ROBO-BUCK

Submitted by BIG C on 4/12/06 at 10:40 PM. ( ) 207.69.139.11

HAS ANYONE OUT THERE EVER HAD THE REQUEST OF PRODUCING A LIFESIZE ROBOTIC WHITETAIL. THE LIFESIZE IS NOT A QUESTION IT IS THE INTERNAL MECHANICS THAT I AM PUZZELED WITH? THE ONLY THING THIS DEER WILL HAVE TO DO IS PIVOT ITS HEAD WHILE IN A LAYING POSITION.OBVIOUSLY PORTABLE THEREFORE IT WILL HAVE TO BE BATTERY OPERATED. THANK YOU FOR ANY ADVISE.

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There's a guy here in California

This response submitted by Bob Jungman on 4/12/06 at 11:34 PM. ( jungman@pacbell.net ) 4.246.132.112

A friend here is working with the Cal Fish & game on a Deer poaching issue and he's mounted up a deer with removable antlers. (no one poaches the same size deer every night) and it moves it's head, neck flicks an ear and I think it's tail by remote. Bob.


NWR

This response submitted by mrdux on 4/12/06 at 11:54 PM. ( ) 70.157.229.71

I recently installed a square peg base in the head of a robo-deer for a local NWR. I then set up 3 different racks to be used on it. One is a 130 class. It has already been shot once! It appears the robo-deer uses a servo system on a gear set to rotate its head. Not sure on the tail flick. They also have a robo-turkey.


Here in NC

This response submitted by Forrest Sue on 4/13/06 at 8:12 AM. ( forrestzoo@earthlink.net ) 66.207.230.194

Wildlife Commission has used them and shown them at wildlife expo's


Washington State

This response submitted by Crusty on 4/13/06 at 9:55 AM. ( ) 209.165.183.15

has gobs of them.


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