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Thread: Eberlestock J34 "the one" pack

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    Eberlestock J34 "the one" pack

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Size:  187.3 KBbought in November, mostly because it has rifle scabbard.

    perfect condition- no tears- no rips-.
    has compartment for bladder! has compartment for keys and wallet!
    two vertical long zippered waterproof sections for gear
    one LARGE main section for meat.zips down/away when not in use.
    side compression straps and pockets for other stuff
    top lid pockets x 2
    webbing loops on outside for attaching shit
    comfy belt/harness system both are easily adjustable!

    this pack has a lot of common sense features that most packs dont have.
    why am i selling it? after using it on tops half dozen times i discovered i dont use the scabbard(need rifle in hand to stop me falling over and i have a bunch of other packs/daybags that sit there looking lonely.

    first offer over $450 takes it , thats at least $100 cheaper than retail.Retail is $550-$599

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    I have the same wheel barrow

    I have a smaller eberlstock and rate it.
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    good wheelbarrows aye? good to fill with ice, bit of water and a lot of beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANTSMAN View Post
    good wheelbarrows aye? good to fill with ice, bit of water and a lot of beer!
    Exactly what it was used for xmas day
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    Still here. Could be keen on swap for 308 suppresor, HRE or DpT or else swap for Ruger 10/22 , Marlin semi 22 , or 17hmr bolt rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Exactly what it was used for xmas day
    You never told me there was beer in your pack!! Will walk faster next time..............................

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    What does it weigh Ant?

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    Awesome packs.

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    What does it weigh? Full of beer. Prolly a shitload. Empty it's just over 3kg I think
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    Bump. $400 , no rips , no tears, all zips work fine, as new outta the shop. Heading for tard me this week
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    Could be interested if you drop the price a bit - have seen them on retail (here in NZ) for $495. Cheers

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    Pm me Shamus
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    bump $400 anyone? or swap +cash for a 2-10 or 3-14 dialable scope?
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