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Thread: New Shuswap Sandstone Camouflage

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    New Shuswap Sandstone Camouflage

    This is a stone break up pattern currently being used as a hunting camouflage in the BC interior. I would like your thoughts on what you think of the pattern.

    We are trying to gauge the interest in a pattern like this. Your feedback is appreciated. Thank you.


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    I guess you can do kydex gear ?? How clean do they need to be?


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    Quote Originally Posted by greentips View Post
    I guess you can do kydex gear ?? How clean do they need to be?
    Hello Greentips, yes we can do Kydex gear. The gear should be clean and free of any oils and decal glues. Our Kydex preparation involves a degrease stage but the cleaner the gear when we start the better.

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    Thank you to all who gave us feedback on our Shuswap Sandstone Pattern. The responses was very positive. This pattern has now been added to our film library and is available for both individual and commercial use.

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    Looks really good. What is the durability of the finish? Will regular firearm cleaning solvents damage it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer686 View Post
    Looks really good. What is the durability of the finish? Will regular firearm cleaning solvents damage it?

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    Thank you Boomer, the finish is very durable and is not affected by standard cleaning solvents. This process was developed for the military and is used by commercial manufactures to apply camouflage coatings to firearms. Follow your manufacturers recommended cleaning methods and your finish will last for years.

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