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This is a discussion on Maxpedition Falcon II--Concealed Carry Review within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I wish some of these backpack manufacturers made one truly build for hiking. They need to be slightly wider with a proper hip belt and ...

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    I wish some of these backpack manufacturers made one truly build for hiking. They need to be slightly wider with a proper hip belt and an accessible compartment that holds a holster securely. I have looked and looked with little luck. The search goes on and for now, I'll try to use a Safepacker off the backpack's hip belt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chandne View Post
    I wish some of these backpack manufacturers made one truly build for hiking. They need to be slightly wider with a proper hip belt and an accessible compartment that holds a holster securely. I have looked and looked with little luck. The search goes on and for now, I'll try to use a Safepacker off the backpack's hip belt.
    You talking about Max packs?? I agree only day hike but if you look at Kifaru, Mystery Ranch ect They are good hikers with a belt. I'm assuming you are talking tactical type hiking pack? i can load up mu Kifaru and it hardly feels heavy. Good belt carries all the weight. But I think thats not your question now that I re read it? I agree i don't carry in my pack anyway. I keep it on my belt or chest.. I like to have a quicker access.

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    I use a Kifaru Spike Camp as my hiker with a smaller Kifaru belt pouch as my holster. (when I want to stay concealed)....when bow hunting I put a holster directly on the belt for bear defense. I like the easy zipper access a belt pouch has to offer. Kifaru also offers one that opens with velcro for faster access on a chest pack. Haven't tried that one yet. They're expensive but with a lifetime warranty it's the last pack you'll buy. Mine has hunted/hiked for 10 years and doesn't have a tear on it. I tried the Kifaru Tactical packs but they were too heavy for my needs. If I were going to war that's what I'd choose though.

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    I have the MONSOON gear slinger that I've only used a couple times.

    The special pocket in the back for a gun is a pretty cool feauture.

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