Bracketron Introduces New Xventure Hunting Mounts at 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

Xventure Hunting line includes mounts for hunting rifles and guns, bows and trees; debuting at LVCC North Hall, Booth #4227

Bracketron Introduces New Xventure Hunting Mounts at 2016 Consumer Electronics Show
Bracketron Introduces New Xventure Hunting Mounts at 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

Las Vegas, NV -( Bracketron, an industry leader in universal mounts and accessories for mobile devices, announces the expansion of their outdoor Xventure line to include mounting solutions for the hunting enthusiast.

Debuting at this year’s International CES, the new mounts allow you to attach your smartphone or action camera to hunting rifles, bows, paintball and pellet guns, and fishing rods. The line also includes a mount to attach your phone or action camera to a nearby tree for a completely different perspective.

ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1:

ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1
ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1

The ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1 clamps securely to your hunting, pellet or paintball gun, adjusts to 15 to 45 mm and features a Quick Release lever for easy mounting and removal. You have two options to capture that perfect hunting shot; use your smartphone or an action camera, attachable from multiple viewing angles with top, side or bottom mounting.

The smartphone clamp mount with rubberized grips will securely hold your phone in place and attaches to the ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1 with its two 1/4” 20 mounting points, one on the base and one on the arm of the mount. ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1 spins your smartphone 360 degrees for quick re-positioning of your smartphone from vertical to horizontal views.

ProX Sport 3-in-1 also has a mounting bar compatible will all GoPro and 1/4” 20 action cameras, adjustable to 135 degrees. The center mounting allows for maximum stabilization. Bracketron is also introducing the ProX Sport Mount, strictly for use with action cameras.

ProX Bow Mount:

ProX Bow Mount
ProX Bow Mount

The ProX Bow Mount fits all hunting bows with a stabilizer opening. Featuring a standard 1/4” 20 thread adapter, attach any action camera to the bow and enjoy full 360 degree camera rotation.

ProX Tree Mount:

ProX Tree Mount
ProX Tree Mount

For a different view, Bracketron is debuting the ProX Tree Mount to capture more than what is seen from the hunter’s perspective. Like the other mounts in the line, the ProX Tree Mount has a standard 1/4” 20 thread adapter as well as a GoPro adapter, making it a universal solution for action cameras. The simple design allows you to screw the mount directly into a tree’s trunk.

ProX Sport Mount 3 in 1 is $69.99, ProX Sport Mount is $54.99, ProX Bow Mount is $19.99 and ProX Tree Mount is $14.99, all available on See the new Xventure Hunting line at the 2016 in Las Vegas, January 6-9, Booth #4227 in LVCC North Hall.


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Media members interested in more information or booth appointments can contact Meghan Petchel at [email protected]

About Bracketron:

Bracketron is the industry leader in universal mounting solutions and accessories for many of today’s most popular mobile and handheld technologies including smartphone, tablet, GPS, camera and MP3. Bracketron offers a broad selection of mounting configuration options designed to offer an optimal level of flexibility and functionality. The company has broadened its product line to include a variety of flexible mounting options designed to extend the use of the device and enhance the overall user experience.

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Chris Alexander

What I actually WOULD love to see is a sturdy mount that attaches to the normal scope ring base on your rifle receiver so you can mount a smart-phone on your rifle and use it as an infinite eye relief scope. Zoom in the same way you do on a regular smart phone, and equip it with a recoil sensor so it automatically snaps a picture or video when you fire. Obviously, you wouldn’t use your normal smart phone, since you’d lose your zero every time you took it off to use as a phone. However, for $200, you can… Read more »

Bob Dole

It appears that the designers of this product have no basic understanding of barrel harmonics. If you hang a large mount off the end of your barrel, your point-of-aim/ point-of-impact WILL shift. It will be rather embarrassing for the owners of this product to have a bunch of videos of them continuously missing their game animals.