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pa_yote_hunter 11-12-2012 02:33 PM

Backpack
 
Hey Guys,

Looking for a new pack for hunting and filming. The camera I take with me is a Canon 7d with two lenses, and a GoPro Hero 2. Right now what I have works, but if I add a tree arm like a Muddy Outfitter Arm I will not have any room. What packs do you guys like to use. I am looking at a Badlands 2200, but don't want something that is too big. Would you think a Badlands Super Day Pack or a Badlands Treestand Pack work?

I am open to any options. If you have any questions about my gear let me know.

scottycoyote 11-13-2012 07:56 AM

as my basement full of packs will testify too, ive tried many over the years, always in search of the newest and best. Ive looked at the badlands packs, they look like good kit. Id also look at ebearlstock, maxpedition, and kifaru. I dont think there is such a thing as one perfect pack, i have packs for different hunting situations. They do make some packs with addon features, so take that in consideration when you buy.

BigJoe79 11-27-2012 08:53 PM

Check out Tenzing as well as the brands mentioned above.

Birdhunter24 01-20-2013 06:04 AM

I'm a little late to the game here. I just added a Canon EOS Rebel T3i to my kit. I packed the body and two lenses (in my camera bag) inside my Badlands 2200 along with my hunting gear then used the outside straps to secure my lone wolf arm and climbing sticks. Worked like a charm, but my point is that my 2200 was full! I wouldn't recommend going any smaller.

Hope this helps!


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