When it comes to finding a mount for the perfect 2nd angle shot in a blind or in the treestand, nothing can compare to the versatility of the Clip-Shot™.
The Clip-Shot™ weighs in just under 1 ounce (roughly the weight of a single AA battery), is made in the U.S.A. (Montana to be exact), and can easily be stored in your hunting pack to be ready to use in a moments notice.
The Clip-Shot™ body is machined and anodized 6061T6 aluminum and the clip is made out of a durable, UV resistant, high-strength plastic.
The other hardware is stainless steel, so there is no need to worry about it breaking or rusting as all components are durable and corrosion resistant.
The Clip-Shot™ isn’t limited for use with cameras only. Almost anything roughly 20 ounces or less with a standard, 1/4″x20tpi (threads per inch) mounting hole will work, this includes trail cameras, spotting scopes, etc.
For the turkey hunters out there, the Clip-Shot™ will attach easily to the rods in your blind for the perfect 2nd angle view of you SELFILMing your next turkey hunt.
If you are the run-and-gun type hunter, clip the Clip-Shot™ to the nearest tree limb and know you won’t be missing out on the memories.
For whitetail hunting from a treestand, I’ve utilized the Clip-Shot™ by attaching it to a screw in bow hanger for that perfect over the shoulder 2nd angle look.
If you hunt by yourself, like we at SELFILMED do almost 100% of the time, the Clip-Shot is your answer to help capture the harvest photo without having to wait for a dedicated camera person.
I’ve personally been using the Clip-Shot™ over the past two years and nothing can compare to its effectiveness to easily mount a GoPro or similarly sized camera to almost anything you can think of. Whether that be a random tree-limb, your blind rods, arrows, knife blades, or you name it, Clip-Shot™ has you covered. It will clamp to any flat object up to 1/4″ in width or any round object up to 1/2″ in diameter.
You can order direct from the Clip-Shot™ website for $19.95 (plus shipping) here:
(Price updated 9/28/2014)
“Don’t get left out of the picture!”