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Old 12-08-2013, 07:44 PM
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WTS Eberlestock JP9 Blue Widow Backpack and Accessories in Advantage Max-1 Camo

I am selling an Eberlestock JP9 Blue Widow backpack, scabbard, multipack, and raincover as a set. This backpack and accessories has been lightly used and still looks and functions as new. There really isnít any wear to the pack. All items are Advantage Max-1 camo. Here are the specific items included:

Eberlestock JP9 Blue Widow Pack
Eberlestock A2MP Multipack
Eberlestock AL2S Scoped Rifle Scabbard
Eblerestock J1RC Raincover

Iím asking $400.00 for everything. Please add an additional $12.00 for shipping. If you were to buy this complete setup new it would be worth ~$483.00. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. Thanks for looking.

Hereís some more details about each pieceÖ

Eberlestock JP9 Blue Widow Pack
The Blue Widow is basically a Dragonfly with the scabbard layer removed. The main vertical pockets and utility expansion compartment are attached directly to the main frame panel. There is a large Flex Chassis which can fold forward for use as a seat. And because we think that scabbards and packs go together, we made it so that you can add one if you need it.
Remove the fanny pack / top compartment and you get a very compact and capable full-format pack that will behave as a daypack when lightly loaded, but will expand to carry heavy loads of meat and gear. The JP9 has a wide range of configurations. The pack capacity runs from about 2200 cubic inches (including the removable fanny pack) to about 4700 cubic inches. Add a Spike Camp Duffel to the outside and it grows to 7200-7600 cubic inches. The pack's patented Cam Expansion feature and unique features such as the 4-way compression straps and Flex Chassis give it outstanding performance in every configuration -- so you can use it as a compact, close riding daypack, or as a full-scale freighter, or anything in between. Most packs will only do one of these things, and the Blue Widow is designed to outclass them all, whether daypack or freighter.
The JP9ís fanny beats your basic fanny because it rides extremely well, and has a hydration sleeve built in -- so you can put your water and essentials in the top pack, and then pop it off to do a lightweight hike. The Blue Widow's fanny features compression straps, and Padlock webbing style attachment system.
The Blue Widow has a unique portal built into the frame's back wall that's designed to accommodate a Side Scabbard. Choose the A1SS (for shotguns), A2SS or A2LS (for scoped hunting rifles and bolt-action sniper rifles). This configuration puts the scabbard right along your spine, which is the perfect place to carry a heavy long item like a long gun. This allows for easy retrieval of your rifle from the pack when using this system.
The frame on the Blue Widow is simple, sophisticated, and extremely comfortable. The main pad section rides directly on the contourable stays, and is vertically adjustable to exactly fit the torso length of the wearer. The pads have just the right amount of body contact, and an air space between the pads and the framesheet allows a great deal of ventilation, giving the pack the best advantages of both internal and external frame packs.
Eberlestock J1RC Featherweight Raincover
The Featherweight Raincover is a compact and excellent addition to any pack. These are designed to cover both the entire pack and a weapon that's being carried, or just the pack itself so that you can pull a gun from the scabbard. High quality polyurethane- coated nylon. Weight: 4 oz.
Eberlestock A2MP Multipack
The A2MP has ten pockets. It's an extraordinarily useful and versatile addition to any backpack. The MultiPack is an ideal tool for carrying your binoculars, calls, flashlights, batteries, and any other small items that you'll want ready and easy access to. Some of its features are:
Worn as a chest pack, the A2MP is suspended from your pack's harness. The pack carries the weight of the pouch and its contents beautifully, so you don't notice that you're carrying binoculars, etc.
The A2MP can be mounted to any of the Padlock matrixes on an Eberlestock pack, so you can carry it on the side of your waistbelt, or mount it on the main body of the pack.
The unique Padlock MultiMount system allows you to attach the A2MP to any piece of webbing or belt. Which means that you can put it anywhere.
The MultiMount straps also come with an extension link, which turns them into a standard neck strap.
Eberlestock AL2S Scoped Hunting Rifle Side Scabbard
This Side Scabbard is for a scoped hunting rifle, recommended for use with our JP9 Blue Widow pack. It will also work with other packs with external Padlock (PALS/MOLLE compatible) webbing. Also a great addition to packs with internal scabbard mounts. Choose the larger A2LS if your rifle has large tactical turrets, a 50mm objective scope, or is fitted with a bipod.
Dimensions: 34"H x 7"W x 3"D / this scabbard has three sides (1) 3" side and (2) 7" sides creating a pie shaped opening.
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