Is he 35" wide? Big enough for you?

Founder

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Is he 35" wide? Big enough for you? Yea or Nay? iPhone video captured using phone adapter by novagrade. Follow the link to check it out..........
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YELUM

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Closer to 38 than 25. He was real close to getting shot in 2015. He was number 3 on the a 2 tag hunt.

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elkassassin

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He's Close!

Even Closer when He's Walking/Running away from you!











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eelgrass

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Looks a little bit like this blacktail buck that bedded down in my yard this afternoon. Kind of....:)

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elkassassin

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>Looks a little bit like this
>blacktail buck that bedded down
>in my yard this afternoon.
>Kind of....:)
>
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He In the Freezer yet Eel?










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Founder

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Pretty much the same. Probably the same buck. ha ha

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bugleb

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I was hunting Wyoming a few years ago with my son, Roadless Hunter, when we saw one a lot like this one, except it was quite a bit bigger. I wanted him to shoot it because he only had a couple of days to hunt and I had a whole week. I couldn't get him to shoot it because he said "it only has three points on one side". He ended up settling for an unspectacular 27" four point later in the season, and I shot a 30" 4X5 the same day, but we have both regretted not shooting the big boy ever since.
 

desertpointbrian

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Ok founder you got me how well do you like that scope adapter. I am intrigued not having to take my otterbox off every time I use my phone scope would be nice.being able to Switch from my Android to I phone would also be nice. Let's hear it pro's and cons
 

Founder

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I liked it, but I wish it were designed to hold my point-n-shoot camera instead of iPhone. When it's cold, my iPhone battery goes dead fast. I only got about 20 minutes total recording time and my battery was dead on the phone. And, I think the point-n-shoot captures better quality most of the time.

The adapter did work really well. It was a little tight coming off the rubber eyepiece on my scope, but that was it. Goes on smooth.

I liked how fast I could put it on and pop my phone in and be recording.

I've never owned or used an adapter for my phone to scope much before. Tried a phone skope a few years ago and didn't like that. Anyway, so I haven't anything to compare this adapter by novagrade to.

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