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Evlglockr 07-25-2002 10:02

Good Packs
 
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.

bluemeanie 07-27-2002 12:05

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?

WFR 07-30-2002 19:35

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.

Mwinter 07-30-2002 19:55

Check out www.kifaru.net ; some very sensible, purpose-built packs, rifles and bush gear.

ErictheWiseman 07-30-2002 20:34

Check out Lightfighter.com or tacticaltailor.com. Outstanding equipment with a great warranty.

LOMAS 08-03-2002 00:47

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.

Evlglockr 08-09-2002 08:42

Got one.
 
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.


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