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Looking for a hunting pack like this one

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by oneofthose, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. oneofthose

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    Thanks for the info, the one from cabelas was actually on my list of alternates.

    I really want one with a frame like the one I have. I'm hoping whoever makes it for Uncle Sam also makes it for the civilian world in different camo patterns. The Zippers are quiet, and super heavy duty. It holds everything I need for hunting, and capable of packing out lots of meat.
     
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    eberlestock is a great pack, you will not be disappointed.

    Badlands also makes a great pack, the 2200 has an internal frame like that, you may like it.
     
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    my next pack will be from Kilfaru.
     
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    Eberlestock makes very high quality packs, but they are HEAVY. I have one that unzips to hold an elk quarter and the thing weighs about 8 pounds - empty. Add a 10 pound rifle and I have 18 pounds of empty pack and rifle on my back - no water, extra ammo, survival gear, food, extra clothes, etc. With minimal gear, it's hard to have a pack under 30 pounds...and being at 10,000 plus feet, every pound counts. Despite the high quality, I will be looking at other alternatives for this year's hiking and hunting season.