Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) February 20, 2008
InventHelp®, America's leading inventor service company, announces that one of its clients, an inventor from Acton, Ontario, Canada, has designed an electronic tracking device that guides an archer to his arrow. This invention is patented.
The "Game Getter" could help a bow hunter recover a game animal that he hits with an arrow that does not pass through the animal. If the shot misses or passes through the animal or target, the unit could prevent the hunter from losing an expensive arrow. The device could help decrease the number of hit animals that escape and are never recovered. The Game Getter could save time and effort in the pursuit and recovery of a game animal.
The Game Getter would consist of a microchip transmitter placed on the shaft of an arrow or crossbow bolt behind the fletching and a receiver that would be carried by the hunter. The transmitter could also fit inside the shaft under the nock as an alternative design. The transmitter would send out a signal that would be picked up by the receiver. The front end of the receiver would flare out and contain a flashlight for use after dark. An arched display window would be located behind the flashlight. A point of light in the display window would show the direction of the transmitter. The receiver also could beep when it picks up a signal from the transmitter. The frequency of the beep would increase as the signal's strength increases to show the distance to the transmitter. The handle of the receiver would have an on/off switch and a compass. A long life battery would be carried in a compartment located in the end of the handle.
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