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Thread: Homemade Camo Clothes

  1. #1
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    Sep 2007
    Charleston, WV

    Homemade Camo Clothes

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  2. #2
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    Sep 2010
    The Blessed SOUTH
    Rock on!

    But don't you know you can't kill big deer unless your clothes has a tag saying Mossy Oak or Real Tree etc, etc, etc.....LOL Good job!

    I did the same thing with my son's first rifle. Took it a part and put 2 base coats on it and then layered the crap out of it with natural vegetation out lines. Then put 3 coats of satin clear coat on it. IT WILL NEVER RUST and looks good too.
    Your ability as an archer will always be judged by the next shot your about to take. Make it count.
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  3. #3
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    Nov 2011
    West Virginia
    That looks awesome! I'm a fan of Real Tree and Mossy Oak, but I would like to try this some time. Very Cool!
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    Jul 2011
    Dexter, N.Y.
    Pretty good! Must take the patience of a deer hunter to do that.
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