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scope camera mounts

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Clayton86, Oct 15, 2012.

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  1. Clayton86

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    Anyone know where to get mounts to attach a camera to a scope so it goes threw the scope so you film what your seeing threw the scope like the cross hairs. I seen a video on youtube a guy using one on a fancy pellet gun now I want one I think it would be sweet and could even help as a teaching tool for my son in a few years.
     
  2. M-Cameron

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    not really sure where to buy them......but i made my own pretty easily out of some flat aluminum bar stock and a few screws.

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  3. Clayton86

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    that is pretty neat but I'm thinking along the lines for on the rifle not a spotting scope
     
  4. M-Cameron

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    The concept would be essentially the same...

    Drill and tap a length of aluminum to accept a weaver rail, then behind that drill a hole to accept a 10-32 screw to hold the camera

    Then it simply a matter of screwing on the camera, and adjusting the scope until you get a clear picture.
     
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    se fla i love claymores 01/sot
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    They make scope cameras that clamp to your existing scope. This is an example and not very expensive at all for the lower end units.

    :) <EDIT> Beat by dprice! </EDIT> :)

    Ron
     
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