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PostPosted: Wed May 10, 2017 10:53 am 
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The wire is shielded and should keep them from any serious chewing. I haven't had an issue yet. Critters also hate chewing on duct tape so you can always wrap it with some camo tape.

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Good point, maybe I will just do that, I think I have some laying around at home....


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PostPosted: Wed May 10, 2017 7:33 pm 
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johnnydeerhunter wrote:
The wire is shielded and should keep them from any serious chewing. I haven't had an issue yet. Critters also hate chewing on duct tape so you can always wrap it with some camo tape.

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Duct tape you say, that's a brilliant idea JDH.

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johnnydeerhunter wrote:
The wire is shielded and should keep them from any serious chewing. I haven't had an issue yet. Critters also hate chewing on duct tape so you can always wrap it with some camo tape.

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Duct tape you say, that's a brilliant idea JDH.


I read about it years ago. I had some treestands with plywood seats so I put one layer of duct tape around the outside and it worked.

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Bones, neat cam and should do well putting that extra light out there...well done and like the rest, look forward to some pics....I actually have to Sony W7 & W5 with external lights from Johnnie...waiting on building some 'elephant proofing' first before I put them out..!

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PostPosted: Fri May 12, 2017 5:53 am 
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tiger hunter wrote:
Bones, neat cam and should do well putting that extra light out there...well done and like the rest, look forward to some pics....I actually have to Sony W7 & W5 with external lights from Johnnie...waiting on building some 'elephant proofing' first before I put them out..!

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thanks tiger hunter....

are your external lights hard wired also? If so, how far away from cam can you go?

How do you "elephant proof" a camera setup?


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