Browning Security Box

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


  • Fits all Browning models*
  • ‘One-size fits all’ design
  • Strong steel construction
  • Requires padlock
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The Browning Trail Camera security box has been designed to work with all Browning Trail Camera game cameras and ensures that your trail camera will stay where you put it.

The all steel construction ensures maximum protection in the field and the added feature of the camouflage exterior makes your camera nearly impossible to detect in the woods.

The security box can be locked using a standard padlock or a MasterLock Python cable. (Padlocks and Cables are Not Included.)

Fits all Browning Trail Cameras except the Defender series.

With the sub micro series cameras (Strike Force, Dark Ops and Command Ops Pro), there is a 1 inch gap at the top of the box. The camera cannot be opened or removed however.

*Note; the product does not fit the Browning Defender, which comes in a plastic camouflage casing with security loop. 

Additional information

Weight 1.2 kg
Dimensions 15 × 15 × 15 cm

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5
    Browning security box

    Stuart Whittaker (verified owner)

    Well made box, feel reassured using it, great security item

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  2. Rated 4 out of 5
    Mixed feelings

    Sue (verified owner)

    On the one hand: it’s good to have added protection for your camera – mine is in an exposed position, vulnerable to vandalism, and the security box protects the body of the camera (it’s made of pretty strong metal) and means the memory card is impossible to remove (as long as you use a cable lock). On the other hand: the front of the camera is still exposed to any violent attack (impossible to put anything in front of the lens and sensor of course). Also, the box has to be fitted after you’ve set the camera up and turned it on, and it’s difficult to fit it without moving the camera a bit and thus changing the angle of the shot. It can also be tricky to thread the lock cable through the holes attaching the box to the camera. On balance, I feel the camera is safer with it than without it (famous last words…)

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