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    Default GoPro speargun mount

    I'm looking to get a GoPro. I would probably want to mount it on my 64 biller. Anybody have a a set up that works and they like? Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Beck

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    I have mine mounted on a bracket on my gun that I ordered from Mako spearguns. It works well and one knob takes it off when not in use.
    Florida Freeshafter

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    Sorry for the delay. Here's the pics. The mount is just a flat mount from gopro mounted with a flat head screw countersunk so the stock clips slides in it. Put it on or take it off in seconds.

    Let me know if you have questions.



    Willem Badenhorst

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    Thats awesome. Thanks for sharing. Now I have a couple of options I know will work. My buddy welds aluminum T-tops and he fabricated one thats pretty sweet.

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    I think I'm definitely going to go with that after looking at it online. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HogWild26 View Post
    I think I'm definitely going to go with that after looking at it online. Thanks!
    We assume that you were looking at the MAKO mounts.

    We suggest that you also consider the recoil stabilizer. A simple anodized, aluminum, L-bracket that comes in two sizes. One for the normal camera housing and another for the extended rear door which is used to accomodate the over-sized battery or the LCD screen.

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    Yes, thats my plan. Need to get it set up soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willembad View Post
    The mount is just a flat mount from gopro mounted with a flat head screw countersunk so the stock clips slides in it. Put it on or take it off in seconds.

    Nice. Following the #1 Rule

    Keeping It [ KISS ] Simple & you can still keep it in a gun rack when running.

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