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    Bino Pack

    I just ordered one of these yesterday:http://www.alaskaguidecreations.com/binopack.htm

    I was looking at the badlands one but didn't seem like it would work with another pack. Searching the web I found this one. I'll let you guys know how it works out. If you call to order one be careful the owner will talk your ear off so make sure you have some time to talk hunting!

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    I love my badlands bino harness. It will work well with a pack on, but I did cut out the hydration carrier in the back so it would be more comfortable. You will like not having to clean your binos off all the time now. Both are great products.
    Shoot STR8

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    I love my badlands bino harness. It will work well with a pack on, but I did cut out the hydration carrier in the back so it would be more comfortable. You will like not having to clean your binos off all the time now. Both are great products.
    Yeah my new binos I got the covers don't stay on very good. So I figured I had to do something!

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    Just got this today. It looks pretty good and fits good. There is a pocket in the front, two on the sides, and one on the back. Looks like I could probably fit my gps and camera in the front pocket. I tried it on with my pack didn't have any issues. I'll use it turkey hunting this weekend depending on the weather. I think I am really going to like not having to fuss with taking the covers on and off when I want to glass. Here are some pics.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails binopack 003.jpg   binopack 001.jpg   binopack 002.jpg  

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    The badlands one is pretty nice. I'm waiting to see the sitka version later this year.
    People in SUV's and suburbs will kill more game animals than a man with a bow, ever could.

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    If your just looking to keep dirt and water/snow off your binoculars, try the bino-shield from Crooked Horn Outfitters. I use one with the bino system and it works great. It also helps keep your binos close to your chest when your crawling.
    I recognized long ago that if I have a warehouse full of guns, but no public land or public wildlife, I have nothing!

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    I think I am going to try the Alaska Guide Creations model. BTW, I really liked my Meopta Meostars. Great bins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    I think I am going to try the Alaska Guide Creations model. BTW, I really liked my Meopta Meostars. Great bins.
    I haven't gotten to use them hunting yet. The lens covers won't stay put. But now I'll be able to try them out. From just looking around they are amazing!

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    My objective covers were always coming off, too. I solved the problem with two tiny and strategically placed drops of super glue.

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    I just saw an ad for a bino case that has a cover for a range finder that magnetizes to the bino case to hold your rangefinder close also. And it has a tether in case your range finder falls from the magnets, looked pretty cool.
    Shoot STR8

 

 

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