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    Carjani rutsac

    Had a nice wee prezzy dropped off today. Sent from Switzerland.


    https://youtu.be/fe3BnFqlhYI

    Mate looked after a Swiss fella while hunting in NZ and liked what he saw.
    Fella carted a cham exactly like they do in the attached youtube clip.
    So the good bastard ordered a couple and gave me one.😆

    Has rifle scabbard, built in rain cover, spotting scope pouch, camelback pouch heaps of other practical pockets and bits.
    Easily fit 4-5 days worth of gear and tucker in it.

    Pack will be great for lugging heads and headskins without having to shift gear in main pocket. I reckon I could easily carry a yearling the way it was designed as well.

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    I'll give you one average bottle of whisky for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    I'll give you one average bottle of whisky for it
    I like average whiskey but it would be only fair to at least try the pack out.😆


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    Thanks I'll have a look into those! With luck should be able to find them in the U.K.
    R93 have you filled it up yet and tried it on yet for comfort fit etc.
    Would you buy one for yourself? (Even though you already have that on the floor )

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    Just looked at the video.

    Easy translation is...... tire the animal vet tight....then unzip and place the animal in the space on the game cover.....adjust the straps down tight on the animal.....mount pack and adjust for you.....your can then take the game cover off an clean.....no compromise!


    Nice looking and king set up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Thanks I'll have a look into those! With luck should be able to find them in the U.K.
    R93 have you filled it up yet and tried it on yet for comfort fit etc.
    Would you buy one for yourself? (Even though you already have that on the floor )
    No I haven't. Just got it today.
    It is 37L and I can live out of a 40L for 5 days and this has more pockets and space imo. I intend to mainly use it on day missions etc but will see if I like it for longer hunts.
    If the stitching on the shoulder straps holds up, (not that it shouldnt) I can see it being very practical and getting a lot of use.



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    Hope the translation helps pestered the wife for it she rolled her eyes and then said you should get one guess she might be feeling guilty that she brought more than me in the hunting store the other day but then you should never look a gift horse in the mouth ah
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    Yup translation helped. My German is limited to Hogans Heros level😆

    I have been studying it a bit waiting for the Crusaders game to start.
    The more I look at it the more I like it. I have no idea what they cost.
    But being German made I doubt it is cheap.
    I might load it up and go for a hunt tomorrow arvo.

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    10yr glenmorangie

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    Just looked at cost 349ch which is around $498.49nz.
    R93 Would you spend that much one our similar in NZ?
    I see on the website that they have two other models a lite one and a mode range one 36lt and 37lt respectively a little cheaper.
    Would you use the carcass carrier bit?
    Good luck with the game

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    Yeah I wouldnt hesitate to spend that much on a pack if I rated it. Having only just got this as a gift I am not complaining.


    Yup I can see me using the carcass bit for small deer, heads and headskins when carrying stuff off the hill for clients etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
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    Helped finish a bottle of that last week.

    Wasn't bad at all. 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Yeah I wouldnt hesitate to spend that much on a pack if I rated it. Having only just got this as a gift I am not complaining.


    Yup I can see me using the carcass bit for small deer, heads and headskins when carrying stuff off the hill for clients etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Got to love generosity so makes the world a nicer place.
    Yup. Fair to say I was gobb smacked when you posted up the price😆

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    guess you owe him a few BIG whiskeys
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