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    HornHunter Full Curl Combo with Meat Sack

    I recently bought the HornHunter Full Curl Combo with the meat bag option. Has anyone out there used this pack for packing out deer/antelope? I don't know how much weight a person can reasonably expect to pack out with this setup.

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    Do you know what the torso measurement is on that bag? I like it but I think it's too small for me.

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    Since they don't have an adjustable torso, mine looks like they made it to fit taller customers easily.

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    I'm not sure what the torso measurement is for this pack. From the middle of the waist strap to the top of the frame is 24".

    I am 6' 2" and about 180 lbs and it seems to fit my torso well. There seems to be a fair amount of adjustment built into the pack for someone bigger than I am. I put 40 lbs in the pack and took a 3 mile walk and it felt good from a comfort standpoint.

    I am curious as to what other people have experienced after putting the pack to use in the field.

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    I have a 19" torso and there is goo lift. I would say up to a 21" torso you will get a good fit.
    Good hunting!

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    Thanks for the measurement.... Glad to see it is working out... I'll monitor this post... It's definitely a pack of consideration. I have a 22 inch torso, so it is close.

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    I have the curl combo used it last yr but i had tag soup last yr so did not pack any weight on I hunted with it all yr and as my daypack and loved it but i have seen pics of it loaded down with mule deer and elk and it can pack a bigtime load as much as you can carry

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    I am 6-2 and about 220, depending on the month. I use the full curl with the meat sack and absolutely love it. Fits me great. I have packed it as heavy as I could handle, about 100-120 lbs and it handled it easily. IMHO, it is a great pack and the best I have personally used.

 

 

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