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Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Evlglockr, Jul 25, 2002.

  1. Evlglockr

    Evlglockr Honor&Courage

    Jun 25, 2002
    Over the Edge
    I am looking for a good pack for hunting and camping. I liked the Black Hawk packs and Alice packs. Anyone have recomendations for simular packs.
  2. bluemeanie

    bluemeanie Lospeedhidrag

    BTT, cuz I'm interested. I've considered the "Dwight Schuh" pack from (I think) Cabela's. Looks like a decent ext. frame for carrying meat, and breaks down to use the top portion as a daypack, and the bottom for a waist pack. Any experienced hiker/hunters want to weigh in?

  3. WFR


    Dec 2, 2001
    1)What are you going to carry in it?
    2)How much do you want to spend?
    3)Does it have to be camo? Or will black/olive work?
    Answer these and I'll see if I can offer further guidance.
  4. Mwinter

    Mwinter I'm MilkMan Dan

    Oct 26, 2001
    Check out ; some very sensible, purpose-built packs, rifles and bush gear.
  5. ErictheWiseman

    ErictheWiseman FrontSightPress

    Apr 26, 2002
    Check out or Outstanding equipment with a great warranty.
  6. LOMAS


    Feb 19, 2002
    Kifaru packs are excellent. I have the Longhunter, and used it to carry a 150 pound mule deer several miles out of the mountains in Colorado last year. I am very impressed with the comfort and load bearing ability of this pack. Customer service is great, they stand behind their product.
  7. Evlglockr

    Evlglockr Honor&Courage

    Jun 25, 2002
    Over the Edge
    I got a pack Wednesday. North Face pack is real nice, 5400c/inches. I picked it up for half price, can't beat that. Time to hit the timber.