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    Default Home made pack.

    Here is something I whipped together for 3.25 cents. its not the sturdiest thing, but it works alright for what I need it for. My grandpa is teaching me to make tools and bows and do wood working with out using power tools, so, I figures why not-not use power tools for this? I think it was alot more satasfying.





    I found to saplings that were slightly bent at the base, and files them down so they fit nice and snug, then bored holes in it with a hammer and a special nail I use for such things.


    and stuck nails on the side so I could strap stuff onto it.


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    cool pack,very nice too just carry meat or some gear in

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    Can't beat the price and looks like it will work just fine.
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    Thanks! I am gonna put some "hooks" in the bottom of the pack so I can use it to pack meat, maybe put a little money into it and put some sort of this cushion on it so when I am packing meat I don't completely kill my back.

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