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wrinklestar

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  • Birthday 06/19/1970

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    Guilderland NY
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  1. And Gator is correct about spypoint support. 2 guys I know tried support it sucked they then gave the cameras to me that "didn't work". All were fine you need a class 10 card, you need to format the card properly (fat32 not use the quick format option). And keep firmware up to date.
  2. You should be fine as long as you are running the good as long as your running the good lithium batteries. Mine never dropped below 50% from July through November. Keep in mind battery life is relative to signal strength. If your cameras struggle multiple times to transmit due to poor signal strength you will eat through batteries faster. I have never heard anything good about rechargeable or the solar cams.
  3. Tha is what I like about spypoint. 100 pics/ month free /camera 250 pics/month 5.00 / camera 1000 pics/ month 7.00 / camera And unlimited for 10.00 /camera Can be upgraded anytime. I just leave them all free and upgrade them individually if needed.
  4. True....but I can cover way more ground with the 12 micros I can buy for that. 😁
  5. When I was in ohio I ran 4 spypoint micros and 1 evo. Had no issues and the batteries would easily Last 6+ months. Would put them in in July and leave until we were done hunting in November. Price is good so you can pick up a few of them. My brother had trouble with 1 but the batteries leaked in that particular camera. As a group we probably had 12 cameras out and that was really the only 1 that had an issue. Make sure you have decent cell coverage. Those rolling hills can be killers for cell signal.
  6. I would still put a fat wrench on everything to Make sure the torque is correct. It doesn't necessarily need to turn to loosen. Especially if everything is new, recoil, heat cycles etc.. Good luck.
  7. Agreed ...Definitely not more than 2....9 inches something is loose or broke. Especially twice!
  8. Sorry to hear that. The first thing I do with zero issues are verify all bedding and scope mounts and screws are torqued to spec. If you don't have a fat wrench you should consider getting one. It allows you to always get everything torqued exactly the same. Good luck with the rest of your season! Sent from my SM-G998U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Correct they are considered a muzzleloader. No background check or registration required. Sent from my SM-G998U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Which one? Sent from my SM-G998U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Agreed. I run ozonics and have been very successful with it. I was a skeptic as well but the guy in our ohio hunting group that buys everything showed up with one. In southern Ohio once you dropped off the the top of the ridges the wind swirled alot. I used his unit where I was and went from getting busted constantly to having deer coming in. Some would sense nothing others would know something was up but still come through cautiously. Now I was constantly readjusting it in the tree which is a PIA but a small price to pay. They are also widely used in the medical industry! They do work. Good luck out there guys! Sent from my SM-G998U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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