What I found

FLOKGA

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Thanks for your web page. My first trail cam cost less than $80 and is taking great pics. In the spirit of thanks I am passing on a few products that I
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Metal first aid box from Graingers item # 5M560 $14.66 These are empty metal boxes in various sizes with sealed edges and latches.

Garage Door replacement handles from any hardware supply. $2 plus change. You get 2 metal handles with nuts and bolts. These are sturdy metal and the bolts are the kind that cannot be removed from the outside. The handles are great for attaching the cam to a tree as well as carrying.

Cabinet lock make it really easy to open and close with out messing with the security cable and lock.

Liquid Nails holds better than hot glue to almost anything but really tight to plastic.

Hope some of you guys can use these ideas.
Again Thanks for making it possible to get a trail cam on a tight budget.
Bob
 



Tinhorn

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Thanx FLOKGA,

I love tips like this, keep 'um comin'

Tinhorn
 

TNDEERHUNTER

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Thanks for the ideas.I always like to here different ideas from different people.Two minds are better than one or 1600 minds are better than one.

:back-to-the-top:
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(Edited by TNDEERHUNTER at 11:31 am on Feb. 14, 2002)
 

quackmaster

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I don't like your name logo! :moon:
I'm still trying to get over the cotton bowl.
I guess if you've become a cammie builder
you can't be too bad
 


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