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Old 06-17-2011, 07:06 PM
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Default "Hellcat Packs" for sale $55



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You may have read the Post so graciously submitted by one of the members here on the forum about the Hellcat Pack. The credit goes to Enforcer for the name of this pack. He gives a nice tutorial on this forum about the pack.




The pack consist of a brand new woodland camo Medium Alice pack. The Pack has an internal pouch inside the main storage area of the Ruck. Three good size pouches are located on the outside for items that one frequently uses. All the components are hand selected. The frames are inspected and are in excellent condition. The Molle II shoulder straps and waist pad are the woodland upgrade components many have asked for. The shoulder straps are adjustable on the top and bottom quickly with pull straps. They include a sternum strap and quick release buckles. Finally, the pack is complete with the Modular Sleeping system carrier, also in woodland. This sleeping bag carrier adds lots of room for your sleeping bag to keep from taking up valuable space in the main ruck. The MSS carrier is easily removed should you wish to.

If you prefer to have the pack made with a large Rucksack, I have them in new condition as well. Components are limited. I dont have a lot of them. I assemble each pack personally and inspect all components. The price of the pack includes the assembly. If you ever assembled one, you know it takes a while to do so. I believe you would spend more to buy to the components seperately. I took care of the work for you.


If you would like to read more on these packs,You can view the link here
http://www.survivalistboards.com/sho...d.php?t=133430

Send me a PM with your zipcode for shipping information.

Check out my gear for sale on the forum.

Thank you,
Victor23

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Old 06-22-2011, 10:46 AM
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Vic..........how could you spring this pack on me when I was just starting to feel I was in control again.......I guess the only question I have is....is it easier to beg for forgiveness from the wife? .........or get permission?.......I say the former. I will be in touch on this one........... Lurch
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Having built mine from scratch, I'd say that this is an excellent deal. I'm tempted to grab one myself, but I need another ruck about as much as I need... the wife asking me why I think I need another ruck.
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Old 06-22-2011, 07:00 PM
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I am getting low on components so if you guys want one, dont wait too long. The straps and waist pads are really nice. The Ruck sacks are brand new. the rubberized coating on the rain flap is perfect.
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Old 06-23-2011, 01:44 AM
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I got one on the way can't wait to check it out and test it. As usual vic23 comes through with the goods
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I bought one and I've been tinkering around with it. Ill say I'm glad I Got it preassembled you can tell there's about 15 steps to make sure everything is in order.

The straps and the kidney belt really distribute the weight nicely. I'm loving it so far I may order another as a spare hiking setup.

This pack would suit someone who has a very far away BOL or as an INCH pack

I've only had to make two modifications.
1. A grab handle ouut of bradied paracord. (Easy)
2. Two pieces of knoted paracord for the lid pocket.

P.S. the shipping isn't too bad.

Victor23 hit me up if you have any large hellcats left.
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New here so I couldn't PM you.

Do you have any hellcats left?

Whats the total cost to ship to 28120?
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Oldschool,
I have several packs left. However, I am running out of woodland Molle Waist belts. I have several in ACU and DCU patterns. Shipping for you would be $12.

You can get the packs in Medium or Large rucks. The large rucks only come in Solid Green. Mediums come in your choice of Woodland or OD green.
Let me know if I can help you.
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Just got my woodand pack system from Victor23. This is a great supplier to deal with !

Thanks again !!!

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I'm looking for a cheap bug out bag for under $60 dollars that is pretty large.
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you have any more of these?
Old 07-10-2011, 08:26 AM
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CJKight,
You have lots of options. If you want a pack, The rifleman packs are large and you can get them for under $60. the Hellcat pack comes with a medium ruck or you can have it with a large ruck, Molle upgrades and sleeping bag carrier for $55. Very nice pack as well.

If you want something to organize your gear and put in your vehicle to get out of town, Look at this:
http://www.survivalistboards.com/sho...d.php?t=171716

I Have new Woodland Alice Packs with the shoulder straps for only $20 (no frame) or you can get a good used alice pack in large ruck for $20 with frame and all.
So you have lots of options.
Will send you a PM.
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sounds like a great deal

shipping on a Hellcat system to 75020 please
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Received mine the other day and overall I am pretty happy with it. Its a good comfortable pack that will do me just fine. Can't wait to load it up and take it for an extended hike. It was very clean for being used and all straps buttons ect were in good condition. I can a fit a good amount of gear and for the money spent I think its a good investment.

The only thing that turns me off a little is the carrier for my modular sleep system seems to be a little small for the bag. I did manage to get the bag in but it required some jamming. I'll try it a few more times down the road to see if there is a better way to get it in there.

Thanks again victor23
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Barkboy,
Are you using the compression bag before you put into the carrier? Another thing you can do is look at how many wraps the retention strap has on the cross brace of the frame. You may have to reduce it to one wrap instead of two. I know what your saying about the tight fit of the MSS carrier. They dont give you much to work with but the compression sack helps.
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:47 AM
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My Hellcat and sleeping system arrived on Monday and all I can tell you is that I just cant play with Vic23 any more.


Everything in great shape. What was not new, was barely used and all of it clean.

The only problem I could mention is that now I have to find a way to keep my money in my pocket instead of his.

Thanks again Vic and look forward to doing more trade with you soon.
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Do you have any left? I have been looking for a good BOB for awhile now and this may it. What is shipping to 35243?
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Do these come in the large ruck size for the same price and if so whats shipping to 77084?
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Do these come in the large ruck size for the same price and if so whats shipping to 77084?
Yes you can get these in medium or large. I have OD green medium too if you did not want the woodland. Same price for any Ruck size.

I have more components arriving to make the packs in a variety of patterns and sizes
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Got mine friday...

We cuddled last night

Still need some mods but that'll be easy enough
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