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    Kingstider,
    That is a great sidesaddle!
    And..it is fully adjustable and universal.
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    ^^^^... Now that's funny, but obviously not practical. I'm of the opinion that you can never have too much ammo. If you have room to carry it (without adding excessive weight) bring it!
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    I use a lot of mil surp pouches. Both cheap and tough. For the 1894 lever and 12g I just half fill them with loose rounds. That simple.
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    I like carrying a military pack.
    Didn't know about the integrated rifle rest.
    way cool.
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    I purchased a PUSH pack a while back. It is a nice possibles that is comfortable for long treks.
    My wife says, "nice purse." She got one also for just that. LOL!

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    I can’t stand flopping stuff on my side. I took a guard belt and made shoulder straps for it. I have web pouches for what I need at the time that can be switched out as needed. Actually detest anything hanging on me, learned that in army from having to hump gear around.
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    I'm done here...enjoy your tacticool hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUZZLEDUSTER View Post
    Kingstider,
    That is a great sidesaddle!
    And..it is fully adjustable and universal.
    Thanks I even used tactical rubber bands too!

    Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape.


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