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Recommendations … Budget sling pack for hunting / pesting

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    Blackpaw
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    Accuracy: +26

    Does any one have a recommendation / s for a budget sling pack, max $40.00 for more pesting or light hunting trips (a hour to 2 on familiar terrain)? Any heavier hunting (1/2 day to full day) I would use a backpack to carry more gear.  

    Specifications wanted:

    • 10-15 L in size
    • Holds 1/2 – 1 L bottle of water / thermos of coffee
    • Basic gear: knife some food, para-cord, multi tool (medium size), range finder, misc
    • Some what able to handle light rain / moisture

    Thanks

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    Harv24
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    Pack

    What I use, because I had it for day outings with the family back in the day.

    It's not overly large and has Molle straps so I can add small utility pouches to make accessing my call or the multi tool I have in there easy.

    I carry a small thermos, knife, stainless cup, first aid kit and water bottle.

     

    I know it's twice your price, but it has held up well over the years and mad in the USA.

     

    $40 will get you a cheaply made pack overseas that may or may not hold up well long term.

     

    Just my $.02

     

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    cea1960
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    These are the two I use for short hunts.  The bottle is for size comparison.  The smaller pack is actually for fishing tackle and came with small boxes that fit inside.  It can be worn over the shoulder or around the waist.  The side pocket is great for carrying a range finder.  The larger pack can carry a water bottle, lunch, and a brace of squirrels.  I picked them both up for less than $15 after hunting season when everything is on sale.  

    edit: the small bag was purchased at Rural King, and the larger bag at Walmart

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    balver
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    I suggest a murse. Widely dicussed here a few months ago. Solid choice.😆

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    Blackpaw
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    Thanks for the ideas. I found this little bag on Amazon, $14.00 and for short term use before I can get something better, or for just keep in truck, it will be fine.  Though, I have a bag I can use, the idea of hauling around a dairy isn't so appealing.

    Also, I ordered it in all black, easy and it has a small water bottle / thermos pouch.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083K7X2RR?psc=1&smid=AA7SLI43TZHVY&ref_=chk_typ_imgToDp

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