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Old 03-23-2012, 04:59 PM   #31
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Can you put a rifle easily on the side of that pack?
No, but for $12.00 a pack, I wouldn't be afraid to buy some nylon webbing and sew myself a place to hold a rifle.
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Old 03-23-2012, 05:49 PM   #32
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No, but for $12.00 a pack, I wouldn't be afraid to buy some nylon webbing and sew myself a place to hold a rifle.
Heres some pics of how a rifle straps to my pack.. You could probably make something similar...
The clip holds the sling swivel on the butt, the strap holds the foregrip and hooks to one of the shoulder straps for quick release of your rifle...
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Thats a neat rifle pack setup, never seen one like that, cool
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I don't remember what it's called, but mine is the same one the Marines use now (I think) (the one with the built in belt). I'll post a pic of it later.

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EMS external frame pack from and a modern body contouring climbing bag with lotsa lash points. Both pretty red! For the GHB, I have so many free daypacks and upgrade regularly. Some are better than others but I consider all basically disposeable tho good enough to get me where I wanna go...
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A bugout bag is a bag. A ruck is a ruck. Are we talking rucks or bugout bags?

This is what I think of as a bug-out bag

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And a good mountain ruck

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