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ORCA said:
LOL! That's friggin sweet! You think you could rail mount it off a rifles foregrip too?

The camera is is clipped into a mount that is held on by velcro... so you could stick it to anything that you can glue a velcro strip to

I got the camera from Bulletcam.com
 

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I was wondering what it recorded to... I would like to have one of these for my sand rail, any idea how well it would hold up to heavy off roading?
 

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The cam is suppose to be durable, the camcorder would be the weak point. If I was going to set this up again, I would get a DVR like an Archos 504, then you don't have to lug around a heavy camcorder.
 

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holy shit that is so cool.

i would support the decision to get a lighter digital camcorder. you could then put it on more rad shit
 

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hell yeah that is way cool... i like how you start w/ your gun at a low ready and then bring it up. make a shoot house and bust through on video...
 

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fatcat said:
I would have to build a mount to attach to a rail system on a rifle.

I think you could mount it to a flashlight mount. It a little smaller, so a little padding would be needed.

But I think seeing the rifle and targets would be better than just the target
 
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