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    Quote Originally Posted by T43 View Post
    I have a dragonfly and it works great for multiple night bivy hunts. If I could swing one of the high dollar packs I would do it in a heart beat. The dragonfly is heavy and gets uncomfortable with anything over about 60 lbs. But I still think its the best big pack on the market for anyone who cant swing the price of the MR, Kiafru etc.
    I would agree with that. Im definitely not a badlands fan so Eberlestock is a great choice. Just as comfortable as my mystery ranch with lower amounts of weight. Just doesn't haul heavy loads as well like you said. By far the best of its price range though from everything I have seen and worn.

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    here is a little video, showing all three packs in Eberlestocks "Just One" series of packs

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    Nice video showing the comparison, I have the G4 operator but its more of just a gear bag and will accept a larger tactical rifle and I'm planing on selling it and going with the J107 being its more versatile and can expand in cubic inches for back country Hunting.

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    There is a modification that I have seen that would make the load lifters functional. I haven't tried it yet but I will and post my results.

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    I have the J107 and really like most of the features. As far as fit & carrying capacity, it's great. I can carry a ton of stuff, but what I most like is the huge water bladder. If it's hot I can load it up with ice and have icewater for a whole day! What i don't like is that you have to remove your rifle before you remove the pack, but that's just being picky. I also would like to see the top part-the removable part you can convert to a fanny pack, done away with, but only because I hunt deer with a longbow and cat quiver. I wish Glen would do an accessory to carry a longbow or recurve in addition to that butt bucket for compounds.

 

 

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