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    Have you looked at Mystery Ranch's Crew Cab??

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    Has anyone hauled out an animal with the X2 yet? I'm interested to see how the pack handles meat and gear. I went with a J34, so I can haul out a quartered deer and hopefully most of my gear in one trip. +8 miles in makes it hard to make multiple trips in one day.

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    look at bowsite.com and search X2, elkreaper loves this pack and has pics of packing elk out with it, eberlestock website also shows it with a elk quarter in one.
    Ill give up all my hunting in Michigan for 2 weeks in the high country

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    thanks miller1

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    Quote Originally Posted by twp1224 View Post
    Has anyone hauled out an animal with the X2 yet? I'm interested to see how the pack handles meat and gear. I went with a J34, so I can haul out a quartered deer and hopefully most of my gear in one trip. +8 miles in makes it hard to make multiple trips in one day.
    Aaron, at the end of the Pure Elevation trailer we are using an X2 to haul a 100+ lbs of meat. The X2 is just an awesome versatile little pack. It will take anything you can throw at it.

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    Here's a pic with 6 elk antlers strapped on my X2. Also have some gear in the pack. After strapping all that bone on I noticed I forgot to put my spotter in the pouch beforehand. Thats why it is where it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S&S Archery View Post
    Aaron, at the end of the Pure Elevation trailer we are using an X2 to haul a 100+ lbs of meat. The X2 is just an awesome versatile little pack. It will take anything you can throw at it.
    Nice trailer! I just bought an X2 from you not to long ago and really like it.

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    Man...Now I'm going to have to watch the trailer again!
    thanks Steve.
    Quote Originally Posted by S&S Archery View Post
    Aaron, at the end of the Pure Elevation trailer we are using an X2 to haul a 100+ lbs of meat. The X2 is just an awesome versatile little pack. It will take anything you can throw at it.

 

 

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