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An outfitter is a shop or person that sells specialized clothes (an outfit is a set of clothing). More specifically, it is a company or individual who provides or deals in equipment and supplies for the pursuit of certain activities. The term is most closely associated with outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, rafting and trail riding using pack stations. In this context, outfitters include those that offer services for outdoor tourism including accommodations and guide services. Many retail stores and chains that sell outdoor sports gear are sometimes branding or calling themselves "outfitters", such as: Bass Pro Shops, Cabela's, Mountain Equipment Co-op, and REI (Recreational Equipment Inc.).
Hornady Outfitter 7mm WSM 150 gr GMX -- 20 rounds.
Bought this 2 days ago in Cabelas with two kids melting down. Saw the 7mm and grabbed the box. Realized at home that it was WSM rather than Rem Mag.
Box is opened only because I checked to see the difference between WSM and Rem Mag.
Selling my Cabelas Outfitter Frame Pack. In great shape. Only been used once. Dont remember the exact model but it has the water pack(has not been used), rifle/bow holder, and the rain fly. Asking $125 obo , located in centralia.