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    Kelty Cache

    This pack is great and deffinately worth it. I was able to hold a hind quarter and both back straps on the frame at one time. Great to help save on trips.Click image for larger version. 

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    I use that exact same frame pack. Last week I helped pack out an elk. I had a hind quarter, a front quarter and my Eberlestock slingshot pack all on it at the same time.
    I was truely glad my buddy shot the elk up the hill and not down the hill!!! I dont recommend carrying that much weight, but at least I know it can do it, and I sorta can! If you count falling over like a lead shelled turtle half a dozen times or more on the way down.
    In all seriousness, it was tremedously well supportive of a very heavy load.
    I hunt because......

 

 

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