Camo Options

Discussion in 'General Airsoft Discussion' started by kjpo12, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. kjpo12

    kjpo12 New Member

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    Hey guys just needed some help from you on what camo's I should use if I live in the north west (Oregon) right now I'm using ACU because I play CQB, but I still would like to have a camo for outdoor, I'm looking at Multicam and Marpat but I want to know all of my options when it comes to camos. So any suggestions will help me out alot, also if you think that Multicam or Marpat is a choice please tell me but there is other camos I can where that would fit forest terrain that I could find easily that would be awesome. Thanks!

    -Kevin
     
  2. Infidel1

    Infidel1 New Member

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    I would say OD green BDUs or forest MARPAT. Multi cam works best in muddy forest and desert type enviorments.
     

  3. Knief

    Knief Moderator Staff Member

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    I wrote this up for another thread eaerlier this morning, but it applies. Woodland MARPAT, M81, or Multicam would be great. Solid OD would not be great and Multicam works fine in the woods.

     
  4. chumbro

    chumbro New Member

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    Kevin. Just get marpat. It looks cool, it's effective, and it is just awesome.
     
  5. CMYK_Ghost

    CMYK_Ghost New Member

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    Why not go for something a bit different. Polish woodland "panther" pattern works very well in any kind of wooded area. It has soft and hard blending patterns allowing it to better conceal yourself.

    An once again, it is a bit different.
     
  6. Flocktime

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    -Atacs
    *FG blends in well
    *www.propper.com carries them
    *relatively new
    *unique and rare
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    -Marpat
    *also blends in well
    *common nowadays because they are issued
    *found everywhere
    *comes in frog style suit
    *not much gear based off the pattern
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    -M81 Woodland
    *extremely common
    *issued for many years
    *abundant
    *cheap(-$20)for a pair
    *also blends in well
    *lots of gear based off this pattern
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    -Tigerstripe
    *combat issued
    *rare
    *o.k. at blending in
    *virtually no gear based off this pattern
    *inexpensive to purchase copys ($30-$40)
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    -Multicam
    *combat issued
    *rising pattern
    *extremely popular
    *multipurpose (desert and foliage)
    *blends in o.k.
    *expensive in comparison

    ***all patterns mentioned are found at www.propper.com except Marpat
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2012
  7. JakeBworth

    JakeBworth New Member

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    Not a bad list. but as far as tiger stripe goes, legitimate VNTS is the only real stuff and the only kind worth buying. And they run into the several hundred dollars.
    Stay away from the cheap Chinese tiger stripe.
     
  8. Flocktime

    Flocktime New Member

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    Also stay away from cheap multicam. It fades very quick.
     
  9. McGee

    McGee New Member

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    Just get M84 at a surplus store. If you're worried about looking like a noob, add coyote brown web gear and paint your gun and helmet. Tuck in your shirt and wear a rigger's belt.

    You'll save a bunch, and then after you have a good sense of the terrain and the guys you usually work with, you can buy the right pattern later.
     
  10. kjpo12

    kjpo12 New Member

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