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The art of camouflage

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    I have always been fan of this series of photos taken at the British First Army School of Scouting, Observation and Sniping during WW1. These came to my attention after reading Major Hesketh- Prichard's Sniping in France 1914- 18 Pretty effective considering that camouflage was really in its infancy at the time I reckon. Oh, and in the second pic there are two snipers
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    Here is the closest known camouflage to man....... which will never be 100% effective from the eyes of his more disciplined half.
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    Digital camo works in couches, it seems.

    Personally I prefer ATACS (arid).
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    The Realtree camouflage in post #1 is often seen advertised in monthly shooting publications in the UK. I'm not entirely convinced there isn't a bit of photo shopping going on with it.

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    Quote by sandgroper View Post
    This is about as good as it gets I reckon!
    0.0 if the black parts weren't there, then he would be 100% invisible...

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    Here is my contribution... When i hear of camouflafed items first thing it crosses my mind is the pic of the bf109 in the desert! Everything else is the result of the internet search that followed! Some pretty amazing photos out there!!!

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    Quote by Scout View Post
    Digital camo works in couches, it seems.

    Personally I prefer ATACS (arid).
    i bet he carries the couch with him in the field in order to blnd in when things turn red...

  8. #18

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    The realtree and it's variants worked very well when I used to hunt waterfowl and doves in the Imperial Valley in California. I've heard rumors that waterfowl see as well as a human looking through a 4X scope, but don't have any idea if there is any truth to that.

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    Quote by Woolgar View Post
    We learn from nature...
    I believe the Army used to call the Waffen SS , "tree frogs" . Due to there camo uniforms . But it didn't take long for them to change their tune .

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    Quote by Woolgar View Post
    We learn from nature...
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    In memory of Capt. Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans. South Pole Expedition, 30th March 1912.

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