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Thread: BowBat XL Opinions???

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    BowBat XL Opinions???

    Im tired of strapping my badlands to my summit and lugging it around. Wonder if the BowBat will eliminate the need for a backpack. I pretty much carry in knives, binocs, range finder, DDW spray, ropes, one call, 2 tree steps, water bottle, pruning shears, headlamp, flashlight, gloves, face mask nothing major

    Mathews DXT 28/63
    QAD Ultra Rest
    Sword Twilight Hunter
    Sims S Coil
    CX Maxima Hunter w/ NAP KillZone


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    I really like mine and I have it packed full. I tend to carry way too much into the field and the Bow Bat XL still allows me to do so. It can still be a bit of a pain to haul with a large climber on your back but it's a lot easier than the stand, a backpack and the bow.

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    yah anything to take any weight off the climber is going to be a plus. thats mainly what I am looking for though.
    Mathews DXT 28/63
    QAD Ultra Rest
    Sword Twilight Hunter
    Sims S Coil
    CX Maxima Hunter w/ NAP KillZone

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    bump
    Mathews DXT 28/63
    QAD Ultra Rest
    Sword Twilight Hunter
    Sims S Coil
    CX Maxima Hunter w/ NAP KillZone

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    any more?
    Mathews DXT 28/63
    QAD Ultra Rest
    Sword Twilight Hunter
    Sims S Coil
    CX Maxima Hunter w/ NAP KillZone

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    I have last years BowBat and I wouldn't go into the woods without it.
    It's the smaller version but it handles everything I need to bring with me on a hunt.
    One of the best pieces of gear I have ever bought.
    You won't be disappointed.
    I have always tempered my killing with respect for the game pursued. I see the animal not only as a target but as a living creature with more freedom than I will ever have. I take that life, if I can, with regret as well as joy, and with the sure knowledge that nature's ways of fang and claw or exposure and starvation are a far crueler fate than I bestow.

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