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    Horn Hunter Curl Combo

    Now that this archery season is over I am planning for next year. Does anyone have anything good/bad to say about the HH hybrid frame or can compare it against badlands sacrifice, bl 4500 or eberlestock j107. The current plan is to get the 2000 cu in combo and slip a dry sack in between for camp items. The intended purpose is to have an all in one bivy/day pack that can be on the move for four days and carry a ton out when needed to cut down trips packing game out.

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    Awsome! Made in the USA, versitile, a true do it all pack!
    Good hunting!

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    It looks perfect and I know a lot of people really like the mainbeams. Having a true bivy style pack ~3000 cu but still can haul a whole deer or 1/3 - 1/2 elk. The majority of the other reviews posted online have been by SOP staffers so its good to hear another positive review. I have one on the way through work and was close to getting an eberlestock dragonfly but carrying an extra 1+# of rifle scabbard didn't make sense to me.

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    I used one this year. I've never used it as a bivy set up, but I love it. It will hold plenty of weight. I packed out the back half of my elk without quartering it. It's a great pack and all I will ever need.

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    Just got mine in. Had a 160# coworker sit on the shelf and the weight was very comfortable. Of course the legs hanging low had the weight pulling back so I had to lean. The stitching looks tough and there are pockets everywhere. Compresses tight enough to use the frame and smaller pack for day trips. The 3000 cu in pack by itself looks big enough for a bivy hunt.

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    Over a 100-lbs on this load. It heldup well and carried the weight as good as 100 lbs can be. The pockets are usable and handy. Great pack! This was the frame and the pockets built in.
    Good hunting!

 

 

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