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Browning Trail Camera Economy Tree Mount

Manufacturer: Browning
  • An economical way to effectively mount your trail camera.
Browning Trail Camera Economy Tree Mount
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  • Browning Trail Camera Economy Tree Mount In stock
    £28.00
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Price: £28.00
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About this product

The Economy Tree Mount is a very economical solution to mounting your trail camera. It easily screws into any tree and can be positioned as you want regardless of how the tree is leaning or how crooked it may be.  Each package contains 3 all‐steel, powder‐coated, screw mounts ready to use. Fitting for 1/4” – 20. N.B. Please ensure that you have the landowners permission before you screw these mounts into any trees.

Specification

Material: Steel 
Fitting: 1/4” – 20

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Manufacturer: Browning
  • An economical way to effectively mount your trail camera.
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