Cabela’s Magnum Game Carrier
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Reviewed by: Jacob Slonaker
Category: Back Packs & Storage Gear
I received my magnum game carrier two years ago as an X mas gift. My first thoughts about the carrier was that it was just a little over top. I had never felt like dragging a deer was that big of a deal. Later that season I decided to give it a try and to my surprise I loved it. Its lightweight design of less than 35 pounds, makes it extremely easy to get into the woods. The first deer that I carried on it would have been a terrible drag but with my game carrier it was very easy. I had a little creek to cross and a fairly large hill to climb. The carrier done both pretty smoothly. If I had to say there is anything bad about it, it would be that a bigger deer is a little difficult to get on the carrier, but still the lift on the carrier is nothing compared to the drag you would have. I will never go into the woods without mine again. I would also recommended it to anyone that wants to get deep in the woods without fearing about getting there kill back out.
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