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Thread: Bone Head Camouflage on synthetic stock

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    CGN Regular Stillar's Avatar
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    I like it. Have you done any testing to see how hard it is to pick it out of the background as compared to other cammo. patterns? Or is it a "look cool" design?
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    It looks like good camo for dry grasslands. It also has a bit of appeal in that it is not a standard camo pattern like real tree hardwoods etc.

    Very unique. Very cool.

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    It's different. I like it.

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    I like the patterns you guys have on your website Looks good!

    So, curious, how durable is this? Cleaning agents, bumps and hits, and adhesion to materials like wood vs. poly stocks etc.?


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    @Stillar - The developers of this camouflage were looking to create a non-typical camouflage that works well in all hunting environments. The idea is that beyond the 5 ft mark you have an effective camouflage and inside that 5 ft mark you have a visually stunning camouflage. Another great feature about this pattern is that if you have it printed on a white base it creates a very effective snow pattern.

    @emilio613 - The process we do is extremely durable. After the firearm is printed it is top coated with a 2 part urethane product designed to withstand some of the harshest environments from heat to salt and chemicals. It stands up very well to standard gun cleaning solvents and oils. This process works equally well on metals, woods, composites, and synthetics.

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    I likey a lot!! Nice change of pace, and appears to be neutral in most fall hunting conditions while the leaves are changing....

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    Nice and even close by
    price on doing this ?

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    the perfect blend of cool and practical. love it guys

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    interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by CobraImaging View Post
    Another great feature about this pattern is that if you have it printed on a white base it creates a very effective snow pattern.
    Any pics of that? I'd love to see it

    awesome setup btw!

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