Nice and informative video Wingman115. I gave it a thumbs up and left a comment too. My rifle set ups are a .22 Benjamin Marauder with Leapers 4-16x50 AO IR MD scope and a .22 Benjamin Trail NP XL 1100 (.22) with 3-9x40 AO MD scope. I also where camo gear (pants, shirt, jacket, hat, etc) which are not in the pack, a homemade set of medium height shooting sticks and always carry a knife for skinning and cleaning (always on me). I carry the following in my Back Pack:Hunting LicensePrint out of California Regs for Small Game that can be taken with an air rifle (just incase the wardens are not fully up to date on air gun quarry)2 Liter Bladder (like a CamelBak)BinocularsRangefinderFirst Aid KitBite Kit/PumpLeatherman ToolAllen Wrench SetFlash Light (led light that attaches to bill of hunting cap if it gets dark too quickly)Small Game Lanyard (just incase I need it for carrying rabbits, jacks, etc.)Vinyl Gloves (for cleaning the game)2 1/2 Gallon Zip Lock Bag (for putting small game in the back pack without getting the interior full of blood, fleas, ticks or others gunk)Silva Compass (compass, whistle, temperature gauge, magnifying glass all in one)Extra Pellets and 2 full extra 10 shot clips for the MarauderCamo GlovesReversible Boonie Hat with Blaze Orange on interior sideExtra pair of Dry Wool SocksMap of area I'm hunting iniPhone with GPS hunting appsMatches in ziploc bag with small amount of lint or dry burnable material to start fire easilyWipes for cleaning my hands if necessaryand last but not least Snacks for keeping up my energy (jerky, nuts, energy bar, etc.) I think that about covers what I carry with me. It sounds like a lot of stuff and does weigh down the pack a little (mainly the Binos, leatherman tool and the full 2 Liter Bladder weight the pack down), but when you are out in the middle of nowhere, it is all essential to me. I also keep a can of Raid Flea and Tick spray (a great suggestion by Bisley) in my truck so that if I want to keep any skins when I clean the game, I will spray the hides and then throw them in a air right ziploc bag until I get home. That way the nasty critters are dead when I get ready to tan the hides. I think your video is good since it shows other potential air gunners just how to gear up for a long or sometimes even short hunt, since you never know what you might run into or what might happen. If you get chance, check out my reviews and target videos for my Benjamin Trail and Marauder. They're nothing special (the videos I mean) but they are there to let others know what air guns can do and I'm hoping to get some hunting videos on there soon. You can check them out on YouTube by looking up "TheStupidMonkey007" which is my user name (I know it's dumb, but when I signed up I couldn't think of anything good) or you may be able to find them by The Air Rifle Hunter (which is the name of my channel). Not many people have rated them, so some of the videos don't have great ratings because when you have one good and one bad rating it comes up as 50% even though 5000 views may have happened. Not everyone thinks to rate the videos if they like them I guess. Well, I'll end this novel by saying thanks and I hope to see more Wingman115 posting around here.