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  1. #31
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    Default Re: The 14r

    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    Recently got a 14r. Figured Id start a thread for 14r owners to share pictures, ideas, loadouts, and experiences regarding the pack.
    steveb (and others), now that you've put some miles on it I am curious which access you use most frequently, thru the top lid or the front zip?

  2. #32
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    Default Re: The 14r

    Gobbler,

    I access it more frequently through the top, but those times I want something from the bottom that zipper is damned handy!
    "Me got no house; me all time moving; light fire, make tent, sleep; all time go hunt, how have house?"

    --Dersu Uzala
    Sihote'-Alin Range, Ussuria, 1902



    www.tenkaratracks.com

  3. #33
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    Default Re: The 14r

    thanks for the feedback Sawtooth, that's what I was guessing

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    I also am not a fan of the 3 bar slider attachment method into the PALS matrix but found a Kifaru One Wrap threaded thru the 3 bar slider (after 3 bar slider is "folded back" over webbing loop)and under the Pals webbing loop really solidifies the connection and can not accidentally come undone. Just cut about a 1/4" off the Kifaru One Wrap as they are a bit too long.
    Last edited by scsc; 05-15-2018 at 05:28 AM.

  5. #35
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    I'm watching this thread as I'm thinking about dropping on a 14'R. I'll wait until the Whitetail pack comes out and make a decision then.

    On the Europe walking thing and mindful of Brexit, Scotland enjoys the right to roam (no trespassing laws on land by foot). You have to be careful in the grouse and deer season. We also have a network of unofficial huts called Bothy's. Free to stay, no food/drink available unless you bring it. I don't think you'd get days of walks in, the Appalachian trail it is not, but you'd get some good walks in a beautiful country (and me an Irishman). If you like whisky then tailor your walks to hit some distilleries.

    By the way does anyone have any idea if the old style top zip hybrid pockets will hit the mark on the 14'R webbing for three bar sliders?

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