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  1. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Need heated gloves for horseback riding which us why mittens won't work. Not for hunting but I'm hoping people on here have some experience with them. Anyone have any experience with these?
  2. DIY Equipment
    Those AA Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries are expensive! I thought I would take advantage of the auxiliary power port on my Bushnell Trophy Cam and hook up an external battery pack. I knew that simply hooking up a 12 volt battery to the camera would fry it. I had been trying to...
  3. DIY Equipment
    Santa gave me my first trailcam for Christmas last year. It is a 2016 Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor, the "low-glow" version. I like the camera a lot and it seems to be working well for me, but I am going through those (very expensive) Energizer lithium batteries (8) and replacing them every...
  4. Optics and Electronics
    Ozonics unit. Standard battery. Tree arm. Quick connector. Original connector. $250 TYD Lower 48 only, Paypal Only.
  5. Game Cameras
    W00t! has a battery sale up so all you guys who hit the trailcams heavy can definitely take advantage and save a chunk of change:
  6. Optics and Electronics
    I have a brand new never used , recently received, Ozonics XL battery that is retailing in stores for 119$. It is the extended life battery that will fit all the Ozonic models. I'm asking $75 TYD. Thanks.
  7. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Know this subject has been touched on before but I wanted to give it a bump. I have had 8 Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries in my M80XT and have noticed exceptional cold weather performance. My D and C cell Alkaline batteries go down the tubes quick this time of year but after 1500 pics and...
  8. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I was wondering if any one could help me out w/ a question I have about my primos camera. I Bought a solar panel and an external battery to run it, but I am not sure if the four D cells inside the camera need to be rechargeable too since I have the solar panel? Any response will be helpful.
  9. General Archery Discussion
    Just get rid of all the electronics!!! Ok no let me start with a rundown. My Garmin Colorado 400t is a great gps unit but it eats batteries like crazy, 3-5 hrs per set in the field with my backlight in a conservative mode, low light and fast dim time. I tried all different brands of batteries...
  10. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    If you use the expensive lithium or 'long-life' batteries in your range finder, trail camera, or other device, you may be spending more money for less performance. Every battery stores and releases electrical current. The rate at which this current is released is known as capacitance. A...
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