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Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby GotHuntingGear » Tue Feb 22, 2011 4:55 pm

We highly recommend this bushnell heavy duty case to protect your deer camera. It even comes with a keyed padlock!

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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby BowtechBoy » Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:24 am

will these work with cuddebacks?
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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby GotHuntingGear » Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:58 pm

BowtechBoy wrote:will these work with cuddebacks?


I looked at the measurements, and I think the cuddebacks are just a shade to tall to fit in the case. I will get the exact measurements and get back to you. But as far as the front goes I think the camera lens isn't covered by the case at all. So it looks like it could be a good fit depending on the length of the cuddeback.
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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby Ladybowhunter » Thu Feb 24, 2011 6:29 pm

I need a few of these....Thanks
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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby GotHuntingGear » Fri Feb 25, 2011 8:34 pm

Hey no problem! Don't hesitate to ask any questions if you are interested!
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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby Ladybowhunter » Sat Feb 26, 2011 7:51 am

Thanks for the info...I told my husband about these. We use cameras, but dont leave them out in the hunting season, pretty much early summer and maybe into early fall..You caint trust anyone, even if its on your own property..People will steal you blind..they don't care,, but I think payback comes in many forms..I would never try to take even a stick of gum from a person, but sad...people are out to make a buck...so sad...we have had treestands stands taken, and they have broke into our deer camp and taken everything they could carry , even the food...never found out who did it, and never got anything back...ugh!
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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

Postby GotHuntingGear » Sun Feb 27, 2011 5:40 pm

Ya, I know what you mean. There are some hunters that have respect, but there are others that one will ruin it all for everyone. I guess that is why they have to make protective things like this. But, I guess if they want to have a bad conscience let them!
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Re: Protect your Bushnell Deer Cameras

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