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  1. CoveyMaster

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    For turning me onto the Browning cams, they're great!
     
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    I never heard anything bad about them!
     
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    he's a good one....good luck on on him!
     
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    Great bucks. And browning is where it's at
     
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    Awesome deer! I have a browning strike force, and it's been a great camera. I've had it for about 4 years and still kicking!

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    pastorjim08 Legendary Woodsman

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    I agree, the strike force seems to be pretty bullet proof.

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    I got 2 for Christmas 2 yrs ago and I’ve changed the batteries once!!
    Right right now they’re at 33%
     
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    I've got a dozen of them out in the field now, we'll see how they do on average over time. So far I've not seen anything about them to complain about and I can complain about almost anything. :busted:
     
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    Browning's are awesome. They go on sale on Midway USA quite often, great deals on some older models which I have found to be just a solid.
     
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    Nah, You're not CLS. lol
    Those are some real crisp/clear pic's. I had no idea. The Browning I have isn't that good, but it's several years old too.
     
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    Thanks for the testimonials. Got a camera or two on the list.
     
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    They are not ant proof, only complaint.
     
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    Strike force I have had in field 5 yrs. Screenshot_20201030-160056.jpeg
     
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    I've never had a camera that was ant proof. Those little bastards can find a way into anything. They usually eat the soft jack plug out of the bottom of the cams.
     
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    Any way to coat the outside to keep the little critters from getting inside the camera? Example- I had read to put a narrow coat of Vaseline on the outside of a hummingbird feeder. One would have to contend with the scent, though.
     
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    I didn't know vaseline gave off an odor?? I've not been able to smell it. :confused:
     
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    You could spray it with Sawyers permethrin but I'm not sure I like the idea of handling it every card check over a dozen cameras. Spray it on the tree maybe.
     

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