This is a discussion on New Timer Gillie Question within the Camouflage forums, part of the Field & Tactical category; I'm relatively new to sniping. I've been an avid hunter and I play competitive [ We don't use the word for these little plastic BB ...
I'm relatively new to sniping. I've been an avid hunter and I play competitive [We don't use the word for these little plastic BB guns on this site. Google knows all.].
I'm looking for advice on building a gillie suit.
I've asked a number of my sniper friends for advice, but I wanted to ask for more.
I've looked at synthetic thread, dyed burlap, yarn. What do y'all suggest? Build a kit over pre-made?
Thanks in advance.
We don't play with plastic toys here.
Custom Concealment Inc
Main Catagory: Military
Sub Catagory: Military Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers
Country : United States
State: Ohio - OH
Address: 731 Keen Street
Zip code: 43701
Tel: (740)453-3702 - 7404533702
Before 2008, this company made FLIR proof ghillie suits ($2400.00) $2200.00 for prior military "discount". Thanks to the DOD, these suits are no longer available. The DOD classified the FLIR proof suits as , and get this,.....: "Munitions". However, "For a Few Dollars More", you can still purchase a very fine suit from this company as suggested by Maj. John L. Plaster, pg. 387, "The Ultimate Sniper".
Hope this helps you out.
Last edited by bravo2; 09-07-2015 at 11:31 AM.