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    Firefighter, I took your question on pack loading...

    Firefighter, I took your question on pack loading and decided to take some time to put together a proper answer in the form of a blog post. Link below.

    http://hunt.kuiu.com/?p=342
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    Dead River, Sorry about the pop-ups, I agree...

    Dead River,

    Sorry about the pop-ups, I agree that it would be annoying and distracting. When I saw your post I asked one of the IT folks about this, since I was surprised we don't receive many...
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    As far as warranty goes, they are pretty good....

    As far as warranty goes, they are pretty good. From what I've seen they definitely do what they can to perform a quality repair on your boot unless a total replacement is absolutely necessary (not...
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    http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb207/tharney/I...

    http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb207/tharney/IMG_1110_zps434b8a73.jpg

    http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb207/tharney/IMG_1610_zps984bbc91.jpg
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    Here are a few of my 7200 photos from last...

    Here are a few of my 7200 photos from last season. I split time last year between the Pro 7200 and Ultra 6000.

    Caribou hind quarter, 2 shoulders, and a side of ribs. It's hard to tell with the bag...
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    Here's a writeup I did a couple weeks ago on the...

    Here's a writeup I did a couple weeks ago on the Outdoorsmans Adapter. If you jump to the end, you'll see there's a slight discount offered.

    http://hunt.kuiu.com/?p=279
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    I do that sometimes, if set up carefully it puts...

    I do that sometimes, if set up carefully it puts a nice emphasis on the animal. It's unfortunate that you let the way people take pictures get you you.
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    Water won't hurt them, I regularly submerge my...

    Water won't hurt them, I regularly submerge my binos in warm soapy water for cleaning. As far as the bino harness goes, it takes a ton of water to soak through and make the lenses fog even without...
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    If you're a M in Merino bottoms then definitely...

    If you're a M in Merino bottoms then definitely stick with M in the SD Pant.
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    Don't be intimidated, it's not that bad to plan...

    Don't be intimidated, it's not that bad to plan once you get started. I started putting together our September trip last November, and 9 months was more than enough time to iron out all the details....
  11. I would get the binos first, and set them up for...

    I would get the binos first, and set them up for glassing off a tripod. It's amazing how much you can pick up at long range with good 10x binos when they are rock steady. As well as this tactic works...
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    I would think adding the down pants under your...

    I would think adding the down pants under your Northbranch pant would be a really nice treestand setup for the cold. The down-proof coating on the SuperDown nylon really adds to its ability to block...
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    I like to pack the SD Pants on hunts that see...

    I like to pack the SD Pants on hunts that see temps in the mid 20s or lower. Not that mid-20s is all that cold, but having the down pants allows me to pack a light 30-Degree sleeping bag. If it's...
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    I've used them- they're pretty nice. They won't...

    I've used them- they're pretty nice. They won't replace my go-to binos, but they are nice optics. They'll be a top competitor in that price range once word gets out- assuming the "business" end is...
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    I've spent quite a bit of time this year in both...

    I've spent quite a bit of time this year in both Vias and Verde. Both work well up close and at a distance.


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    To each his own. I'll confirm a 250 yard shot...

    To each his own. I'll confirm a 250 yard shot with my rangefinder every time. I'm also ready to crank my reticle down 6.25 MOA for a 550 yard shot if that's what the situation calls for. I just spent...
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    You pack in that heavy duty plastic jug for the...

    You pack in that heavy duty plastic jug for the sole purpose of being able to pee in your sleeping bag?
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    I don't think it's a matter of what the boots are...

    I don't think it's a matter of what the boots are made for vs. the amount you used them. It's simply the fact that they can't put the boots back into their inventory if the soles show any wear. A...
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    I appreciate everyone's input; thank you guys...

    I appreciate everyone's input; thank you guys very much. This big moon and nice weather should keep a bunch of bucks from getting killed before the end of the month. I just hope they're still in the...
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    Really nice buck, awesome symmetry. Congrats.

    Really nice buck, awesome symmetry. Congrats.
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    Thanks Firebeck. The country does look...

    Thanks Firebeck. The country does look incredible, no question about that! Good luck to you this Fall.
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    Idaho General Deer 48/49

    Hey Guys,

    I'm planning to go do a solo Idaho general backpack hunt for the last week of the season. The units in the title of the thread are my #1 choice right now, simply because I like the looks...
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    Quick clothing list in case anyone's curious....

    Quick clothing list in case anyone's curious. Temps ranged from ~22-50F, with the average daytime hovering in the 37-42 range before windchill.

    Baselayers:
    Merino 145 SS Crew
    NuYarn Merino 145...
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    Drying out clothes the next day....

    Drying out clothes the next day.
    http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb207/tharney/IMG_1655_zpsf796ea94.jpg

    Weatherby Mark V Ultralight Long Range in .270 WBY Mag. Shoots .32MOA with factory...
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    Skyline shots....

    Skyline shots.
    http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb207/tharney/IMG_1620_zpse217db79.jpg

    http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb207/tharney/IMG_1625_zps267177ca.jpg

    Resting on the trekking poles...
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