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Old 11-21-2007, 10:14 PM
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I use these Jamison rear bags.. They are great and they are light.

They come in different colors and are very well made..





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Not good idea. Too much bounce. When you squeeze the bag to get the proper elevation you want it to be solid even though its light the poly micro beads are better and as light as air.

A pound and a half of them is about the size of a 20 LB dog food bag....

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I had an idea to try an inflateable plastic ball. Like a small beach ball, or possibly some other kind of kids toy/dog toy. Do you think this will work for back country hunts where weight/size is a concern??? Just an idea......

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Where in Idaho is Blightly located

A 1.5 LB bag is about 24"x10"X4". Thus shipping weight would be about 4 LBS.

They are full of static electricity but flow like water (except for the ones that catch in a draft and go all over the place. Be sure the missus is not around when you fill the bags and don't run any fans or have doors open.

I'll help you out if I can.

If Blightly is in southeast Idaho I'll put it on the Salmon River Stage.;)


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Any of you guys willing to help out a guy from blighty?

We cant get these poly-beads here would some kind sole buy me enough and post them to me if I get you the $'s first?

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I use a piece of closed cell foam shaped like a wedge of cheese covered with fillter material. I just push it farther under the butt for less elevation pull it out for more.
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Old 11-22-2007, 11:34 AM
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Triad rear bag.Fill it with rice,not to heavy and you can eat it in an pinch.
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The rear bags from Jamison work great
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I use these Jamison rear bags.. They are great and they are light.

They come in different colors and are very well made..





E-MAil jamison at. longshot1000@midsouth.rr.com
I have one of them I use as well. I like it and it doesnt weigh a lot.
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