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Postby m1garand » Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:09 pm

I have been looking at an alternative to my existing set up for hauling everything out to the woods. I see the high dollar pacs that every other tactical company sells for $400+ but this unit is $150 and really seem to have what a varmint/furbear hunter would need. Just wish it was made here in US, I'd have to order it from abroad.
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Re: hunting gear

Postby Fitter » Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:56 pm

You can check these out http://wisconsincoyotehunters.com/2011/02/pack-preview/ Not $100 but possibly an option. These come from Cabelas.

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Re: hunting gear

Postby m1garand » Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:25 pm

thanks! I'm glad I shared this with the forum-no I have a local option. I looked and looked for these.
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Postby Fitter » Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:48 pm

No problem. The product search for this site http://wisconsincoyotehunters.com/searc ... nting+pack will search the entire available inventory of more than 100 advertisers at the moment. Not all of which are hunting but always outdoors.

Full disclosure, I receive a varying percentage commission for each verified sale produced legitimately from this site. So buy lots and often everyone. It pays for the site. :P

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Re: hunting gear

Postby Alaska Dave » Mon Feb 03, 2014 5:19 am

I've been using a small backpack which has several pockets that contain electric caller, decoy, mouth calls, extra shells, snack and water bottle. Just sling the gun or carry in hands.
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