CraZyMatt wrote:Well, I guess I'll see y'all on the internet.
Navy_Duck wrote:Yea, did me a home made mount. Its a piece of cheap cutting board, cut to a rectangle slightly larger than the flat mount. Drilled slot holes in each corner and used 2 11" zip ties around the stock and barrel. The "stock" side of the cutting board has a thin piece of closed cell foam, the more firm type of foam, to help keep the block in place. I used some of the mounting hardware to get the camera on the side of the gun. Only used it once, and I noticed that the camera moved when I shot. I havent had a chance to get out and try it again, so make sure you crank down real tight on the adjuster knob that holds the actual camera housing. Hopefully next time I get to try it, making sure that knob is tighter will keep the camera locked on the birds.
ByersFarm wrote:I bought a ram mount for my gun. It clamps around the fore end and under the rib of the barrel. They make a tripod mount for the ramping and the go pro. It's a rock solid set up.
TX_WATERFOWL wrote:Get the Ski Pole mount or the Handle Bar mount from GoPro. I use the Ski Pole mount and it works just fine.
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