Posted July 16, 2016 8:38 am by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

(New York) With summer scouting in full swing the ritual of hanging and checking trail cameras has also commenced. Each person has their own preferences based on what they need. Do you have all your cameras hung? Do you need to go buy a few more like I do? If yes, here are five great trail camera options to choose from in the next few weeks.

2016 Browning Strike Force HD Elite
With a calculated seven month battery life (with Lithium batteries) the Browning Strike Force HD Elite cameras improved both battery life and trigger speed from the 2015 model. The Strike Force HD is small measuring 4.75″ x 4″ x 3″ and takes 6 AA batteries. The trigger speed has improved in the 2016 model to 0.65 s. vs last year’s model which snapped photos at 0.88 s. With a 10 Megapixles lens the Strike Force HD Elite can be found online Between $125.99 and $139.99.
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Strike Force HD Elite
Strike Force HD Elite

Kodiak Camera By Comanche Outfitters
It has been warned by wise old hunters to not check your cameras …Read the Rest

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