Gatorproof: Hey pretty creative.
HOW to improve your basic craftsman skills.
A) never tighten one screw "all" the way tight. Tighten one screw a few
times then switch screws to draw down your ring evenly.
☆ you could have easily have cracked your scope.
B) always clean up the sharp edges of the holes you drill in metal. It will
be safer to handle without cutting yourself.
C) design wise, I suggest you close off the space between the camera and
the scope. How? Any type of plastic pipe or paper tube.
That way you will not be fighting glaring streaks of light messing with
your view screen, which means you can aquire your target more rapidly.
D) shoot from a rest when possible, which of course would have allowed you
to acquire and complete the shot on the bird on the fence, as opposed to
all the wiggling.
I give you a solid B+ for your design and construction.
David Geiger: Take a file to the sharp edges of the steel strap/plate, I use these for
various things and they will cut you on the edges and corners. Very good
design and video. Thanks.
Rosendo Moroyoqui: EXCELENTE MUY BUENO
Nawaf Alsaleh: Good joob 👍👍👍👍
EV GREER: NICE JOB ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I WILL BE BUILDING ONE FOR EACH OF MY FAVORATE
Ruben Mancilla: I just mame my but i pant on black
Outdoorsman101: Where did you buy the part that attaches to the scope?
beaverhiyo: i have go pro (no screen) what can i do?
harald de vriendt: buy a go pro screen...
vrskovi: Very nice and simply! I want put my camera to scope to. Maybe i make just
like your. ;)
Blackhawk97x: I can guarantee that the mount will work great as long as you tighten
Blackhawk97x: @maurice smith the eye releif is the best distance for it
coreyjtrillo: Buy the piggyback lcd from GoPro or connect you current one to a
monitor/tv/tablet, etc with the cables that came with your camera.
MikesDuctTapeWallets: You can buy the screen for it, or you sould mount it to the side of your gun
Blackhawk97x: @Jerry Dove Sure you can
1rapboy1: HAHAH it's funny I have the exactly same camera :)
beekyosuke: this gives me something to do tomorrow. and I'll be saving $30. Thanks
AcroVenom I: why dont you shoot that jack sparrow?
flex2000watt: the zoomed view is very unsharp, if you didnt told me theres a sparrow on a
fence, i would not have seen / recogniced it...but it works for 10 credits,
Outdoor Adventures: Can it fit any camera?
Cr Cook: I made this mount and tried to use a camcorder and it keeps moving and
therefore loses the eye relief frame do you have any suggestions you can
watch my video just skip to the end to see the shot I hit the bullseye but
it seems to move out of the eye relief and i have to reposition it -
outdoorsmanhunter: wat do u mean "but at the end of the day i still got the scope mount.......
like as in it still works good?
Blackhawk97x: you attach the camera to the metal with the 1/4 inch bolt through the hole
in the metal and washers into the hole in your camera for mounting it on
tripods. the hole is shown at 0:49
william petersen: Go by the backpack attachment its a lcd screen for gopro
zardez: I couldn't find a split ring hanger at Bunnings Warehouse in Australia, any
idea where I might be able to buy one online?
orcrist53: leatherman sidekick????
Attachacam Camera Mount: If anyone is interested in a great camera mount, the Attachacam works great
for hunting and paintballing. Its aluminum, small, easy to use, and
attaches right onto your barrel, scope, or bow in seconds. I got one for
myself works great. Check it out just google search attachacam, they have
their own legit website. Fits any camera with a 1/4inch screwhole and
iphones that have a Diff case
haley tate: i have centerpoint 4x32
Joepp Yeahh: thanks
Rally Sash: Awesome vid. Just what I needed, and low cost too!
Blackhawk97x: @beekyosuke just the spacing between the threadings on the bolt. Some
cameras need it and others dont.
Avenged Rider: you shake the gun a lot! try and fix that!
Andrew Thompson: very very good
Jerry Dove: Great idea! I was just sitting trying to figure out to put one on my
airgun, and there was your video. Now, may I borrow your design, Please?
Blackhawk97x: ohh, you have to be able to see the screen to use it. thats how you aim
with the mount on
BridgesBomberFilms: you can buy screens for the go pro
Sweeper5: I just built one of these, just like yours. Fit the scope on my Crosman
Venom Nitro perfectly, and my trial vids look great. I made a list of your
materials, went to Lowe's and they had everything on the list. I brought my
camera with me...the stock 1/4" bolts fit the threads in the camera
perfectly. I bought 6 washers...used all 6. Great alignment. For felt
liners I opted for "super sliders" which is designed to stick under heavy
rebarss: man...... you are a genius!!! part Mad Scientist..... but still a Genius!!
lol I love it!!
Wm Napier: I think if you have a Smart Phone you may be able to view it on the phone
software. Blu-Tooth or Wireless IP some how. Like remote viewing.
fernando rosario: I ready do but every time when I shooting we my rifle the scope mounts come
out. The Galvanized Split-Ring Pipe Hanger I used is different maybe that
is the problem. Well my problem thanks.
Koma Mex: thanks for the idea with the split ring hanger... Look at my channel, i
have used it too :)
btfd751: so do I just take my camera and see which 1/4" bolt fits it from hardware
store? or is it a specific kind that u can tell me
308alaska: SUPER!! I'VE BEEN FILMING COYOTE HUNTING AT NIGHT USING THERMAL SCOPES WITH
THE STORE BOUGHT RIG.....NOW I CAN MAKE EXTRA MOUNTS AND NOT HAVE TO RE-
ZERO.....WELL DONE!! I'M NOW TRYING TO DESIGN A STOCK EXTENSION SO I CAN
KEEP EYE RELIEF AND MANAGE TO KEEP FILMING ON TARGET WITH RECOIL FROM A
TheMentiply33: did not work for me almost but nope
Weaponsandstuff93: Looks like this might work well, thank you.
Sweeper5: ...from previous post...The super sliders are very thick felt-like material
with self adhesive backing. The diameter of my crosspoint scope is likely a
tad smaller than your gammo. At any rate, this "carpet-like felt" results
in a snug fit of the split-rings, and also allows for a little adjusting of
things once the cam is zoomed in on the scope; allows me to position the
cam so that the reticle is dead center of the vid. Can't wait to try it
out! Much thanks for sharing with us!
swheel17: deer lord sweet baby jesus thats freakin simple lol
H. Brandon: umm add like a pvc pipe so its has a similar idea as the iscope
Bebeto Eldakiky: what is the type of the metal the plate is made from ??? i want one exactly
like the one you used