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How to mount a camera on your gun for a £5

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by megga, May 9, 2012.

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    megga Busy Member

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    ANGOF Post Whore

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    Cool, ordered one :up:
     
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    Cool! :up: What sort of range of diameters will it mount onto? Looks like it could be quite versatile...
     
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    From 4cm to 2cm, quality is not hat bad either, looks like cheap plastic, but its a light weight alloy.
     
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    mick 1986 Keyboard Hero

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    could it be used to grip the cheek piece and then mount the camera behind the scope???
     
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    good on you for sharing mate !
     
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    Thanks, just what I need :up:
     
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    Just be careful, I use one of these on my motorbike and when done up tight they clamp very very tight and could possibly distort your scope. It is a bloody good idea though and one that I hadn't thought of using.

    As for clamping onto your stock, there are lots of different combinations of lengths, joints etc etc out there and you should be able to sort something out.
     

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