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    I have been interested in filming some of my hunts but do not care for mounting a camera on my gun or wearing a head cam. (like a go-pro unit)
    while at the NRA show I came across this : https://www.aimcam.com/

    could someone give me their opinion on this unit ? is it simple for an old nerd to use ? will it be easy to load onto my computer & save ?
    is it worth the money ?
    thanks, Keith
    34 FORD coupe...Cleveland POWERED https://mustangsandmore.vbulletin.ne...ilies/cool.png

    it`s nice to be important but it is more important to be nice.

    Keith

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    I have never used one so would have to rely on reviews I find online. It looks kind of cool but I wonder about the cost, it seems too cheap.

    Are you thinking about this for shotguns? I would tend to think it would not be of much use through a scope or any kind of raised sight.
    Rick Stevens
    Billet Fluid Line Clamps: www.lsbilletworks.com

    - FFR Mark III Cobra Replica (aka Rayne)
    - 68 Mustang Coupe - drag car under construction
    - 2012 F250 Powerstroke

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      Check that. I see that it's $275 so the price would be in the window for what I would expect.
      Rick Stevens
      Billet Fluid Line Clamps: www.lsbilletworks.com

      - FFR Mark III Cobra Replica (aka Rayne)
      - 68 Mustang Coupe - drag car under construction
      - 2012 F250 Powerstroke

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