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Black camo cream only

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by thedogsbollox, May 13, 2015.

  1. thedogsbollox

    thedogsbollox Engaging Member

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    I want some black camo for my face when I am night shooting. When I search ebay all I get is 3 or 5 colours. I only want one, black. Can anyone direct me to where I can get this. And please no racist jokes or pictures of coal.
     
  2. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Get some men's guy-liner,

    boots:D
     
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    Costume face paint may be the cheaper option!

    Hope i'm not teaching you to suck eggs, but if you put moisturiser on your face first, the cam cream comes off easier later. And make up removal wipes are the best thing for removing it!
     
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    I would use a head net rather than camo paint. At least if you have an issue with a member of the public ect you can take it off.
    Cheers Andy
     
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    Max factor do a good range! LOL.
     
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    There's an urban myth that Max Factor make the miltary stuff lol
     
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    Good tip JSB, and there free. Just pinch them from your lady :)
     
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    Can't get on with nets,scrims,scarfs. They fog up me glasses.
     
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    Use burnt cork; cheap and non-sticky. It also won't come off and get all over your gear.

    As stated above, any form of camo paint can be difficult when dealing with other people.
     
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    I have never had a problem with Joe Public on my perm. Especially not at night.
     
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    Only if they see you, shhhhhhhh ;)
     
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    I'm a four eyed git too, and used to suffer the same with fogging. I got some cheap anti fog spray off the net, it's for scuba gear and workmans goggles etc, works a treat.
     
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    The principle use is to break up the outline of your facial features, and to remove the natural shine of the skin. So dark brown will do just as well as black.

    [​IMG]

    Just avoid this^^^^^^
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    OMG read it all now, really? Camo cream? Most quarry will smell you long before they see you, also it's more the movement they'd see too
     
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    Cammo cream stinks better buy a bottle of wine with a real cork, singe the end over a turbo lighter or flame till charred allow to cool and apply to face light spots (bits that get sun burnt) brow, chin, nose cheeks or drink wine after shooting with a nice rabbit dish :D
     
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    An oldie, but goodie I know .... "She was only a pharmacist's assistant until Max Factor" :D
     
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    Theatre make up is what you want as it washes off very easily.

    I really cannot believe anyone cams up??? However, if you are going to do it, do it properly and get right inside the ears also behind the ears and eyelids.

    Inspection at 21.15 for cam and concealment and rattling kit prior to deployment! :)
     
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    And full water bottle! Come on Harry, basics! ;)
     
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    JSB888 You seem a bit too knowledgeable concerning makeup.
     

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