Cargo Panel

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then using 3-bar slider attach cargo panel to bottom of frame. I will sometimes use the higher attachment point to keep the weight higher.
 

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The next three (per side) are the side buckels and they are male 3 bar sliders to female buckles on the pack (two of which are those straps you added in the first step)
 

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The top strap is a female buckle 3 bar slider added to the pack and a male 3 bar slider from the cargo panel.
 

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For storing it I take one of these and attach it to the pack
 

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Then I completely detach the cargo panel. I remove the top two straps (male 3 bar sliders) and attach where the base of the cargo panel went
 

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Then I roll the bargo panel from bottom to top. I set the roll on the base of the pack and run the straps that I attached to base through the molle strap of the cargo panel and buckel it to the female buckels added in post #11. This ensures that the panel cant slip out and also allows you to secure clothing or what ever else you want, I have my guide jacket rolled up. I plan on adding a back pouch and #5 lock and load to the duplex and use this as my day hunting setup
 

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No problem I just got it friday so I am enjoying messing with my pack. It looks confusing when you first pull it out but after playing around with it for it bit you realize how versitile this pack can be.
 
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No problem I just got it friday so I am enjoying messing with my pack. It looks confusing when you first pull it out but after playing around with it for it bit you realize how versitile this pack can be.

Yes it is! I am actually sewing my own up so you helped me understand what was going on without owning one.
 
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Dont let Aron see this thread, Im pretty sure Im going to get in trouble now ;) I swear I didnt know Aron!

Haha you won't. Go check out the DIY section. There is a guy who made one on there. Thanks for your help though. Now I know how my soon to order grab it will work ha
 
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