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Backpacks #7676452 11/30/19 11:44 PM
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I’m looking for a good comfortable backpack that has a gun holder that can also be used as a bow holder. Needing to be comfortable to wear all day if it had a bladder pack on it that would be a plus.

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I was on amazon last night looking for the exact same thing myself. It’ll be interesting to see what others are using.

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Originally Posted by EasyMoney
I’m looking for a good comfortable backpack that has a gun holder that can also be used as a bow holder. Needing to be comfortable to wear all day if it had a bladder pack on it that would be a plus.


How much weight does it need to be able to support/carry?

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>30= exo, kifaru, stone glacier, Mystery ranch


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Re: Backpacks [Re: EasyMoney] #7677160 12/02/19 12:10 AM
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More less just a day pack. Even when we go to the mountains we are always back to camp that night. Just trying to carry all my essentials so I’d say under 80% of the time

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Look at the Badlands ascent pack. Should fit your needs and I used it on a pronghorn hunt and was happy with it.

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Originally Posted by huntingag01


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...and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. Gen. 1:28
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I think you would like the Eberlestock X1A2 or Just One for that application. The rifle scabbard is worth its weight in gold.


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