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face masks for hunting

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by simply james, May 12, 2008.

  1. simply james

    simply james Banned

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    as above any one got any web links where to get one thanks.
     
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    you can order them from www.uttings.com
     
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    I sometimes use a SPANDOFLAGE face mask as I wear glasses.It feels a bit claustrophobic but you can impregnate it with insect repellant to keep midges at bay.Got to be careful if people are about as they make you look like a movie pervert!!
     
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    thanks chaps will get one ordered.
     
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    bAGNELS got mine from there very thin mesh perfect and cheapish
     
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    cheeres top cat im in town in morning so i will have a look there mate.
     
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    i have a headnet and i hate em.

    obscure your vision and hearing.

    if i can i buld a hide soi dont need it and dont wear it for bad eye quarry like rabbits.

    i think you are best with a baseball cap and then if you want to hide your face a cammo scarf type thing but thin.
     
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    I use a piece of old army scrim net with a slit cut in it, i just pull that over my cap and off i go. Never have any problems.

    A face mask'll cost you something like a tenner, a piece of scrim net is a couple of quid......

    My other kit consists of:

    A German army 'Flecktarn' Gortex suit, paid £40 off Ebay. An old baseball cap and a cheap pair of wool shooting mitts.

    I saw a couple of other shooters out at the weekend on the land next to my shoot, they were dolled up to the nines with expensive real tree gear, they bagged nothing, i got 28 Rook. I bet their suits cost more than their guns !!
     
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    i have the real tree gear and it does work but you do need skill to go with them.
    the cammo helps but you have to know what you are doing.


    i want to make a gilly suit, just buy some old DPM trousers and jacket and stich some old cammo net to them
     
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    They're cool those suits, I'd have one :D
     
  12. a1gunner

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    what for? those tin cans getting the better of you?:D
     
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    make your own ghillie suit like me.
    bog standard dpm, sew on some netting then shove in some jute/burlap tri colour threads and shove the nearest foliage into your boonie,job done!.
    much better than spending 200 quid on a "ready to wear suit"!.

    sumo:D
     
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    :):D:) You are so cruel at times :):D:)
     
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    Have you ever tried stalking a coke can, they're clever creatures :up:
     
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    well i must admit after emptying a few beer cans shooting them is tricky:D
     
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    What do you know about beer, I hate the stuff, cider is much nicer :up:
     
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    well i do like strongbow:eek:
     
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    Good man :D
     
  20. a1gunner

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    i bet you dont mind draining cans before shooting them.

    makes it way more interesting and with a .177 its perfectly safe :finger:
     

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