Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by CoveyMaster, Oct 29, 2020.
For turning me onto the Browning cams, they're great!
I never heard anything bad about them!
he's a good one....good luck on on him!
Great bucks. And browning is where it's at
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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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%
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.
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.
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.
Thanks for the testimonials. Got a camera or two on the list.
They are not ant proof, only complaint.
Strike force I have had in field 5 yrs.
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.
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.
I didn't know vaseline gave off an odor?? I've not been able to smell it.
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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