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hunting packs

Im looking for a hunting pack for 3-4 day trips. I would like it to be under $250.  Does anyone have any imput on this?

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I just got the Cabelas

I just got the Cabelas alaskan guied series pack/frame for Pretty cheap. It normaly goes for around $220 I got mine for $150. Its 5300 cuin, that might be a little bit for what your looking for but they do have a 4500 cuin model too. Another one to look at would be Badlands 4500 or any other model, thay are grat packs, also eberlestock. You can look at cabelas.com for all these packs. you should be able to find a good pack for that price, my advice is to try on as many as you can to see what one fits the best.

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I use the Badlands 4500 and

I use the Badlands 4500 and it's a great pack but a little out of the price range you mentioned. Check Cabelas like was mentioned for a lot of good ideas.

I think Groovy Mike had a Alaskan Guide pack barely used he wanted to sell cheap earlier this month. Maybe he wil will pop in here and let you know.

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Cabelas Alaskan frame CHEAP

If you decide to go with the Cabela's Alaskan pack, I can save you some money.  I bought he frame to pack out moose with but never used it.  It is just gathering dust in my gun room.  Cover the shipping plus $20 and its yours.  I paid $50+ for it several years ago....

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pack frame

thanks for the input!

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pack frame

Thanks Groovy Mike for the offer but i think im gonna go with an internal frame

 

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Good hunting!

bhuleatt wrote:

Thanks Groovy Mike for the offer but i think im gonna go with an internal frame

 

No worries.  Critter expressed an interest in it if you declined.  I'll let him know its his.

Good hunting!

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let me know if critter

let me know if critter doesn't pick it up.

there is a heavy-tube and a light-tube model. i am really looking for one of the light frames.

anything to make my pack a little bit better.

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I'm glad to see that critter

I'm glad to see that critter is gonna pick it up from you. I thought about it all night myself after you posted that last price you would let it go for. It's a good pack for sure.

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i'd though about the kelty

i'd though about the kelty coyote. personally, i don't care if my own pack is camo or not, but that's a pretty good pack and you can get them for about $90.

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