Look what I made
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Gosh, I can't believe I didn't think of that! I don't care who you are, that's funny right there! I'mna go out and CALL some coyote's this weekend!
That brings a whole new meaning to calling a coyote!!
Posted 05 April 2007 - 07:49 PM
That is probably just as good. You can use recharable batteries or alkaline. Should work very well. Way to go.Good Hunting... from Varmint Al
That battery is about half the size of the one I have now. That's a nice one. I was thinking of going with this:http://www.radioshac...rentPage=search
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I use my IPod with it's RF remote. Lucky if I can get 50 feet with brand new batteries. Would love to get 50 yards so I can place it and the decoy far enough away to really get in the position that I want to be at.Darren
Well, I just ordered the parts to build the remote part of it. Once I get the parts in and test it, I'll share. I'm not sure if It'll work as I'm advertising just yet. I have to design a small circuit to drive the transmitter and the receiver.You'll have alot more options than just mute, etc. with my design. You'll be able to use any $29 MP3 player from walmart with it too! I have a question for you guys that have an FX5 - are the sounds stored on the remote control, or are they actually stored on the unit itself?
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You just tell them that when they come knocking at your door. I'm sure they'll be real understanding.
Who is the Fcc and what does it matter its just a home project hes not selling them.
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