Multicam vs ACU, Which is the better camo for a FLC (fighting load carrier) vest to be used in the woods.
We have dense under brush mixed with pine, sweet gum and oak trees.
I bought a FLC vest in woodland camo along with an AR-15 magazine. The package is on its way and supposed to be here...
Just a shot in the dark here.
Several months ago I found a website on SB for a woman who ran a small business out of her home where she sewed various multicam items; bashas, ponchos, beanies, scarves etc.
I think her website was in a post by someone who recommended her work.
Of course, I...
So I got picked for the one detail that is fun, playing Opfor , playing a bad guy for army training.
I decided what the hell I will wear my cammies and my rig for shtf. M
The camo was a huge advantage btw. Me and three others using small unit unconventional tactics destroyed iteration...
You'll have a hard time finding all of these. :xeye:
(Personally I use Multicam)...
Just found out about this U.S. Army Branded Camping Gear.
It'd be awesome if they were USGI quality offerings, but I doubt it.
Any one have any experience with any of this stuff? $50. for both.
I'm sure a lot of you are familiar with the various patterns of camo available, just wondering what everyone's preferred types are and why?
Granted, it should be best for your situation/location. I'm opting to go with the new A-TACS FG for the very green coniferous forests of Oregon.
I was moved to revisit to the subject of personal camouflage when I stumbled onto the MultiCam web site the other day. MultiCam is, in my never so humble opinion, such a strong improvement over the US Army's current (ACU) camouflage uniform that it's blasted its way through the layers of...
I was all geared up to get a Marpat shirt, but I ran across a new camo; X-Camo.
It is a cross between Marpat and Multicam. IN the Southeast US woodland Marpat is good and Multicam is good but not as good as Marpat. Anybody have any opinions of Xcamo compared to the other 2?
I'm taking some...