Attach a Cell Phone to a Gun Using the Hunting Supplies Invention
The Galloway Bracket is a hunting supplies invention that allows people to use their phones to aid in hunting.
“The hunting industry is worth $23 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. “Phones are becoming a more prevalent part of everyday life and this hunting invention will finally bring that aspect of life to hunting.”
“Hunting is an age-old sport that pits man versus nature,” says Jerry Shapiro, Senior Director of World Patent Marketing. “The Galloway Bracket is an invention that gives the hunter an advantage in the form of a useful phone attachment.”
Hunting Supplies Invention Helps Eyesight and Recording Memories
The Galloway Bracket is an invention prototype that attaches a phone to a gun. The invention itself is a gun-shape bracket with a holder coming off of it. This is what holds the cell phone. The cell phone can be used as a camera to record the hunt so it can be seen and shared later with others. The cell phone can also be used as an aiming sight, especially for children who have just gotten into hunting. The phone can additionally function as a lens for people that have poor vision, such as seniors.
This hunting invention is perfect to include the whole family in the hunt.
“The Galloway bracket is a device that will help record memories and make it easier for kids to aim a gun while recording the shot,” says inventor William G. “It will also help people with bad eyesight to be able to use the screen of their smartphone to aim at the target.”
The Galloway Bracket is an invention idea allowing users to attach a cell phone to a gun for help in hunting.