OCTOBER 6, 2016 10:05 AM

SamHuntVic Hunter’s Backpack Weight: 2.3kg Capacity: 50+ litres

Features Main compartment access all at once due to three sided zip closure. Rifle compartment central position for best weight distribution of the whole pack Can pack rifle barrel up or down and seal from the weather. In any case drain holes at the bottom. Easy access zipped compartment at the top for small items. Compression straps to hold contents in place in less than fully loaded pack. Plenty of attachment points for tying items to the outside of pack. Wide padded adjustable waist strap. Sectional padding on rear of the pack to match your back shape. Roll up and secure bottom of rifle compartment if not in use. Water bladder section. Two way adjustable padded shoulder straps.

This pack is large enough for use in backpack hunting and then light enough to use as a day pack with only essentials aboard. No need to carry in a second pack to your hunting area.

The rifle section will be appreciated for ease of carry of your firearm when not hunting. Proper weight distribution is most important when walking in mountainous areas.

Hints On Packing Your Remote Pack.

The SamHuntVic Remote pack is best packed whilst laying flat on the floor. The main part opens like a suitcase.

Pack your gear keeping in mind the items you will need first, once you get to your camp area. They will go in last.

Pack your spare clothes first, this also gives extra padding against your back. Heavier things to the middle and top of the pack like cooker, gas bottle, eating tools, ammo and any canned food. Last inside or on the outside of the pack is the tent and tarp. with the para. cord, it could be the first thing you need at your camp, shelter. Then stand the pack up and insert water bladder in the pocket on the zip close flap, side pocket items and insert your rifle, barrel up or down but with the bolt away from your back. Tie your sleeping bag in a waterproof bag on top of pack as high as possible. If you have a separate day pack, strap it to the outside of the main pack. However you can stow the rifle section out of the way and use this pack as your hunting daypack as well after leaving most of your gear at the camp. If the pack is not completely full then use the compression straps at the side to stop your gear from shifting inside the pack. The shoulder strap adjusting straps at the bottom can be a bit noisy when you bend over and pull them tight. Some lubricant like silicone spray or Dubbin rubbed on them will stop this especially if you are hunting and using it as a day pack with the rifle section stowed away. Use the small zippered section at the top for fire lighters, snacks, small first aid kit etc.

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