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Game Finder

  • Closed: Fri 7 Dec 2012, 8:15 pm
Listing #: 538979767
The FINDER™ is the best device ever to help the hunter find game. Its multi-function performance not only finds game, it is a flashlight, blood tracker at night and is a night travel light.
The FINDER™ is truly revolutionary. It has two types of game recovery – body heat detection and blood tracking technologies.
The FINDER™ is totally automatic – simply turn it on and scan.
It penetrates brush to find hidden game – wounded and dying game will hide.
It is “Selective-Sensing”, in most cases, eliminates porous things like bark and leaves, and dense things like hot rocks. It selects things of interest like people and animals.
Our exclusive “Pattern Recognition” software and audio drivers create signature revealing sounds that help you determine what is scanned – somewhat like metal detectors that make different sounds for different metals.
A four-part “Blood Tracking Light System” that provides:
(1) A red light for lighting in the dark. Even small specks of blood become visible.
(2) Three bright white LEDs to see what is scanned and for standard flashlight use, and
(3) A laser pointer to ensure proper scan technique and to assist in night-time searches.

low humidity and a 5-10 mile per hour wind, normal ranges are: 500-800 yards in open range 300-400 yards under tall, mature trees with a light to moderate under growth 50-125 yards through thick growth such as thick evergreens and cut over fields, and corn Please note that, if the temperature is very cold, the range on a human will drop about 60% because of the heavy clothes, gloves, and face masks being worn.

Shipping details

  • Free shipping within New Zealand   
  • Seller allows pick-ups
  • Seller location: Auckland City, Auckland, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit
  • Cash

About the seller

gopaul (832 832 positive feedback) Address Verified May 2013 Member is In Trade
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  • Member since Oct 2002

Closes: Fri 7 Dec, 8:15 pm. 2012