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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

You might try one of the medium size Alice packs with a frame. My son wanted one for college, not real pricey either.Hangar 18if I remember right we paid $35.00 on e-bay and alot of other places they run $80.00+ without the frame
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

Len wrote up that exact pack idea a long time ago, it will be in the archives. Believe it is from Kafaru, not sure about that spelling. Remember he said the one he used was excellent.
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

After looking them all over I think the Long Hunter might be too big and since the Siwash will carry 85% of the LH it might be the way to go. Did you look at the military ones?
Remember they do have a Lifetime warranty on them, that could help justify the costof any of them.
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

Len used one of these on an Alaskan hunt a while back and he was very happy with it. Too bad he is traveling or he could give you direct info. He used the rifle holder accessory.
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

Len used one of these on an Alaskan hunt a while back and he was very happy with it. Too bad he is traveling or he could give you direct info. He used the rifle holder accessory.
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

Congrats Sheldon thats the one I got to thinking about without the embroidery.

Its like you say buy it once and you wont have to do it again, let us know how it works out for you.
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

Please tell us about your planned caribou hunt - where, with who, rifle, scope, type of hunting etc. Have never heard much about caribou hunting in Manitoba, are they woodlands?
 

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Re: Backpack with buttstock holder. Suggestions?

I just received the Kifaru Pointman, and it is EXACTLY what you want. I got it for elk hunting and it'll work perfectly.
 

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