Chasing Shooting Technology:: TriggerCam Review

Leslye Leslie // November 15

While shooting matches in USPSA competitions, I often heard chatter and joking about folks always chasing technology or the “next big trick” to make your shooting better. It was always meant to be funny but certainly had an underlying grain of truth to it. The message was to try and train yourself to be the shooter that you want to be, not just buy the next cool toy or gadget.

TriggerCam Review

I had the pleasure of finding an instance when this mindset was very much wrong. There are moments when the right piece of technology can enable a person to achieve something that would never have been possible.  

TriggerCam makes a device that can be an incredible training tool or provide an adaptive strategy for a vision-impaired person to be capable of learning to shoot or hunt. The TriggerCam is a viewing and recording device that fits seamlessly onto the front eyepiece of your rifle scope. It can be Bluetooth-connected to a phone or iPad to allow you to have a spotter help with identifying hits or making ballistics adjustments. 

I was excited to use a TriggerCam just for my own long-distance Precision Rifle Shooting training.

In August, I was part of a team that took a 12-year-old child who was severely vision impaired on a 400-inch bull elk hunt. He had been training with a rifle equipped with a TriggerCam. By connecting to an iPad, not only could this child aim on his own, but he could achieve his own hunting success by deciding on his shot and making it on his own.

Whether you have vision difficulties and need an adaptive device, or you train solo and want to be able to record your training to improve your shooting, the right piece of technology can be very empowering. I encourage you to do some research, review your own skills and weaknesses, and then identify what you would like to improve upon.

If you have any questions or want to bounce ideas, reach out to me or anyone on the Miss Pursuit team. We would love the chance to help you develop into the hunter and shooting sportsman that you want to become.

TriggerCam Specs

  • Military-grade design engineered to withstand recoil forces and outdoor conditions
  • Compatible with eyepieces of 32mm – 48mm
  • TriggerCam app is available in Android, IOS, and Huawei operating systems
  • Livestreaming, video gallery, cameral control, download, and video editing capable.
  • Holds an SD Card up to 128 GB Memory Card for recording your training and hunts
  • Integrated Wi-Fi
  • Quick Record
  • Video stabilization technology
  • 2.5-hour recording time and 10-hour standby battery life
  • Hi-Definition slow motion video replay
  • True Sound Microphone

Now, who's to say that chasing technology isn't a bad thing? And, that TriggerCam can really help someone out!

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About the Author

Leslye Leslie

Leslye has always been a Southern woman, but learned to love shooting, hunting, and fishing after a cancer diagnosis. She now loves both rifle and archery hunting for big game, waterfowl and pheasant hunting, and fishing the amazing waters of Utah with her husband and two daughters. Leslye is an Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist with the University of Utah hospitals. She enjoys shooting competitions with her custom CK Arms pistol, and teaching others how to shoot makes her happy! Leslye is a Krytpek Ladies Legion member as well. She loves camping, backpacking, hiking, trail running, and the barbell rack at the gym is her favorite bar. She has taken her passion for hunting to a new level in 2019 by becoming a Hunters Education Instructor with the Department of Wildlife Resources for the State of Utah.