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Barrel mount for action cam?


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i am getting a contour roam camera, and i want to mount it to the barrel of my shotgun (i have a supernova feild) i just need to find the best safest way to mount it, heres what the camera itself looks like http://www.amazon.com/Contour-1600-ContourROAM-Hands-free-Camcorder/dp/B005GLFSYQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1335466296&sr=8-1

 

suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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OK I just researched some more. Some reviews indicate weapons mounting, but did not offer specifics. I could not find any G**gle images showing a weapons adaptation :(

Must be some way. Duct tape... hopefully not.:D

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Here's a picatinny rail mount for the contour.

http://strikemark.com/news/new-design-contour-camera-picatinny-gun-rail-mount/

 

Now all you need is a barrel clamp with a rail.

This is obviously designed for the mag tube but it might work on the barrel.

http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Accessories/AR-15_Scope_Rings/130-CMD-MT-3.html

 

If you have an extended magazine, you could use one of these.

http://www.cdmgear.com/winbmt.jpg

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I have mounted my Go Pro to my shotguns. The footage is cool, but I have found the best way to mount a camera when hunting is to just use the head mount. Have you tried using it this way while hunting? It might be different for you since you are using a pump but when using a SBEII you can hear the bolt cycle every time you fire off a shot.

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