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Rail Hauler 2500

$299.95 $179.95
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Pack Out Your Trophy

You just got a clean kill – now the real work begins. With a supportive external frame and removable pack, the Rail Hauler 2500 can comfortably carry the heaviest loads. The Rail Hauler’s lightweight aluminum frame is designed to handle up to 200 pounds, giving you the perfect platform for hauling anything from overnight gear to an elk quarter. Wrap-around ‘wings’ combine with a vertical strap system to securely hold your load in place, while a folding shelf on the bottom supports the weight.

The removable roll-top pack can be used alone, or with the frame in two different carry modes – standard, with the pack close to your back, or in ‘trophy carry’ mode with space to haul gear between the frame and the bag. Versatile weapon carry system easily handles rifles or bows, and stows away when not in use. Kryptek® multi-level Mandrake and Highlander camo patterns give you the latest in concealment technology.


  • Torso: 17.5" - 20.5"
  • Volume: 2,500 - 5,000 cubic inches
  • Weight: 6 lbs 15 oz
  • Height: 31"
  • Width: 13"
  • Depth: Variable


  • Giant trophy carry system with aluminum support shelf and four compression panels
  • Detachable 2500 cubic inch roll-top pack can be re-attached to frame in trophy carry mode
  • Stowable and versatile multi-weapon carry system easily transports your bow or rifle
  • Comfortable, easy to use torso adjustment system
  • Heavy duty external frame carries up to 200 pounds
  • Removable hip belt can be transfered from rail frame to roll-top pack
  • PALS webbing provides multiple attachment points for accessories
  • Paddle holster compatible hip belt
Capacity: > 2500 cubic in
Frame: External
Harvest Hauling Compatible: Yes
Multiple Weapon Carry: Yes
Hydration Compatible: Yes
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    1. Best pack and frame out there!!

      This pack frame combo easily separates to create a sturdy pack frame once you've got your animal down. I used this pack and frame combo on a solo elk hunt last fall. When I got my elk down, I packed the first load (straps, heart, tenderloin) in the pack with a quarter. The second load I left my pack and just used the frame to haul out the rest. I've never had the same pack capable of doing both jobs and I love that!! It's comfortable, highly adjustable (even for women), and my favorite big game pack. I don't even bother packing my old hardly-used pack frame anymore because of the convenience of having these two packs in one. Love this!! on Feb 28th 2016