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    I have a unique opportunity to go to Bozeman and try out the Stone Glacier packs in a couple weeks. I am a hard sell on new things. I will share after I will get back.

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    Embrace the chance. Let us know but i cant imagine yout going to come back wining!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tttoadman View Post
    I have a unique opportunity to go to Bozeman and try out the Stone Glacier packs in a couple weeks. I am a hard sell on new things. I will share after I will get back.
    Prepare to be amazed! The look and feel of the sg packs is unreal. You will grab one from the shelf and be surprised about the weight. And it doing everything that kurt claims. The first time I held one I was really surprised!

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    IMO all the packs everyone on here has been suggesting are great. I just got the Blacks Creek Barbarian last week. The only experience I have with it so far is when walking my dog every morning since I got it and all I can say is I LOVE it!!! I'd say try everything your looking at and go with what the one that makes you say "Oh ya this is the pack for me"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Prepare to be amazed! The look and feel of the sg packs is unreal. You will grab one from the shelf and be surprised about the weight. And it doing everything that kurt claims. The first time I held one I was really surprised!
    The new solo 3300. I got the meat bag and the gun holder. Pretty impressed with the fit and the weight. This should allow me to retire my day pack depending on the hunt specifics.

    I don't have any water on here. I have never used a bladder for water. I have a little work to do, but this is getting close. With the gun and the belt goodies, I am at 38lbs. I am looking at the scope bag mounted on each side to pick up any remaining items. Widens the load, but keeps it closer to my back.

    Next images will hopefully have some hardware stuck out the top. Thanks to everybody who provides useful input for the rest of us.

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    Tenzing 6000! Has a game holler ,different compartments,bow carrier. It's lite and though. It will suck down to be a good day pack!
    Last edited by griz; 06-19-2013 at 09:56 PM.

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    Mystery Ranch Crew cab - but its a bit pricey. Worth every penny.

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    Got my TZ 4000 and it is awesome. Super comfortable. Holds a lot of weight and distributes it really well across your torso. I would recommend looking at Tenzing. My group Twisted Addiction is sponsored by them!
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    I have the Eberlestock J34 Just One, It is awesome, the only complaints I have are that the water bladder pocket is kinda trick to fit my bladder into,that may just be my bladder, Eberlestock makes one that might fit better. My other wish is that it has some small accesorie pockets inside the top pocket so my gear isnt loose in there, still by far my favorite pack, my tenzing stays at home and I use this.
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    I have the just one also, just used it for scouting and so far I really like it!

 

 

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