REQUEST: Is there anybody that has purchased a rifle mount in the past that would be willing to loan one back to us for a little while?
If so, please shoot us an e-mail and we'll follow up with you. Thanks so much!
SAM, MELISSA, SAMANTHA AND AMBER KOLB
CALL: 208 798 3299
MAIL: Bull Pacs, Inc., 13504 NE 84th St., Suite 103-192, Vancouver, WA 98682
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THE REGULAR or XXL BULL-PAC ADAPTED FOR the A.L.I.C.E pack.
NEW SHOULDER STRAPS WITH LOAD LEVELER ADJUSTMENT!
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BUILD TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS. (Minimum Order Applies)
Premium pack frames for serious hunters,
Actually, any man who carries a cargo or utility pack and wants to do so comfortably.
Developed, designed and built by Idaho elk hunters!
Your BULL-PAC is the last pack you'll ever buy!
Lower profile. Shelf is rigid in beavertail position. Only available in XXL width.
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8 OZ natural cotton
Camelback 45 oz hydro system
Camelback 100 oz hydro system
|Extension - $49
Covers - $29
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the BULL-PAC as the one piece of hunting equipment that you will never
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Our pack frame is built with your back's safety and comfort in mind. It is designed to keep the load's center of gravity low on your back, so the weight is equalized between the shoulder straps and the belt. Ideally, the belt should ride on or, very nearly on, your beltline. Snug up that belt TIGHT, so it can assume its share of the load. After you tighten the belt, buckle the sternum strap so the pads come straight over your shoulders. Bring the pads forward and down so the sternum strap actually is at sternum level. This brings the pack in close to your back at the top as well as at the belt. Tightening the long straps at the bottom of your shoulder pads brings the pack forward . The loops at the bottom of your pack frame give you a grip to relieve the load as you tire. We've used them a lot on long packs or steep canyon packs.
NOTE: If you are using the Load Leveler shoulder pads. This is a SECONDARY adjustment for your shoulder pads. Always follow the above direction first to position the pack correctly on your back.
Your pack should feel like an extension of your back, not just something hanging on you so snug it up tight. We hope you will get more satisfaction and less pain as you pack.
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