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    Quote Originally Posted by breyman View Post
    +1 on BearVault. I have a Bearikade (carbon fiber) and it's a good bit lighter, but also 2-3x more expensive. The BearVault is a great balance between weight and price, unless you plan on using it all the time. if so, get a Bearikade.
    Dang! Now I might have to go shopping...

    I see the Bearikade Expedetion is about 5 oz. less that the BV500. It looks like they are about the same size, but are they?
    Last edited by mountain_man_mike; 01-31-2013 at 18:05.
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