Water bladder on bino harness

BCoker

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Does anyone carry their water bladder on their bino harness with a backpack? I'm thinking of crafting one up using one of the lower profile bladders so that if I drop pack to put a stock on my water is with me all the time.

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fishdart

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Haven't bought it yet, but Kuiu has released a bladder holder to attach to their PRO bino harness.
 
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BCoker

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Thanks I'll have to look at those. Right now I've been leaning toward the Source Tactical Razor because it looks like it is really low profile. Right now I am using a shoulder holster I made mashed up to an alaska guide creations bino pouch and thought I might be able to adapt that to fit

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Tahoe1305

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The kuiu water holder is awesome and has a bit of space for other stuff like a half day worth of food.

Additionally with very easy modification (sew two small straps) it works with other bino harnesses as well. I wore it with my AGC (although the back support was a little wide to fit through the hole in the pack it still worked ok) and it fits perfectly with the outdoor vision harness. I’m sure there are some others it will fit with as well.

Pretty tough to beat that set up for a drop the pack and go stalk for a few hours minimalist rig.
 

Blacktail_Packer

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I have b a buddy that just bought the kuiu setup, it’s be about perfect for dumping your pack for a stock or if your hunting from the truck kind of spot and stock... that’s be a good starting point for ideas
 

MattB

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I hike with the Kuiu quite often, pretty nice piece. It will fit about 2.5L of water in my Big Zip and I can add some food/ personal gear and strap a jacket or poles outside.
 
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