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A sled, sledge, or sleigh is a land vehicle with a smooth underside or possessing a separate body supported by two or more smooth, relatively narrow, longitudinal runners that travels by sliding across a surface. Most commonly sleds are used on snow or ice, however in certain cases they may be used on any surfaces, especially on ones with relatively low friction, such as sand or wet grass. They may be used to transport passengers, cargo, or both. Shades of meaning differentiating the three terms often reflect regional variations depending on historical uses and prevailing climate.
In Britain sledge is the general term, and more common than sled. Toboggan is sometimes used synonymously with sledge but more often to refer to a particular type of sledge without runners. Sleigh refers to a moderate to large-sized, usually open-topped vehicle to carry passengers or goods, and typically drawn by horses or dogs. In Scandinavia particularly a sleigh may also be drawn by reindeer, as for Father Christmas.
In American usage sled remains the general term but often implies a smaller device, often for recreational use. Sledge implies a heavier sled used for moving freight or massive objects (syn. "stone boat"). Sleigh refers more specifically than in Britain to a vehicle which is essentially a cold-season alternative to a carriage or wagon and has seating for passengers; what can be called a dog-sleigh in Britain is known only as a dog-sled in North America.
In Australia, where there is limited snow, sleigh and sledge are given equal preference in local parlance.
In good condition, only used a couple of times. It is missing the rubber strap though for the front mount.
$100 OBO, located in the Puyallup area, but I'll travel north a bit, and I'll likely be down in Vancouver/PDX in June some time.
Two pistol racks that fit inside your safe. One rack is for 6 pistols, the other is 4 guns. Fits revolvers and semi-autos. $25 for both
Leadsled DFT - has this sitting around for a number of years. Been to the range twice.
Located near downtown Portland
Get ready for hunting season. Caldwell Lead Sled DFT with 25lb weight for sale. This takes the human error out of sighting in.
$140 FTF in the Clackamas/Happy Valley/Damascus area.
Full description of this item available at https://www.amazon.com/Caldwell-336647-Lead-Sled-DFT/dp/B000X7AJP6. I...
For sale is a Caldwell Lead Sled Solo shooting rest with a 25 lb Lead shot bag. This is a great rest for bolt guns, AR15's, or Ak47's. Perfect for sighting in your guns. Works great. Paid $75 without the weight. Asking $50.
** SOLD 3/16 **
Used but in great condition as it was only used a couple of times.
Includes a standard Caldwell Lead Sled Weight Bag with 25 lbs of lead weight.
- Heavy duty steel frame construction
- Lever action compatible
- Gun retention strap included
- Durable non-marring support in front...