Looking for a lightweight scouting pack

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  1. BadKarma

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    Im looking for a lightweight scouting pack. im considering the maxpedition falcon ii, camelbak linchpin, camelbak trizip, or a mystery ranch dragon slayer, big sky, or snap dragon. im thinking the linchpin?
     
  2. el Toro

    el Toro I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Why not go for versatility with a MR Crew Cab?
     
  3. BadKarma

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    im actually thinking about that. i was thinking the mr wolf alpha or kifaru zxr, but i think ill just settle on just the crew cab. its a little heavier for what i want for a scout pack but that aint the biggest issue.
     
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    Are you going to be hauling a tripod and 15s? Are you scouting over night for multiple days? If you are a looking for a one day pack, you gotta go with a fanny pack style, like the Black's Creek. But, if you are humpin a tripod, you may as well go with a pack that will also pack meat.
     
  6. Vermonster

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    Just to throw in my $.02, at the beginning of last season, I won a Badlands Reactor pack. It worked out great for me, has some good storage space, and a good size water bladder in it. It's a great day pack, and I think last year was around $75, so peobably cheaper now.
     
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    el Toro I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Its only heavy on paper. Once its on your back it handles a load better than anything else I've tried.
     
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    badlands packs i use the 2800
     
  9. BadKarma

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    im really liking the MR CC and kifaru zulu. but for a true scout pack im likeing camelbak (for those of you who follow these things camelbak and MR have a partnership of some kind, aka, futura harness).
     
  10. BadKarma

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    whats yalls thoughts on the new tenzing packs?
     

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