andy's at it again. pay no attention to this or his other post. andy this thread is not about anything you have experance with, so do us a favor and shut up.Unregistered said:rambo wannabe, I would never bother to lug a rifle around. You are more likely to die of insect bites-stings than bear attacks. I might swap out the mag of 70 gr prefrags, if in Alaska backwoods, for the 90 gr, hollowbased .45 swc's, at 2100 fps in the lw commander, and I'd also carry some small, lw accurate .22, like the smith 2214, for taking grouse, squirrles, hares, trout, and so on. say a total of under 4 lbs of guns, holster, spare mags, and ammo.