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Orion

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Reply with quote  #51 
How I carry my arrows depends a lot on where and when I hunt.  Day hunts, where I know my way around, I usually use a back quiver and can carry most everything else I need in a small fanny pack or my pockets.  In the mountains out West, packed in, it's a different story.  

I use a Bison Gear "fanny pack" out there.  It's called a fanny pack, but is large enough to carry as much as most rucksacks. The additional clothes, raingear, small, light tarp, game bags, etc., to deal with sudden severe changes in weather, get an elk out of the woods, or stay out over night, which I've done on occasion, just won't fit in a small fanny pack. The contents of my pack are based on experience, some not so pleasant.  Can't just walk back to the truck if it starts to rain, sleet, snow and blow, particularly when it does it for days on end   I've damn near died a few times when I wasn't adequately prepared.I can use a back quiver with the Bison Gear pack, but I find a bow quiver more convenient.  Yep, a Selway looks fine and works well on a Hill. Whatever floats your boat.  [biggrin]
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Reply with quote  #52 
Pat... what a coincidence, I've been working on the laser sight idea in my spare time. Right now I've put it in the end of the stabilizer and that seems the ideal spot. Working on a few other improvements as well.

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A lumbar pack like the ones Bison Gear makes, or KOM, works very well with a back quiver when you need extra gear. Quite well.


This is what I use. My shoulder quiver works great with my Bison Gear pack!


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I use a haversack with my back quiver (have a small one for early season and a larger Bison Gear for late season-when needing more stuff)

also have a larger than needed Bison Gear Lost River fanny pack if extended stay hunts

The little one Three Rivers sells  is about the right size for most things I do

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Here’s the KOM pack. Bought in 1994 and still in service today.

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