Native to the Middle East and southern Asia, the Chukar was brought as a game bird to North America, where it has thrived in some arid regions of the west.
Its called Hells Canyon, for good reason. The place where our Greengate Pack System was being developed, starting in 2001, and for the following nine years. A place of harsh extremes, from a searing hot river-bottom laced with cactus, Rattlesnakes, Black Widow spiders, thorn-laden trees, and many poisonous plants.
With our Closeout Sale still on-going, we are preparing for 2019 with new additions to the ProHunter line. up.
Starting 2019, you will see two prices reflected in our store: 2018 and our new improved harness and waterproof zipper addition the the ProHunter lineup. We will now offer the Porro Prism and the Extra Large isizes n the ProHunter line-up.
It is that time of year for our annual sale of select items.
STARTING FRIDAY, 8:00 A.M. For the end of 2018, ALL BinoBro's on sale!
ALL Standards and ProHunters. Limited quantities available.
Also, see our Newsletter (sign up on our website) for additional information.
Sale ends when Inventory goes to zero.
We'll be pursuing the wonderful Wapiti in Hells Canyon for a bit.
Orders will be delayed slightly. We plan to be back in the office Monday November, 12.
Karl J. Findling, Owner of Oregon Pack Works, has been chosen as the new Conservation Director for Lands, for the Oregon Hunters Association.
His focus will be increasing and maintaining hunter access, land use, habitat programs and issues affecting hunters on all Oregon landscapes.
In the March-April issue of Western Hunting Journal, our BinoBro ProHunter was reviewed along side the other major manufactured binocular packs. Most in the review are made Overseas, a few in America.
Last week,The House Committee on Natural Resources (Chaired by, Utah Senator, Rob Bishop--known to want Federal Lands turned over to the states) compromised with the Senior Minority Senator from Arizona, Ra'ul Grijvala, and voted to send the version to a vote in the House of Representatives.
By the time this is published, the deadline for reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), may have come and gone. Expiring September, 18, 2018, the LWCF was created on the heels of the Wilderness Act. It utilizes NO Taxpayer dollars to protect national parks, ensures access for hunting and fishing, open space purchases for playgrounds, sports fields, bike paths, hiking trails and much more—all on federal, state, local and private lands and waters.