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i never heard that one whys it such a bad idea
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Hmmm. The most interesting thing I heard was digital camo. 60 bones for such a sweet set-up there has got to be a catch. Are you just pulling my leg? I would get it if I could. but would paint impacts damage it?
               
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Go to any surplus website, to buy new it costs a little more. No, paint impacts don't damage it from what I've experienced; it's also made of ripstop fabric and double, some places triple seamed, so you don't have to worry about any other damage. The one problem is that it seems to fade quickly, depending on what fabric it's made of; to make it not fade quickly dry it using a closeline, not any type of drying machine.

It seems like all the cool cats do this:
Custom 98, Flatline, r/t, CAR stock, custom camo paintjob, which every hopper I feel like putting on it, vertical adapter, oh dibs, I'm running out of charact
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I actually tried the idea but after the glue dried my shirt turned hard as a brick and turned out to be a complete waist of my time to put it plain and simple it sux and make sure the glue is drie when you trie your bullet proof shirt on.
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Originally posted by meshootyou meshootyou wrote:

it sucks

what did u try it
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grammer????? "what did you try it?"
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That sounds like a crazy idea, good luck with that!!
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Originally posted by semperfi1187 semperfi1187 wrote:

well idea for very effective camo is a guille. I made one, I usually blend in the best, BY FAR. It is very very time consuming though. I spent around 80 hours making mine. And im not jokin at all.  But then again, it was my first, so it was a learning experience. But the idea of the glue on the clothing i guess it was sound like a good idea. The biggest problem i see is if you apply to much glue,,, then all you could get is flat clothes.
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God damn it this is so freakin old. Don't bump crap just for the flying hell of it!
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that is the stupidest thing i have ever heard of ever

 

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What kind of sound would it make if you shot it? Would it sound like shooting a house?
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