Does anyone else

Does anyone else

This is a discussion on Does anyone else within the Camouflage forums, part of the Field & Tactical category; Besides my still use old school Vietnam, 80s era camo stick face clay in the old metal tubes? Or of you have some laying around ...

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    Does anyone else

    Besides my still use old school Vietnam, 80s era camo stick face clay in the old metal tubes? Or of you have some laying around that you want to get rid of. They are getting harder and harder to find I buy all the surplus I can. Talk about standing up in any environment. I love that stuff. Like I said if you have it and don't use it lets know what you want for it.
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    I'm not familiar with those, but have you tried the Kryolan (stage makeup) TV paint sticks, I'm an SFX makeup artist and I can vouch that they stay on super well, it doesn't contain insect repellent though

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    There is a lot of options for face cammo.

    For one, Halloween stores, or websights. I imagine they have pretty good deals after Halloween.

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    Man, that brings back memories. I think one side of the tube said Lome(?) and Green on the other if I remember correctly. I do remember it was not easy to remove once applied to your face.
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    Loam and Lime Green........

    Use GI bug juice to get the stuff to apply smoothly.

    We'd spend weeks painted up in the field. Every morning you'd clean it all off, shave and then reapply it.

    I left the regular Army and went into the National Guard. On my first trip to the field with the NG I showed up at the battalion TOC with my face painted and burlap on my helmet.
    The old man took me aside and said, "Captain, we don't wear war-paint unless we're at war, now clean that stuff off."
    I haven't worn "war paint" since.

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