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    Mountain hunting Gear lists everything in the pack for 5 plus days

    Gear lits for Mountain hunting for 10 days, here is my gear list.


    Description
    Weight - oz
    Weight - lbs
    Stone glacier sky 7400 pack also have mystery ranch opti fade pack 6500 cu inch
    123.2oz, Might be changing this up for 2018
    7.7 lb mystery ranch
    Kimber Montana 270 wsm with Swarovski 3-10x42 and tally rings/bases
    116.8oz
    8.3 lb
    10 days lunch and dinners with breakfasts, all mountain house 2 person meals, plus snacks
    137.6oz
    10.6 lb
    Ti Goat 7.5 with titanium liteoutdoors stove
    162.24oz
    5.5 lb
    Swarovski CT 85 with carbon fiber tripod
    82.08oz
    5.13.6 lb
    Zeiss conquest 15x45 and Swarovski range finder
    21.9oz
    1.36lb
    Big Agnes Moon hill
    33.92oz
    2.12lb
    exped down mat and foam pad
    20 oz
    1.2lb
    Jet boil sumo titanium 1.8 LT with 3 cans fuel with titanium long spoon
    1 collapsible silicone bowl with titanium spoon/ also knife/ fork/ spoon
    31oz
    1.93lb
    Sitka downpour lite pants/ jacket, kelvin pants / jacket I wear mountain pants and merino wool top hanwag boots
    84.48oz
    5.28lb
    Panasonic lumix HD w/ batteries
    16oz
    1. lb
    1 box Salt
    35.2oz
    2.2 lb
    victorinox paring and Havalon Piranta Skinning Knife with 12 blades
    0.6oz
    .037lb
    Aluminum bottle 1.5 L full
    35.2oz
    2.2lb
    Sea to Summit Thermal Reactor (15?)
    8.5oz
    .53lb
    socks (3), under ware(3), t shirt (3)
    20oz
    1.25 lb
    Bandaids, matches bic , tylenol tabs, toridol tabs
    0.35oz
    .0218lb
    what a saw with meat blade and 2 wood blades
    19.2oz
    1.2 lb
    Fenix 1000 lumens? head lamp w/extra batteries
    8.55oz
    .212lb
    Package of 30 yards para cord General use and tying items onto pack
    0.3oz
    .187 lb
    1 package of baby wipes 1 zip lock bag can also let these dry to save weight
    8.6oz
    .537 lb
    Can split up some gear if another person comes along

    Total
    952 oz =
    59.50 lb


    always tweeting for a lighter pack

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    I don't know what a lot of those things are that you listed, but Im wondering bout ammo, compass
    Last edited by RJW; 12-19-2017 at 04:28 PM.

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    IF it were me,

    Ditch the salt.
    Ditch the wood stove.

    Where is your water and water filter?
    Personally I need 1/2-2/3 gallon of water per day of average hunting. Water is 8lbs a gallon. HAVE A PLAN.

    Add a hand full of almonds per day to you food list.

    And for the love of god dont let the baby wipes dry out!! Where is your dignity sir!? lol
    Last edited by mallardsx2; 12-21-2017 at 09:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJW View Post
    I don't know what a lot of those things are that you listed, but Im wondering bout ammo, compass
    Shells are in the gun weighs 3 in the gun 5 in the pocket, no compass, everything here is either up or down, we know the area we hunt very well , valleys are big 2-3 miles from flat ground to 5 to 7000 ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by mallardsx2 View Post
    IF it were me,

    Ditch the salt.
    Ditch the wood stove.

    Where is your water and water filter?
    Personally I need 1/2-2/3 gallon of water per day of average hunting. Water is 8lbs a gallon. HAVE A PLAN.

    Add a hand full of almonds per day to you food list.

    And for the love of god dont let the baby wipes dry out!! Where is your dignity sir!? lol
    always water to re wet the baby wipes, i like the idea of almonds to get more protein.

    We start hunting here August 25 every year for Bighorns it could be warm as can be or snowing on us, at times same day, stove is great to have to dry/warm up in the tent, and we use the jetboil to purify the water so no life straw in our packs

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    60 lbs is getting up there in weight for a 5ish day hunt. Hopefully once you are packed in you are hunting from a base camp each day? With all your gear you ought to be comfortable. I can see several ways you could cut a chunk of lbs off your weight. Do you intend on sleeping under the stars? I don't see a tent mentioned?

 

 

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