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GunRunner by Eberlestock

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by RPS, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. RPS

    RPS Central Point, OR Retail Profit Systems

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    Hello,

    If you haven't tried one out yet the gun scabbard in this pack is epic. I have used Sitka packs, Kelty, and Cabela's and this is the best yet. Packing out meat or heads is so much easier when you can put the rifle in the pack. I have a 26" barrel on my .300 and its still comfortable.

    Check them out when you get a chance.
     
  2. Twodogs

    Twodogs portland Or Active Member

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    I read alot of mixed reviews about them,I really want to try one but don't want an $179.00 mistake.
     
  3. NW Hunter

    NW Hunter Vancouver,WA New Member

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    I bought a X-3 Lo Drag last year for my 12.5 lb 300winnie. I have a Bushnell XRS 34mm tube with good sized turrets. I was easily able to pull my rifle with one pull from my left hand, then a second pull with my right puts my hand right in the palm swell. I was able to carry raingear, polar fleece jacket, 100 oz. water bladder, emergency gear and food
     
  4. RPS

    RPS Central Point, OR Retail Profit Systems

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    Know what you mean twodogs. Packs are funny too. The Sitka pack was great until I was carrying a bow or rifle. The gunrunner makes it easy to carry gear, water and the rifle just like NW Hunter said. The best part is you can tie off a head and have the rifle in the pack when you have a long hike out of somewhere. I also carry a looprope just for that matter. If you haven't seen looprope before check them out. You'll never use a bungy cord or rope again.