Attaching the Weapon Carrier to hold your bow
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Attaching the Weapon Carrier to hold your bow

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Attaching the Weapon Carrier to hold your bow takes only a matter of seconds.  Keeping things simple and clean we use the same ladder lock buckle that the bottom webbing straps are attached to.  You simply lace the bow carrier webbing through the same path as the pack webbing, set the height you want the carrier to be and leave it.  Once you drop the bow in you can secure it over the limb with the locking buckle and your good to go.

Step One:

Take the carrier webbing (shown in Foliage so you can see it) and run it behind the

pack webbing through the buckle.  Image 2 shows up close up.

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Step Two:

Follow the pack webbing path back down through the ladder lock and pull tight.

This is when you can set the height of the carrier to whatever you need.  If riding a horse or

motorcycle you can set it high for clearance.  If hiking through dense brush you can set it low for head

clearance.

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Step Three:

Do the same exact thing on the opposite side looping the webbing through

Following the path of the bag webbing.

Side note: Depending on your bow / cam configuration you can set the carrier at an

angle so that the cam will sit better in the pocket.  

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Step Four:

Put the cam of your bow into the pocket and secure the bow to the pack with the

upper and if you want lower pack compression straps.

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Step Five:

We highly recommend securing the the bow to the pocket with the locking strap.

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Done:

With the cam in the pocket, the upper compression strap around the riser and

the locking strap in place your bow will be extremely secure and ready to hike in.

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Note:

You can also do this exact same set up for a rifle if needed.

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Lastly:

When not in use you can loosen the straps and quickly tuck the carrier in

between the bag and frame as shown in the next two photos.

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