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cammo on ya rifle

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by a1gunner, Dec 31, 2007.

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do you cammo up your gun?

  1. yes from head to toe

    11 vote(s)
    20.4%
  2. a little, on the silencer or scope

    16 vote(s)
    29.6%
  3. my gun's to pretty to hide

    27 vote(s)
    50.0%
  1. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    how many of you cammo up your rifles?
     
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    i have some cammo tape around the silencer as it gets scatched to bits when i pocke it through all the knooks and cranies around farm buildings
     
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    I stick little pieces of orange peel on my silencer,cheap and does the same job at the fraction of the price :D
     
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    i dont have camo on my gun, i think it ruins the look of it!
     
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    a couple of green socks put on with elastic bands have been doing the trick for years just take them of when your done hunting
     
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    am i right in thinking that you can buy camo covers for your gun!?
     
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    get some socks that fit you and you wont need elastic bands round them:rolleyes:
    plus i bet they clash with your high heels and suspenders
     
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  8. a1gunner

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    thats a colourful image:rolleyes:
     
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    its the tranny comming out of him again
     
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    never camo`d any of my guns..... but when i re-varnish my s200 woodwork i will put a small amount of stain in the varnish, just to darken the colour of the wood a little.

    i did have a BSA mercury with black woodwork once.

    each to their own but not for me thanks
     
  12. andyhawkx3

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    I bet it makes ya bum look big:p
     
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    I sometimes rap a como scarf, around my s410, but that's all.
     
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    i would have thaught that most people would try to hide their rifles:confused:
     
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    a wee pic of my Ruger mini14, c/w cammo stock and NV.

    sumo.
     
  16. andyhawkx3

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    Nice mate, do u use that for the deer or the fox's or both, Orson looking tool:up:
     
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    i have a superten in hardwoods green hydrographic paint and my ultra has some camo tape to break up the shape.

    i can understand why some of you guys dont go near the camo tape as once its been on for a while,removing it does'nt take all the glue or resin from the metal work and getting it of is a nightmare.you have to empty your air reservoir completely and try hot and cold water in short spells to remove it.:mad:

    its personal preferance but full camo head to foot and the complete outline of the gun broken to match i find you can get away with a little more movement if need be without scaring off the chosen target

    i only do hunting by the way and not ft or hft
     
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    Foxes and deer,cos its only got a 1in7 twist barrel I can use 60+grn 223 v maxs or ballistic tip bullets.
    Be real nice to me and Ill show you my scoped up Winchester 1894AE .357mag Legacy!.
    I know its a "short range pistol calibre" but , by christ it makes a big hole at point of aim at 200 mtrs!!..
    Bye bye,whatever Im aiming at within that range!.
    Eh?.
    sumo.
     
  19. andyhawkx3

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    Ive had had ago with me mates, tool and half, at 30yds I had to aim a ft below the centre of the target or I'd miss:D
     
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    I know what you mean,they kick a wee bit too but good fun.
    Just looks a bit strange havin a scope on a Winchester lever action.
    I traded in an old 25/20 blackpowder 1873 Winchester to buy my current one. The dealer gave me 50 quid for it and since I couldnt get ammo for it I let it go.
    Just seen one on an auction site in the states exactly the same for $1000.00:eek:!.

    take care
    sumo
     

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