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    Sonic's Avatar Sonic
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    Default Camo ?

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    Cant really say which is better, depends on your surroundings, for intance, if you hunting in dry veld grass, it will be better having a tand shirt with a broken pattern then a dark green one. thats my opion. Some people say that as long as you have a broken pattern you are just as good as anything else. I reccon the more you blend in with your surroundings to the human eye the better... Can only be.That white water stuff from FX is really nice though.... might catch a bit but its good stuff. this seasons Sniper africa is very green, which might be a good plan since we coming into spring now and things are going to go green......

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    Blanket! he he.

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    duvet!

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    Critter costume. Oops..just shot Jim in his b... He was dressed as a Dassie. I have found normal clouths and no gun works best. I have almost walked up to Springbok and could watch them without any problem but have a gun, camera with telephoto lens and they are gone. The same happned with wild greese on the same farm. Camo might have worked but I feel that it all depends on if the animals have been hunted or not. Those geese were somewhat clever, I creeped up the dam wall ... away they go, that was done with camera and with a gun, no gun, no camera, no creeping and noise , just walked up the wall and sat down, ducks, geese just swam to the other side..clever.
    I even wore grass in a bush hat when I creeped up.


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    Maybe it's just pot luck, but I've found avoiding eye contact helps some too.

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