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Bushnell B-16 trail cam #7265218 08/23/18 02:17 PM
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Cabelas has them for $99.99. Anybody used them?


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Re: Bushnell B-16 trail cam [Re: Dave Davidson] #7265254 08/23/18 02:57 PM
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Haven't used that one but they have the Browning Strike Force for the same price and I know they work well as I have several.

Re: Bushnell B-16 trail cam [Re: Dave Davidson] #7265992 08/24/18 09:04 AM
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Thanks, I have 6 feeders with cams at each. Maintaining/replacing them can get expensive so I've so I'm going to go with less expensive ones. As long as they have time/date and are somewhat reliable, I'll buy them.


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Re: Bushnell B-16 trail cam [Re: Dave Davidson] #7268193 08/26/18 10:12 PM
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Ive been tossing around the idea of getting one. I have multiple other Bushnells and they are all good cams. Ive discovered Cabelas cams now. Their warranty is what sold me so I bought one to try and i think it is a far superior cam than the Bushnell


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Re: Bushnell B-16 trail cam [Re: Dave Davidson] #7269031 08/27/18 07:19 PM
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Looks just like their trophy cams with a different name for Cabelas/Bass Pro.

Re: Bushnell B-16 trail cam [Re: Dave Davidson] #7269184 08/27/18 09:24 PM
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I have a Bushnell something or another I bought last year. It was around $125 new (so it wasn't exactly a cheap one) but I caught it on closeout at Walmart.

My experience with it:

Daytime pics are absolutely stunning!!! Best I have ever seen from any brand of camera I have ever used no question about it! Set up of the camera was over complicated though so didn't care for that. Night time pics truly sucked with it. Unless the animal was completely still the shot was always blurred.

Your results may vary.

Re: Bushnell B-16 trail cam [Re: Dave Davidson] #7269340 08/28/18 12:00 AM
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Correction. Cabelas advertised them but the Fort Worth didnít have them. Not a real good selection. I wound up buying a Bushnell A-35


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