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DoubleGobble00
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Anybody interested in trading an action, stock, barrel, etc... for a top of the line trail camera? As a hobby of mine I build trail cameras called GobbleCams (www.GobbleCams.com). I have 8 cameras built and will be glad to trade a camera or camera plus cash for gun parts. I build each camera one at a time by hand. I am a one man show.

I would be interested in custom actions or Rem 700 actions. Along with savage target actions. Would also be interest in kreiger barrels and mcmillan stocks. If anybody it interested let me know.

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Preacher
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Are these cameras digital or film ????
DoubleGobble00
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Preacher,

Thanks for the question. They are digital. Actually they use real sony digital cameras. You can read all the specification at http://www.GobbleCams.com

I build them one at a time. It is a fun hobby. They are in a super small Pelican 1020 Mossy Oak case measuring 5.3 inches wide by 3.6 inches tall.. They come with a quick detach mounting system to allow mounting to any size tree, limb, or bush.

It has two settings... Trail mode and Feeder mode. Trail mode takes the first picture, then keeps the camera powered up for 30 seconds. During that 30 seconds if any heat/motion is detected a picture will be taken instantly. It will continue to take pictures until no heat/motion is detected or 30 seconds has elapsed. This setting is great for trails, scrapes, etc. The Feeder mode is a 1 minute delay between pictures. Below are some pictures:

Front of GobbleCam

GobbleCam P32

GobbleCam P41

Back of GobbleCam


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