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    Anyone interested in a Eberlestock J79 Skycrane Pack or a Mystery Ranch 6500?

    I have an Eberlestock J79 Skycrane Pack and a Mystery Ranch 6500 both in Multicam. I've never used either of them and they are frankly just sitting in my closet in Australia gathering dust. If anyone is interested please drop a reply or PM and I'll look getting them over here. Thanks.

    $500 Eberlestock Skycrane J79 Multicam - New Without Tags
    Minus the Little Brother but with a Camp Duffel Pack which IMO is better as it's lighter and holds more. I could arrange sale for the Little Brother but it is very used. Comes with a set of spare buckles as well. Great for hauling meat (boned out or otherwise) back to camp and folds down into a (large-ish) Daysack when not carrying large, awkward loads. Has a good, sturdy, adjustable internal frame.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8bU7vcvadM

    $900 Mystery Ranch 6500 Multicam - New With Tags
    Medium Yoke/Waist. This is an absolute *Beast* of a pack and ideal for going out for those longgggg hikes/hunts!!! Has the NICE external frame which is great for those heavy loads.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfjQ7QM52os
    Last edited by Loyal2no1; 10-01-2017 at 08:52 AM.

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    *I have the J79 with me in NZ. The buckles and Camp Duffel are more than likely in the garage in Australia though -_- I'll have a good look around my (unpacked) gear and update later. Cheers!

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    ***The Eberlestock J79 also is great carriers for compound bows!!! Well I never ended up shooting the bow I bought and then I moved back to NZ and got my firearms license... Basically you unzip the top and/or bottom load shelf flap and pass the bow through. You can also purchase an optional Bow Bucket from Eberlestock and go from there. It can also carry an AR style scabbard A4SS or scoped rifle scabbard A2LS both of which can be threaded through the bottom however the A2LS can be strapped to the side.


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