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    Hilleberg NAMMATJ 2 GT

    Anyone have any information or experience with the Hilleberg NAMMATJ 2 GT, I'm seriously contemplating getting one.
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    I can't speak to that model, but I have a Hilleberg Kaitum and love it. Very good quality!

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    Thanks AK I was also looking at that tent, it looks like that is the exact same tent just lighter material.
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    I know Guy uses the Allak and really likes it. I will get some thoughts from him as well on Hilleberg in general.

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    I have the Allak and I can honestly say that tent is legit. It is bullet proof. I honestly think you could climb Everest with that thing. I'm sure there is some sort of weather that could take that tent down, but I've never found it yet. The tent is very, very well built, very solid design, and easy to set up. The only draw backs I could find, was the weight is a bit heavier than some lesser tents, and the cost is pretty pricey. The tent could be a bit over kill for most early season hunters. Drop me an email if you have any more questions. -G

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    I've decided to go with the Nallo 2 GT, I spent a great deal of time looking at the foot print design, weight, entrance's and over all how they went together. I had a hard time but I wanted a tent with a fair amount of storage place. I'll give a report on it after Bear season is over. Thanks everyone for the input.
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    I had an Akto and thought it didn't have nearly enough head room for me at 6'3" so I sold it and got a Nallo 2, not the GT version. I liked it but found it was way too heavy for solo use.

    I now have a Seek Outside LBO and have been pleased.

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    I've got an ultra light Big Agnes that I use on Solo early hunts, but wanted something more substantial for my late season deer hunts in late October-early November. The BA I've got has been flattened a couple times from heavy snow and the wind blows right through it. Thanks for the input RC
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    I have the nallo 3gt. It's a great tent. Perfect for two people and gear. Used it in snowy conditions down to -10. It worked perfectly. You'll love the nallo.

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