HPG In Use

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  1. Hammer

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    Agreed.

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    Nice man. I think I want to try out an Aston Panel for my Lindi. Love how it looks and it adds a lot of versatility too.
     
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    Nice man. I think I want to try out an Aston Panel for my Lindi. Love how it looks and it adds a lot of versatility too.
     
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    Just scored a v1 original kit bag for a steal (had some damage that has been repaired). I hope to finally be contributing to this thread soon
     
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    Haven't had a chance to actually use it yet, but I just received the new Snubby Recon kit bag in today's mail. I'm now waiting on a size small Leupold bino pouch to mount on it. Once I put them together I'll have a smaller setup for my 10x30 binos. Prolly throw my LCRx 3" .22 in and keep it light. Should be able to post a pic soon.

    I already have a Recon kit bag with an HPG medium bino pouch for my 10x42 binos. Something smaller and lighter to keep in the truck will be handy.
     
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    While i dont have photos a HPG Connor pack is awesome on a kayak. The outer flaps i used to help secure it to the boat. Used a dry sack for the "dont get wetables".
     
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    Got a medium mountain serape to play with this winter etc. I think it will be a great early season quilt and an awesome over layer during hunting season. Also, may use it to supplement my other quilts during dead of winter. Ill snap some pics tomorrow.
     
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    This was from last weekend's hike. I now see why you guys love these kit bags so much. 20190727_144942.jpg
     
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    really looking forward to your thoughts on the Serape. (pics too ;) )
     
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    Umlindi is king.
     
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    Until it gets colder i wont have much to say. I will say for its size and i got the medium its perfect for me. Im a small guy and i can cover my head with it. Wearing it as a great coat is awesome. I can feel the warmth being reflected similar to an anorak tightened up around the legs.

    Id be like to test it compared to my down over-quilt this winter.

    Meant to get pics yesterday and forgot in all the sewing. Soon.
     
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    Is there a thread where people discuss what they carry in their kit bags that I've overlooked?
     
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    Not that im aware of.
     
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    Thank you! The first one is the one I was looking for.
     
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    Anybody have a foliage Connor they want to sell. I traded mine for an umlindi. Love the umlindi, but would like another Connor also.
     
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    Yall see the Coyote knife by LT wright and HPG? Sexy.
     
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    Where is this photo you speak of?
     
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    Very nice, traditional look.
     
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