My pictures never seem to work correctly....so if any one can fix them I would really appreciate it or the way to do it right.
FIRST OFF!!!This is sunday and our house is a mess but my wife hates to clean and this is how I do laundry...wash it and put it on the couch...also don't make fun of my Acorn Slippers, they are awesome.
I bought this pack because my daypack was only big enough to carry what I needed to clean an animal. This one holds enough for me to be out over night in decent weather, Plus it can hold my layers as I peel them off, and carries the rifle or a bow. I bought it at Sportsman's Wearhouse for $99.99. I tried to see how it held a 26" barreled rifle at the store before I bought it but with nothing in it the pack didn't hold it real well. I made a buckle on the top grab handle to clip around the rifle stock, for when the going gets rough and quick down the hill. When you fill the pack the rifle stays put alot better. (I filled mine with clean laundry!)
It also has lots of room for a spotting scope on the side of the scabbard.
The scabbard bottom folds up into the bottom of the pack if you don't need it.
It also is a pretty good rest, there is a plastic sort of frame in the back section that holds up pretty well, for sitting and for prone.
I have heard lots of bad things about the fit of these packs, but I am 6'9" and 280lbs. And I like the way it rides on me so I am thinking that it will fit most people.
I will let you all know how it packs.