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Yukon Tracks Perfect Aim Universal Tree Mount

Item # 420566
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Key Features

  • Affix camera to any tree one of two different ways

  • Use the durable screw-in anchor to secure it

  • Or employ the secure, adjustable cam strap


Our Price   $39.99

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Product Description
Scout any area, anytime with the Perfect Aim! This universal mounting system with ball-swivel aiming mechanism sets up in seconds, putting you on the fast track to better wildlife photos. Affix the camera to any tree with either the durable, screw-in anchor or the secure, adjustable cam strap, and you're ready to start shooting. Turns 360° and tilts at 80° range for simple and accurate camera positioning. Universal camera plate fits mosts brands of trail cameras. Includes all hardware for easy mounting - no tools required.

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Yukon Tracks Perfect Aim Universal Tree Mount
 
5.0

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5.0

Great idea for mounting cameras

By brandx

from Northern New England

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Pros

  • Accurate
  • Easy To Adjust
  • Quality Construction

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    Best Uses

    • Hunting

    Comments about Yukon Tracks Perfect Aim Universal Tree Mount:

    Makes it so much easier to find the best spot to mount your game camera. And you can tweak the coverage height and direction too. So much better then trying to rely on a tree. It's a little hard trying to twist that screw bolt into some hardwood trees as far as it has to go, but a short stick about a foot long for leverage when twisting it in solves that problem real quick. You can also mount the camera higher up on a tree and tilt it down. Might make it a little harder for theives to see and steal it!

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