Protect your Spec Ops, Recon Force, Command Ops HD, or Patriot camera while it's left unattended in the field for days, weeks, or months with the Browning Trail Camera Security Box. Made of durable and strong steel, it attaches to a tree and virtually disappears thanks to its woodland camouflage exterior so it won't attract undue attention from game or passersby. With your camera installed in the box, you can lock it using a standard padlock of your choice. To make sure it doesn't get stolen, the box has mounting holes on the back plate so it can be screwed or bolted in place or use the holes on the side to temporarily secure it to a tree trunk using a cable-type lock like a Master Lock Python.
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- All-Steel Construction
- Protect Your Camera in the Field
- Camouflage Exterior for Low Visibility
- Secure Using a Padlock
Browning BTC SB Overview
Browning BTC SB Specs
|Package Weight||1.96 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.2 x 6.7 x 3.55"|
Browning BTC SB Reviews
Simple trail camera does the trick!
This trail camera is simple, but effective. I have it set up on the property to capture animals that are traversing (also catches people/cars on my driveway). Animals are easily identified day or night although license plates are too reflective to be seen at night with the IR.
Great add on for my Spec Ops trail camera. Easy install, better security.
Not a great fit for Recon Force Edge
I have 2 of these security boxes for 2 Recon Force Edge cameras. The good: The cases are solid and I like that they have a solid top cover to help keep rain and snow out and 8 drain holes on the bottom. I also like that I can lock the case and put a locking cable through the case. The bad: Just like my 3 other security cases from other manufacturers, I'm not sure the manufacturers ever put the camera in the case to see how they fit! Picture your camera as a basketball in the back of a pickup truck. To secure the camera, I had to enlarge the back middle hole in the bottom of the case and use a 1/4-20 screw to hold it in place and keep the camera correctly positioned. Also, there are only 2 holes in the back of the case, so I had to drill more so I could securely attach it to a tree. So...the case is solid, but you will likely need to make adjustments to the case to make it ready for field deployment.
Specs Ops Edge does NOT fit.
Fit, meaning not merely being small enough to not rattle around. the sawtooth at the back of the camera and on the box are the same diameter, so they camera ones will not fit in the slots at the back. If one side is lined up, then the other will touch the metal and be at an angle. I called Browning and they said it should fit tightly, and acted like they never hear of not fitting. when I repeatedly described the situation and measurements, they said they were made in 2 different countries and would pass the info up the chain. Then they said that in other cases, people had put Styrofoam in the back so it would press up tightly and not be crooked or rattle around
Must Have In Bear Country
Would not have my trail cameras out without being in a security box. Curious bears have damage my cameras in the past. Love that this one fits almost all Browning Trail Cameras
The boxes are made of heavy gauge steel and are very solid. All corners and joints match up perfectly, and are free of burrs and imperfections. The camo paint looks great. My Special OPS Advantage cameras, model BTC-8A fit the boxes snugly. A good purchase.
Box works great with Spec/Ops trail camera and Python Lock
Good strong box, but
I like the box in most ways. It has a good camo pattern that can protect a camera as much as the steel does. My only complaint is that, even when a camera is not in the box, it's very difficult to open and close. Everything is very tight. Anyway, due I suppose to supply chain issues, I was unable to get the camera I bought this for, so I'll be getting rid of it.
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