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  1. #26
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    That was a great write-up with some awesome pics!

  2. #27
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    What a great adventure!
    Fear the beard....

  3. #28
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    Great write up and pic's. Your smart to go now and not wait until you think you have the extra time and money.

    Congrats,
    Dan

  4. #29
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    Looks like some good memories made there!

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    Way to make it happen! Life’s too short not to do things while you can. Looks like a great trip!

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    Cool post and report. Thanks.
    HD

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    Quote Originally Posted by wllm1313 View Post
    Big gear winners from the trip were ....., solo hunter rifle cover (actually kept my rifle pretty dry while crossing a river in a pack raft), ....
    Could you tell me more about this? Is it fairly rugged or closer to a stitched Tyvek? Noisy? Has me curious.

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    Way to go! Too many people dream of trips like that without actually doing them. Thanks for sharing your trip with us.
    Made in Montana

  9. #34

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    Congrats. Wonderful trip and great write-up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtmiller View Post
    Could you tell me more about this? Is it fairly rugged or closer to a stitched Tyvek? Noisy? Has me curious.
    This is the one I got...had it a couple of years now but his was it's first time in really foul weather. My rifle has a boyd stock and a blued barrel and action... so I was a bit worried about water damage in AK. The outside is a cordura or cordura like fabric that has a strong elastic band woven into it, the inside has some sort of plastic coating. I figured it was better than nothing, and because it was full length went with it over the rapid X cover. I had my rifle in my lap in the packraft with the barrel in the bottom sitting in a pool of water and the stock getting constantly splashed. When we got off the river the cover was soaked, I pulled it off and to my surprise the scope, action, and barrel were bone dry.

    Definitely rugged, pretty darn quiet... maybe not as quiet as neoprene. Way burlier than Tyvek, like I said I think it's cordura... very similar feel to my backpack, held up well in oak brush in CO and devils club in AK.


    https://solohntr.com/product/mtn-lit...e-cover-stone/

    rapid x
    https://store.themeateater.com/colle...id-rifle-cover

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    Heck of a trip. Congrats!

  12. #37

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    Awesome trip.... Looks like you had a ton of fun. Thanks for sharing.

  13. #38
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    Great story thanks for sharing

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    Excellent write up & story. Looks like a banner time.
    get over it commies..
    JWP58

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    That looks like a fun trip. Thanks for sharing.
    Every day I'm hustlin'....

    Hell is coming to breakfast.

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    Very well done!! Thanks for sharing!

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