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Old 08-27-2015, 10:09 PM
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Default Razorback cut vest ?

A long time ago a company called razorback made some fine cut gear, the vest had wide Velcro and straps they were tough. I have searched the web with no luck. Anybody have any info ? Thanks.
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Old 08-28-2015, 01:23 PM
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I think you might be looking for Razorback outfitters. 616-214-4382. Hope this helps.
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Old 08-29-2015, 12:07 PM
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Here's the website for razorback:
https://razorbackoutfitters.com/hog-...g-dog-supplies

I buy from http://www.hardcorehogdogs.com/Cut_Gear.html

I hunt woodcock in hog territory and have had some hog charges on my Britts. They wear the Kevlar Bay vest.
Good folks to deal with. I prefer metal buckles to velcro. YMMV.
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I know this reply is way overdue but better late than never. Razorback Hunting Supply was the makers of the cut gear your asking about. Razorback Outfitters is a whole different company than does sale cut gear made by Off the Chain Cut Gear or something like that. I was the second owner of Razorback Hunting Supply and the people I sold the business to no longer make the gear. I did make cut gear for the last owners on the side but that business arrangement and friendship went south and I started another cut gear business that I own and operate now. Because I cannot advertise on here I will not give the name but if you need to know anything more you can PM me.
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