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Game Cameras As Security Cam

Discussion in 'Off Topic posts' started by JBF, Mar 10, 2019.


  1. JBF

    JBF Treasure Hunter
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    We have some land we are selling. Since advertising we were concerned about the property being vacant. I priced out security systems but didn’t want to shell out a couple grand. I bought a couple game/trail cameras with a rope like locking systems for under 500. The quality of the pics are great and I can move them every week or so with little effort. While nothing has come up missing, we have had a couple DOZEN people jump the fence most of them white haired.
     
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  2. Greenedog

    Greenedog Blackbeard

    Our driveway in Indiana is about a 1/4 mile long and I have a couple trailcams strategically placed in trees along it. I've also got a couple up at my Astor place and have captured a few white haired visitors as well as one big black haired visitor!

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  3. Dave rivera

    Dave rivera Powder Monkey

    Great way to save money.
     

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