response to my last thread: How much would you charge per pound?

squeekieslayer

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It was interesting to see how much people would pay to lose a pound of pack weight. Now the opposite, how much would a guy have to pay YOU for YOU to ADD 1 pound of weight to your pack?

How many pounds would you allow and for what total price?

can you tell I am bored?

Joe
 

Ross

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I would carry an extra 5 pds at 10$ a pd if not in snow and if in snow that price doubles:)
 

RosinBag

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I would carry what ever is needed to help someone out. It wouldn't matter if I knew them or not. If I come across someone in the wilderness that needs help with whatever, if I can help I will as long as they were responsible in their decision to come into the woods in the first place. If it was a medical issue I would help regardless.
 

Jimbob

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to help a buddy a few pounds no problem.

Now lets say I am going on a 5 day hunt and someone says they will give me straight cash to carry a few rocks the whole time, my price would be $50/pound. Maybe more depending on the trip and the terrain.
 
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