouldnt fit the deer i shoot in that lol, but ideal for roe, muntjac,CWD

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    Dave

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    Good job you're not filling it then mate!
    You might need a low loader perhaps?

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    While you are in Ikea, just in case you shoot more than one in an outing(!), get some of these:
    FRAKTA Carrier bag, large - IKEA

    will easily hold a roe, fold up small, are near enough watertight, can be rinsed out and at 40p each you can afford to use them in the garden for carting about leaves etc., or as laundry bags when they are past using for deer!

    Alasdair.



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    Quote Originally Posted by alasdair View Post
    While you are in Ikea, just in case you shoot more than one in an outing(!), get some of these:
    FRAKTA Carrier bag, large - IKEA

    will easily hold a roe, fold up small, are near enough watertight, can be rinsed out and at 40p each you can afford to use them in the garden for carting about leaves etc., or as laundry bags when they are past using for deer!

    Alasdair.


    I too have used one of these, great for roe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liongeorge View Post
    I too have used one of these, great for roe.
    But what happens when you get to the checkout with it in?

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    Yep got a couple of the blue bags too!

    Daz

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    IKEA is good for a lot of stuff, I got loads for my larder from their as well as other bits and bobs and plastic containers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223 View Post
    you wouldnt fit the deer i shoot in that lol, but ideal for roe, muntjac,CWD

    ATB

    Dave
    Wouldn't get many RSPCA foxes in it, need a skip for those
    It's accuracy that kills.

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