1. Mystery Ranch's Metcalf 2015


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    Andrew from Mystery Ranch gives us the video tour of the Mystery Ranch Metcalf 2015

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    • Mystery Ranch | 6500


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      • Mystery Ranch Backpacks | Metcalf


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        http://www.mysteryranch.com/hunting/nice-frame-packs/nice-metcalf-pack http://www.mysteryranch.com/hunting/hunting-pack-accessories/nice-metcalf-pack-only Named after the 254,000 acre Lee Metcalf Wilderness just south of Bozeman, Montana, this is the minimalist hunter’s go-to pack. From day trips to week long adventures, the Metcalf does it all. The NICE Metcalf incorporates a top loading shroud with a full length side access zipper entry. Ten compression straps ensure your load is never going to loosen or shift, regardless of the weight. Fully expanded, with the Alpine Lid the bag reaches 4200 cubic inches, fully compressed you won’t even know it’s there. With the bag operating as an attachment for the carbon/fiberglass NICE Frame you can haul out your harvest between the bag and frame without having to drop any of your gear. For 2014 we decreased bag weight and added a few new features like an exterior detail pocket and an overload shelf. As always, Mystery Ranch’s time tested sewing standards reinforced with a lifetime warranty ensure this pack will handle whatever you can throw at it, season after season. VOLUME: 4200 Cu-In WEIGHT: 2lbs 13 oz(Bag&Lid) 7lbs 1oz(On Frame) INTENDED USE: Expeditions, Day Hunts, Backpack Hunts FRAME SYSTEM: NICE Frame Features: Overload Shelf - attached shelf creates area between frame and bag for meat or extra gear carriage. Exterior detail pocket for headlamps, maps, keys, batteries. Detachable Alpine Lid: 2 Pockets, 2 Accessory straps for day pack carry. Complete Package Includes: NICE Metcalf Bag NICE Frame(Yoke & Waistbelt) Alpine Lid Lift Kit (Medium & Large Yokes Only)

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          This short film sums up why I am a proud member of the Mule Deer Foundation. Produced in cooperation with the Bridger Bucks Chapter here in Bozeman.

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          • Progressive Hose Pack


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            Progressive Hose Pack building and deployment, RT-130 2013. The name Ventura Pack was used to distinguish it from our other VCFD hose pack during transition from our old pack. The pack is based on a common loading method used throughout wildland firefighting, It most closely resembles the Travis Pack. The pack is unique in its design, it was manufactured by Mystery Ranch Packs, it met our desire to move away from simple doughnut rolled hose packs to a true progressive pack.

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            • Mystery Ranch | Hot Shot Packs


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              http://www.scribd.com/doc/149189912/Mystery-Ranch-Fire-Catalog http://www.mysteryranch.com/fire/hotshots-packs Mystery Ranch Hot Shot Packs: Hot 3: http://www.mysteryranch.com/fire/hotshots-packs/hot-3-pack Hot Top: http://www.mysteryranch.com/fire/hotshots-packs/hot-top-pack

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              • Big Hourglass, CB Extremes 2014


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                This is POV footage of my finals run in the Big Hourglass venue at Crested Butte Mountain Resort. Score: 89, good for 2nd place! Many thanks to Crested Butte Mountain Resort Tecnica Blizzard Eider Julbo Voormi Mystery Ranch

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                • Mystery Ranch | RATS PACK


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                  http://www.mysteryranch.com/military/military-medical-packs/rats-pack http://www.scribd.com/doc/168704516/Mystery-Ranch-RATS-Pack-BVS Mystery Ranch RATS PACK BVS The newly redesigned Rapid Access Trauma System (RATS) pack is a frontline medic bag whose every detail is focused on quick, one-handed access to organized medical supplies. There are multiple trauma shears and tourniquet holders throughout and large reinforced handles for hanging the pack on branches or inside of helicopters. It’s sized so that when mounted on the NICE Frame, there is room below the pack for carrying litters or hydraulic combi tools. Inside the RATS are four removable pockets with clear vinyl windows and two IV bag pockets. The RATS also features removable BVS that optimizes the pack for use with or without body armor. VOLUME: 1800 cu-in (30l) WEIGHT: 6 lbs 5 oz (2.9kg) DIMENSIONS: 19"x11"x7" (48cm x 28cm x 18cm) INTENDED USE: Medical FRAME SYSTEM: Futura Yoke and NICE Frame

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                  • Mystery Ranch | COMM 3


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                    http://www.mysteryranch.com/military/comm-packs/nice-comm-3-bvs-pack http://www.scribd.com/doc/168704506/Mystery-Ranch-COMM-3-BVS Mystery Ranch NICE COMM 3 BVS The COMM3 system is Mystery Ranch’s new modular communicator’s pack system. A modular version of our COMM2 System can be carried together on the NICE frame or on their own. The main radio compartment secures the PRC117F or G variants, PRC119F, 152s or ASIP radios and can be carried alone with its built-in shoulder straps. The removable laptop bag holds a Toughbook19 and has cable storage and ports for running cabling to the radio. Sustainment gear is handled with the Hitchhiker and Daypack lid -both with shoulders straps to carry separately. The whole system is mounted on the NICE BVS frame for stability with body armor. The modular NICE COMM3 system is ready to adapt to your changing missions. SET INCLUDES: NICE COMM3 Radio Bag NICE COMM3 Laptop Case NICE COMM3 Battery Pocket NICE Daypack Lid Hitchhiker KDU Pocket SAT Pocket

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                    • Elk Mountains Season Opener 2013-14


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                      After a couple weeks of a solid winter weather pattern that brought light snow to the high peaks around Crested Butte, winter arrived in a hurry when a big system left us with a few inches in town and several feet in the Irwin and Paradise Divide areas. On Saturday, October 19, 2013, Rob Dickinson, Adam Buckwalter, Matt Evans, Jack Weise, Mark Mikos, and myself headed out to one of our favorite zones for our first day of the 2013-14 ski season. Fueled by reports of deep snowpacks and mid-winter powder on protected aspects, we made quick work of the 2,500' skin and arrived on top of a set of lines that we usually don't ski until at least mid March. Amazed at our luck, we picked the two that appeared the deepest and dropped into couloirs filled with deep, supportive powder with just the right amount of rebound. Lap two yeilded similar results, as we arced smooth pow turns along our skin track. We returned to the truck and drove back down valley to a perfect fall day in Crested Butte for a beer on the patio at our summer haunt, the Brick Oven. Day Two, Sunday the 20th, involved an even bigger hike to even better conditions. Rob, his wife Sydney Dickinson, Pete Sowar, and myself skinned higher in the same drainage, reaching a peak that I have had in my sights for years. The North face of Augusta rewarded our 3,000' climb with a choice of filled-in chutes, right from the summit. And what's better than a summit ski descent of a 12,500' peak in mid October? Right, doing it again. We skied back to our skin track, enjoyed a quick sandwich, and made our way back to the peak. Dropping off the South side this time, we experienced every type of snow conditions as we skied southerly, easterly, and northerly aspects. Another first for me, we sighted a small herd of deer climbing in the area and were able to ski to within a few feet of them (see in video). The final pitch of our descent paralleled a beautiful braided cascade waterfall as we pushed turns into the quicly warming snowpack. Back at the truck, we marvelled at the best first weekend of ski season any of us had ever had. Here's to a great winter, may everyone's turns be deep, safe, and plentiful. Cheers! Music by The Strokes - Machu Picchu Shot on Sony NEX-5, NEX-6, and Drift HD Ghost

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