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Hey guys, just thought id put this link up for anyone who's interested.

Its the facebook page of an ex-British Army sniper who now makes ghillies, Rifle wraps as well as customised camouflage equipment. He does it in his spare time, between airsofting, his family and work time.

each ghillie suit takes about ten hours to complete, which is about right, he then takes it to his local woodland and 'ages it' he drags it through thorns and branches, streas and mud until it is suitably weathered.

im not sure if he posts to the US but i know he does to Ireland and the UK.

This is the facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CustomSniperEquipment?ref=ts

Yossers airsoft blog and airsoft odysey have done reviews on his gear.

he also sometimes does training courses too.

The ghillie capes he makes are amazing, based on the web-tex cape, with clumps of dyed burlap jute and other material glue gunned and sewn into the cape directly. Pictures can be found on his facebook page, of his own and customers ghillies.

Hope this helps anyone starting out and for relatively little money. (£110 or about $150ish)

sasquatch
 
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My thoughts exactly! I love the looks on peoples faces when they see my suit. Or even more when I am feet away from them freaking out cause I cant understand why they havent seen me yet,lol.. This dude makes some some sweet ghillies though. I was browsing google images one night and saw his ghillies and decided to send him a message saying his work was excelent and he replied back and sent me friend invites. Seems like a real stand up dude.
 

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Yeah Paul is a great guy. If you have any questions he answers them and more. A good friend of mine uses one and ive used it too and its fantastic little bulky to pack up. But he keeps it in a bin bag.

A good thing i noticed, it doesnt snag on branches like a 'stringy' ghillie. Ill be investing in a few in the New Year, for my spotter and myself. Ill write up a review, unless someone beats me to it :)
 
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