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shtfco
04-12-2013, 06:25 PM
Just got my Multicam Longs in today, Here is my pack with the bow attached and all parts. I definitely need to lighten my load so now the process of weighing and eliminating non essentials begins. I want to be under 45 lbs with food bow and all gear.

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Benny BC
04-12-2013, 08:00 PM
Nice rig mate. I've got a DT2 coming, is there any reason the side slot pockets couldn't carry what the long pockets can?

shtfco
04-12-2013, 08:21 PM
Nice rig mate. I've got a DT2 coming, is there any reason the side slot pockets couldn't carry what the long pockets can?

Nope the side pockets are actually bigger then the long pockets. The reason I want them though is for fast access and also they make a great day pack after you get to your spike camp. I hook them to the DT2 Belt on the sides and put my Nimrod Pinnacle in the back.

Benny BC
04-12-2013, 08:42 PM
Cool, cheers.

Bonasus
04-15-2013, 05:55 PM
You only think you are done. "It's my last drink, I promise!"

Woods Walker
05-02-2013, 09:14 PM
That looks good.

Randy
05-03-2013, 07:34 AM
The modularity is awesome.
I would think when it comes to the weight cutting I would leave the Nimrod pack at home. No question it's a great day pack, I've used one for years. But, with the Timberline would it make more sense to drop your base camp, just throw your day hunt gear and possibles in the pack, cinch it down and go? As one who is running a G1 Longhunter, I can fit nearly everything for a day in my top pocket and have the pack empty for that first full trip back to camp or the trailhead.

shtfco
05-03-2013, 08:25 AM
The modularity is awesome.
I would think when it comes to the weight cutting I would leave the Nimrod pack at home. No question it's a great day pack, I've used one for years. But, with the Timberline would it make more sense to drop your base camp, just throw your day hunt gear and possibles in the pack, cinch it down and go? As one who is running a G1 Longhunter, I can fit nearly everything for a day in my top pocket and have the pack empty for that first full trip back to camp or the trailhead.

The Pinnacle Bag doesnt weigh much at all and I use it to store my rain gear. If you look at the Timberline. There are 2 D links on the bottom. The nimrod Molle attachments fit right into those 2 Dlinks perfectly. Im still playing with my system. I can also put my Nimrod on the top and use it after I get to camp. I just cant do a full pack covering my back all day when Im hunting. Especially when its hot out. I have to have my Nimrod to keep my Back free. I am much more mobile with just my Pinnacle also.