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Saddle Hunting Pack you have never seen (“mostly”)

Ckwilli

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It certainly looks like it was created for saddle hunting. I realize it’s not but wow
 

Aeds151

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If they were not so expensive, several types of wildland fire packs would be great for saddle hunting. Always have thought that with the pouches at waist and not a huge main compartment and being very modular. A lot of accessory pouches to add for storage or remove when not needed. Very customizable to get the right fit and I like that the storage sits lower on back compared to typical hunting pack.


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Aeds151

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im gonna hold on to it for now and run it as my set and forget hang on set up a few times then reassess selling. It just carries sticks and platform too dang easy. I do think the greatest weakness is the velcro. Not sure how to mitigate that. There is quite a bit of it.


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Ckwilli

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I would hold onto it for sure. That’s a fine setup.


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Any ideas on velcro replacement?


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