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By GhaMby
From Heaven
Nov 20, 2012

Ben B. wrote:
So if you found out Peter Metcalf was a cougar hunter, you'd toss all your BD stuff in the trash?



Their are a lot of reasons to throw BD stuff in the trash.


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By mozeman
Nov 25, 2012

MH super scrambler 30L had the old model until it had holes in the bottom but the new material is bomber


and yes you can fit a doubles rack, 12 quickdraws, harness (a beefy one at that), food, two nalgenes, jacket, headlamp, phone, wallet, etc in a 30L. Put the rope on top and your set. Considering I wouldnt say im a pro at packing I can see all of this MAYBE fitting into a 20L but it would be tight tight squeeze


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By NC Rock Climber
From The Oven, AKA Phoenix
Nov 25, 2012
tanuki

mozeman wrote:
MH super scrambler 30L had the old model until it had holes in the bottom but the new material is bomber and yes you can fit a doubles rack, 12 quickdraws, harness (a beefy one at that), food, two nalgenes, jacket, headlamp, phone, wallet, etc in a 30L. Put the rope on top and your set. Considering I wouldnt say im a pro at packing I can see all of this MAYBE fitting into a 20L but it would be tight tight squeeze


100% NOT trying to be a jerk here, but I would love to see you prove that in photos. I find at least 40L to be required for the equipment you describe, and would happily learn any tricks that would allow me to go with a smaller pack.


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By FrankPS
From Atascadero, CA
Nov 25, 2012

NC Rock Climber wrote:
100% NOT trying to be a jerk here, but I would love to see you prove that in photos. I find at least 40L to be required for the equipment you describe, and would happily learn any tricks that would allow me to go with a smaller pack.


I have the 30L MH Scrambler. I can fit everything described above, but I choose to wear my harness instead of packing it. Doubles to BD 3.5 and one #4. And it doesn't require any special packing techniques.


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By DannyUncanny
From Vancouver
Nov 25, 2012

I used to have a sub 1lb mec travel light pack that was supposedly 19 L but probably more like 25. I could fit a 70 m rope, rack, harness, shoes, a jacket, hat, gloves, first aid kit, sunglasses, guidebook, compass, headlamp all inside with a helmet and ice axe strapped to the outside. Unfortunately it got thrashed against the rocks.


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