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Old 12-12-2007, 06:56 PM
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are we waiting for a shooter deer to get e-mailed to you
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Old 12-13-2007, 04:52 AM
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Hey Buckshot, the way I see it you gain in time management. There are some of us that hunt too far away to travel all the way out there to chk pics. This way you can see where the action is before you make you're weekly, biweekly or whatever trip out to the hunt site.You can preplan where you need to hunt and when even though you haven't been there in a couple weeks.
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Old 12-14-2007, 09:22 AM
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Yea I guess if you had enough of them it would help. I keep getting this image of my grandson sitting in a high teck shooting house about 20 years from now with multiple hi-def screens monitoring the trails for a shooter like a video game. :)
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Old 12-14-2007, 10:33 AM
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aint nothing gonna take the place of "boots on the ground"
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Old 12-14-2007, 11:41 AM
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Yea I guess if you had enough of them it would help. I keep getting this image of my grandson sitting in a high teck shooting house about 20 years from now with multiple hi-def screens monitoring the trails for a shooter like a video game. :)

Or a security officer watching 20 HDTV monitors waiting for action. Only the security man wears all camo and carries a rifle instead of a pistol.
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Yea I guess if you had enough of them it would help. I keep getting this image of my grandson sitting in a high teck shooting house about 20 years from now with multiple hi-def screens monitoring the trails for a shooter like a video game. :)
that is a reality in texas. you shoot a deer from your computer and they send you the deer. that was what i heard anyway.

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Old 02-01-2010, 01:34 PM
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i looked at the Moultrie Game Managment system. doesn't sound or look to bad. have had real good luck with Moultrie products.
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that is a reality in texas. you shoot a deer from your computer and they send you the deer. that was what i heard anyway.
They actually tried to introduce something like that here in Texas. You know, "remote" controlled rifles with someone sitting at a computer moving the rifle, using the scope mounted on it, then pulling the "trigger". But the courts called it unethical and shut the whole thing down -- and (for once) made a good decision in my opinion.

Since the rifle was remote control, who's to say exactly what was in the rifle scope when the trigger was pulled. Then who is really at fault, the one at the computer or the one that set up the whole thing to begin with. Guess that's the logic that the courts used anyway.
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I am wanting to purchase my husband a scout cam that will send the pics to his cell phone or pc. I have only been able to find one by penns wood ( i think that's right) but anyway I am not sure what to look for. He has showed it to me at one time and I remember that the price was like 600.00. Can anyone make any suggestions.


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I want to set up a cam on top of a hill several miles in the country and I want to watch the valley and ponds below for wildlife home on my computer.Is there such a thing.please email me at atlanticcharter_1941@yahoo.ca
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