Cam-Guardian Secures Your Treestand and Trail Cam

Guardian Hunting is a new company from Ohio that has launched some really user-friendly products to aid hunters both in the woods and after a successful hunt. Their steel banded Cam-Guardian was designed to keep your treestand in the place that you intended it to be. Say goodbye to hauling heavy chains and locks into the woods. This product will deter any gear-snatching thief that might come across your stand. The average trespasser won’t have the tools to get past the Cam-Guardian.

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The unit also serves as a safer and more secure option for mounting your trail cameras. Cameras strapped to a tree with a typical webbed strap are easy targets for would-be thieves. The Cam-Guardian turns the odds against the thief, securing your camera safely to the tree. Consider it a small investment in the protection of your camera or treestand.

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Comments

  1. Cam-Guardian Secures Your Treestand and Trail Cam, what’s going to stop anyone from coming back and bringing a set of Allen wrenches and loosening the bolts and boom…..everything is free to take…

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  2. Jordan says:

    I like the camera strap, because I usually put my camera on a smaller tree, but most of my treestands are on trees I can’t wrap my arms around, and the stand strap just looks really small. Do they come in different sizes? If not, then they should really make ones about 3-5 feet long.

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    • Brittany says:

      There are 2 different bands. There is a Cam Guardian which is a theft deterrent for the trail cameras and there is the Stand Guardian which is a theft deterrent for the tress stands. Both come in multiple sizes. The sizes shown in the pictures above was for display purposes.

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  3. Brian Schrift says:

    I would have to agree with Jamie. I had a brand new hang on Stand stolen this year…that was on private property….that was locked. What the thief did not know is that he got his picture taken with our trail camera…dummy missed that one…we got a picture of him on Dec 4th and the stuff was gone by the 7th. He came back with the right tools.

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