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I'd like to know who here is familiar with the Bugout bag. I had a regular bugout bag and recently bought the long range assual

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  • rudyglove27
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  • rudyglove27
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    "Just One backpacks" combine versatility and performance... Made to go out light and come back heavy, they perform equally well as daypacks or as freighters...(Eberle Stock)!!!

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  • patch 1010
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    Try Eberly stock. Great bags. We use them over in the desert.

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  • CPT BRAD
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    If its a day hike I don't like over 30-40 pounds. I like to walk not have my back killing me in 3-4 hours. I like the daypack design vs. the frame pack of course we all know with the ALICE we could carry a lot more and stay comfortable with 50-70 pounds. The point is I'm not a turtle now and don't have to carry my house on my back. I like it at around 40 no more.
    To Christian the Bug out bag is what all the PXs here in the south carry and most over seas.

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  • sere9501
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    Also what do you personally consider heavy? 60, 80, 100 pounds?

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  • sere9501
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    Brad, depending on the load you have to carry I like the Blackhawk 3 day assault ruck to carry gear on the trail. I have not used the Bugout bag. Is that an actual model and if so, what company? thanks.

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  • Christian Emter
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    what the heck is a Bugout bag.

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  • I'd like to know who here is familiar with the Bugout bag. I had a regular bugout bag and recently bought the long range assual

    I'd like to know who here is familiar with the Bugout bag. I had a regular bugout bag and recently bought the long range assualt. I really like them and have had three so far. The reason I bought the long range is that it has 4 outside pockets plus the regular bugout bag. The pockets come in REALLY handy for lights, mags, food, first aid, whatever. The problem is that it is about 6-8 inches deeper than the regular bugout, which when packed out is very heavy. The question is do you have any suggestions for an excellent pack?

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