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    I absolutely love this, and only hope that it is offered in solid colored fabrics as well, either Coyote or OD. Great stuff man!

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    Iz, if the knife thing doesn't work out...... Seriously though hoping you continue development of the pack.

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    Thanks, fellas. I think I'm close to having this pack where I want it function and design wise. I've got an o.d. green one done now that's the second generation if you want to call it that. One more generation and I hope to have it right where I want it.
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    I'm really looking forward to seeing how this project evolves.

    Since the Eagle Becker is no longer made, I think a production model McKinney would be a really great pack.

    Just sayin'...I'd buy one.

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    Thanks, Tor! I hope to get back to it soon.
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    that pack is almost perfect. it still looks like its missing something though. hmmmm oh shoot i got it..... it needs a Mora strapped to it!.. awesome work IZ

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    Iz, wondering if you have an update?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nj2656 View Post
    Iz, wondering if you have an update?
    Yeah, I sewed up another prototype that incorporates a few changes. Mainly longer side pocket that you can fit a nalgene or guyout into and the pockets have cinch straps on them too.
    I'm still not totally happy with it though. I've been carrying it and I figure I need to change how the lid is attached and how the straps are attached. I have them too high right now and the risers don't work well.
    Here's a quick pic of the second prototype


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    That's a nice looking, functional pack. It appears that you are becoming quite the entra-pin-oooer.

    Congratulations on your new venture. Best wishes for success! I know you'll find many willing customers on BCUSA!
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    Are you taking orders or selling these yet? You have tallent.

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