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Borrego Bob

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I have until September to get a pack in backpack for me and my son for our trip to the southern sierras. We hunt X10 near Monache meadows but this year we're going to pack into the high country. I don't want to spend a bunch of coin for 2 packs. 
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wiersy111

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I would look at DVOR, it is where Optics Planet clearances their stuff. send me a pm with an email address and I will send you an invitation.
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Look at osprey backpacks they are nice and relatively cheap but if you want to go a little more expensive Granite gear and Gregory make some nice stuff. How many nights will you be out? If you really need to carry a lot of stuff it's hard to beat an old Alice pack. I was given a modified one made by tactical tailor that will carry far more than I would ever want to.
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I like my Eberlestock gunslinger. It will fit my rifle, water, power bars, tripod, spotting scope, extra mags, data book, first aid kit, kestral, gps, cell phone and camera and E-caller.
If you don't need a spotting scope and tripod, the G3 operator will fit the rest. Eberlestock packs are not cheap but they are tough as nails and even with a frame, very light weight.
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