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Unread 07-23-2011, 04:06 PM
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Re: good pack for elk

I bought an Eberlestock Dragonfly about a month ago. Started walking around the farm with the pack carrying my rifle. Standard belt is just big enough to put pads on my hips in summer clothes. I am dropping weight in preparation for the hunt. But, went ahead and bought a large hip belt to go over my hunting clothes this fall. Will leave the standard belt on the butt pack with just essentials.

Appears to be a well constructed pack. Comfortable. And easy access to my rifle, when needed.

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Unread 07-24-2011, 07:36 PM
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Re: good pack for elk

I have the eberlestock x1 and would not change it for anything. You can carry your bow on the back of the pack and don't have to worry about carring it especially when you start climbing up hills and plus has a scabbard for your gun. I use it all the time in Montana elk and mule deer hunting
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