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Re: paradox 4800

Postby kevin_t » Thu Oct 02, 2014 2:16 pm

Great photos thanks for sharing ? Is that private land ? It looks much lower than where we can chase them now
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Re: paradox 4800

Postby Nathan C » Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:09 pm

That is AWESOME. Mom packing the kid plus elk? You're a lucky man. Really lucky.


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Re: paradox 4800

Postby sneek-ee » Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:51 pm

She had the baby on front on a little kid carrier. and the head on her paradox 4800.
That was her first packout with her new pack, she loves it.
She's a real trooper!!

We were about 3-3.5 miles back in. There is a trail in, which made it much easier on us for the most part.
Kevin, it's all public ground. About 7500-8000 ft where we were.
They actually consider it "wilderness area" because of bears and wolves...
Just a general unit here in Wyoming close to Yellowstone.
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Re: paradox 4800

Postby sneek-ee » Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:57 pm

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Re: paradox 4800

Postby kevin_t » Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:52 pm

Great photos can we share them on Facebook ? Did you gift your paradox to her ?
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Re: paradox 4800

Postby sneek-ee » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:23 pm

Kevin, feel free to share any photos you'd like.
She said she's posted on your page before.
I dont have a Facebook, she does that.

I have my paradox pack! Won't give that away. Mine was loaded with half an elk, deboned. Terrible pack out.. She had the baby on front and head on back.
We bought her one this summer off of rokslide. New, some guy never used it.
Hers came with a 4800 tan silnylon and the multicam bags. I just have the multi cam 4800 that I've used the heck out of.

Hers has different straps and attachments than mine does. I'm thinking of sending it in to you guys.. Even the fabric on the shoulder straps are different than mine.
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Re: paradox 4800

Postby kevin_t » Fri Oct 03, 2014 6:55 am

I know which pack you speak of. That is V1 harness vs yours which is a V2. You can order the harness as a V2 and should be good. You will probably prefer the new V2 for yourself, as we added an inch in length as well (better for tall people)
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Re: paradox 4800

Postby sneek-ee » Wed Oct 15, 2014 11:15 pm

Easton's first deer hunt!
Mom was able to connect with this buck just before dark, while dad watched from a ways off with baby.

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Re: paradox 4800

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Re: paradox 4800

Postby Nathan C » Thu Oct 16, 2014 4:44 am

That is awesome! Pretty much ends the "can't go hunting because junior is too small" argument. Great to see a family getting out there together.


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