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Hunting chest rig #7198197 06/15/18 04:07 AM
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https://paladincustom.com/amr-overview/


Paladin apex. Looks interesting but since you load meat on it not sure how useful it would be for hunting when you couldnít get a vehicle there

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Re: Hunting chest rig [Re: Cleric] #7212721 07/01/18 12:18 AM
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And so inexpensive!


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Overpriced. Google LBV or Load Bearing Vest. Tons of lightweight options with varying degrees of storage. I use one for hog hunting and mine has everything I need. Plus it is cooler than something like a backpack.

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I have used surplus web gear since the 1970's. A web belt, suspenders, 2 fanny packs, one on the belt, the other on the suspenders, 2 canteens and some ammo pouches for miscellaneous stuff. During bird season I would carry the web belt, a canteen, a fanny pack for the downed birds, and 1 or 2 ammo pouches. The "stuff" listed is similar and still available from surplus stores. The above stuff looks to be similar to today's military web gear, I suggest looking for a surplus store and configuring your own.


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Re: Hunting chest rig [Re: Cleric] #7213756 07/02/18 01:55 PM
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I think the gun lock up design is cool. But canít get over the price. Would rather buy a decent quality bag

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What all are you wanting to carry on your chest?

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Hunting stuff.


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Oh, like rattlin horns and stuff? Seems practical.

Cleric, check out Hill People Gear. Quality product.

Re: Hunting chest rig [Re: Cleric] #7216126 07/05/18 01:08 AM
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Hill people does make good stuff


Not looking to get one, just thought it was interesting. The interesting feature is ability to hold gun and quickly release, but I donít need. I am looking for a small day pack hunting bag but havenít decided what I want. 8 like the new kuiu day bag

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I'll get a Load Bearing Vest before deer season. Since going to a shoulder holster, and before that a binocular harness I have figured out that getting the weight of things close to your body and off your hips makes for a better day. I'll put my phone, camera, glasses, knife and a few rounds of ammo in it. I'll wear it under a light jacket or heavy coat. My pant pockets won't be heavy, and I won't have to load up to move these things to a different coat if I switch during the day. These things stay in the vest, same pocket all the time.


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One I made. Made to fit, .22, .45, .44 mag.

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It's kinda cool. The shoulder straps look more comfortable than any LBE/LBV, etc I was ever issued. I much prefer carry stuff high up on my chest, but it makes shooting prone a bit sketchy.

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Originally Posted By: 20bore
Oh, like rattlin horns and stuff? Seems practical.

Cleric, check out Hill People Gear. Quality product.


Sure, and any of the other myriad of things people take with them hunting...
Spare mag
Spare ammo
Latex gloves
Butchering tools
Drag tools
Compass
Phone
Binos or spotting scope
Batteries
First Aid kit
Poncho
Headlamp/flashlight

Pretty much anything you might want to put in a backpack when you go hunting.


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I agree, that all fits well in a backpack.
But this thread isn't about backpacks.

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How do you get any of this out of your back pack, without taking your gun off your shoulder, finding a place to lean your gun, removing back pack and digging through it? Been there, done it, found it to be inconvenient, noisy, cumbersome....The LBV puts everything in a separate pocket right in front of you for easy access. I'm getting one.
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Oh, like rattlin horns and stuff? Seems practical.

Cleric, check out Hill People Gear. Quality product.


Sure, and any of the other myriad of things people take with them hunting...
Spare mag
Spare ammo
Latex gloves
Butchering tools
Drag tools
Compass
Phone
Binos or spotting scope
Batteries
First Aid kit
Poncho
Headlamp/flashlight

Pretty much anything you might want to put in a backpack when you go hunting.


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I put mine on after I put on my pack.

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Love my Hill People Gear Kit Bag!

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