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#6239247 - 03/28/16 02:22 PM Adding Light or Camera to Bow?
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Registered: 06/20/09
Posts: 479
Loc: America, Texas/Houston
I'm looking into getting a night hunting set up for this summer, I found a place close to me called Elusive Wildlife Technologies in Conroe and they got what I think I need which is really a rail to mount a flashlight, camera or both, but they have packages that would also come with everything. I guess Iím worried Iím going to buy all this stuff just to find out itís too heavy, makes it feel unstable or just a lot of noise I donít know just seeing if anyone has any experience with these types of attachments for your bow
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#6239704 - 03/28/16 08:45 PM Re: Adding Light or Camera to Bow? [Re: TxHunter87]
bow5 Offline
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Registered: 02/24/16
Posts: 183
Loc: Hill Country
Never had anything real, but i makeshift a light to my bow. I night hunt a lot and it never effected my shot, at least from what I could feel and tell! Hope that helps
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#6239736 - 03/28/16 09:08 PM Re: Adding Light or Camera to Bow? [Re: TxHunter87]
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Registered: 07/01/12
Posts: 349
Loc: Round Rock
the elusive wild life stuff is good to go. just the light screwed into where you would normally put a stabilizer. it is not heavy at all.

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#6240116 - 03/29/16 08:18 AM Re: Adding Light or Camera to Bow? [Re: TxHunter87]
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I had one of their lights for years. Good light
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#6240147 - 03/29/16 08:59 AM Re: Adding Light or Camera to Bow? [Re: TxHunter87]
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Registered: 09/27/06
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If doing a light and camera, I would go with the one mentioned above or the NAP Apache which also screws in replacing the stabilizer or into the end of the stabilizer if you have one with that capaniliry, pressure on off switch and rubber sound dampening included. For a camera mount I like the one for go-pro that is a small bracket that uses the stabilizer or in this case light to mount to the bow. With those when mounted correctly the light and camera are pointed where the bow is pointed and are light weight.
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#6240223 - 03/29/16 10:04 AM Re: Adding Light or Camera to Bow? [Re: r_u_sharp_2]
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Originally Posted By: r_u_sharp_2
the elusive wild life stuff is good to go. just the light screwed into where you would normally put a stabilizer. it is not heavy at all.


X2. Good company and good products
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#6240663 - 03/29/16 04:39 PM Re: Adding Light or Camera to Bow? [Re: TxHunter87]
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Registered: 06/20/09
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yall dont notice to much of a differnce with the extra weight? and i like the rail elusice wild life has you can mount a light and/or camera not sure if both would be to much or even if i would want to, just like the idea

Really appercate yalls help with this
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