- Fri Oct 26, 2012 12:31 pm #232767
everyone knows a lock only keeps a honest guy honest but i cant stand to NOT lock my cams so this is what i do. I took a piece if 1/8" steel and cut it into strips 4 3/4"x 3/4" and i went to Lowes and bought some stainless steel 5/32" chain and welded to the very end of the back side and drilled a hole on the other end. I can attach it to the tree with a really small 6" bungie cord and one side to the drilled hole and the other somewhere on the chain till its tight enough to hold the cam. I use the small 4pk of master locks wal-mart sells for 7.97 so i have one lock on the chain bracket and one on the cam itself. Works great it just slides through the strap loops on the back of the cam. If anyone has any question just ask and ill try to post some pics! Its cheap insurance.
Last edited by kycamtrakker on Sat Oct 27, 2012 8:17 am, edited 1 time in total.