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    Bv450

    Was wondering if anybody has a BV450 (Bear Vault) for sale?

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    BV 500 for sale right now in For Sale
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    If you typically go 1-3 days at a time, a smaller and lighter option (and cheaper) would be a Bare Boxer Contender. Also on the approved list for all "can mandatory" areas including Yosemite, where they sell them in the stores. Forty bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pak-Man View Post
    BV 500 for sale right now in For Sale
    Thanks Pacman, Already have the BV 500. Used it with my son on a multiday trip. Trying to cut some weight down for my personnel use.

    Quote Originally Posted by lori View Post
    If you typically go 1-3 days at a time, a smaller and lighter option (and cheaper) would be a Bare Boxer Contender. Also on the approved list for all "can mandatory" areas including Yosemite, where they sell them in the stores. Forty bucks.
    Thanks Lori, I will check it out. I like the lighter option part of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lori View Post
    If you typically go 1-3 days at a time, a smaller and lighter option (and cheaper) would be a Bare Boxer Contender. Also on the approved list for all "can mandatory" areas including Yosemite, where they sell them in the stores. Forty bucks.
    Thanks Lori,

    Have been looking for a lighter alternative to bear bagging. Hope they ship to Canada.

    Cheers

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