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  Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« on: April 07, 2008, 09:17:34 AM » by mario
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Hi, for those of you who are interested in MILSIM Airsoft games, I found this site
Which sells combat gear with very interesting and competitive prices? I have a couple more which will be posting in due course.
Enjoy
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/LUKKYBID-FOR-YOU_W0QQcolZ4QQdirZ1QQfsubZQ2d33QQftidZ2QQtZkm
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  Re: Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2008, 09:28:10 AM » by mario
This link is for field gear. One of the best suppliers.
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http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/airsoftshooting/
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  Re: Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2008, 09:36:42 AM » by mario
This is another one.
Check it out.
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http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/pegasus_camo
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  Re: Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2008, 22:17:33 PM » by bergerbullets
maybe this can help, get some burlap which in maltese we call xkora and also strings of jute and remove pieces of the strings sothat the interwined fabric becomes uneven.  these should be around 16" long and 1 inch wide.  then buy 1"x1" netting and sow it to your bdu's especially the head gear.  tie these 16" straps of burlap until it becomes thick and then spray fire retardent on it.  you can then use Krylon which comes in varios colours and spray parts of it according to the surroundings you will use it in.  the dirtier it gets the more it looks natural.  start with a light colour and work your way with darker spray so that you can darken the parts you want and leave the foreground colour.  if you are lying on the ground with such gear especially in areas we call steppa, probably only god can see you or else a trained eye.  make sure you dont make the camo obvious because you don't want to have a nice camoed bdu but one that blends in.   if you take photos of the area you will use it in, will help you get a better idea of what you should be painting it like.  don't over do it.  then tell someone to place it in the area about 60m away from you and see if you can spot it.  you will be amazed when you see it dissappear before your eyes  Wink
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range it, dial it, squeeze the round off.
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  Re: Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2008, 22:51:04 PM » by sasmalta
maybe this can help, get some burlap which in maltese we call xkora and also strings of jute and remove pieces of the strings sothat the interwined fabric becomes uneven.  these should be around 16" long and 1 inch wide.  then buy 1"x1" netting and sow it to your bdu's especially the head gear.  tie these 16" straps of burlap until it becomes thick and then spray fire retardent on it.  you can then use Krylon which comes in varios colours and spray parts of it according to the surroundings you will use it in.  the dirtier it gets the more it looks natural.  start with a light colour and work your way with darker spray so that you can darken the parts you want and leave the foreground colour.  if you are lying on the ground with such gear especially in areas we call steppa, probably only god can see you or else a trained eye.  make sure you dont make the camo obvious because you don't want to have a nice camoed bdu but one that blends in.   if you take photos of the area you will use it in, will help you get a better idea of what you should be painting it like.  don't over do it.  then tell someone to place it in the area about 60m away from you and see if you can spot it.  you will be amazed when you see it dissappear before your eyes  Wink

A good example of effective camo.
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  Re: Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2008, 19:34:12 PM » by bergerbullets
thats a good example yes, pieces from the natural vegetation can be tied onto the netting too especially grass, some kind of twigs and other natural vegetation.  always pick the vegetation found at the bottom of trees not the one from the top.  it makes no sense to have the top stem tied on your back if this is meant to be at the top of a tree.Wink
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  Re: Camouflage or NO Camouflage
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2008, 21:02:50 PM » by sasmalta
Apart from good cammo your require some skills have a look at this video circa 1944 German Wehrmacht.
It quite a long video but its very interesting.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/BMapXX3ky40" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/BMapXX3ky40</a>
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