Jeez, Wolf. I knew you had fantastic guns but I didn't know you could impersonate James Bond with them. But I gotta say, that background looks like it came from a green screen. It just looks so out of place with the suit.
Out of curiosity, did you pose like that just for this pic, or was this for something else?
No I pose just for this pic, it was mid summer and pretty hot, I literally run down to change clothes! My wife took the shot and it was hard to keep my daughter out of the frame!
Also I had to be sneaky not the people below to see me with a gun at the top of the building!! We are not so used at the sight of gun and I didn't want to have problems!
The following 2 pics it is my light concelment vest (the volume is inferior to 1,5l bottle and the weight is inferior to 600gr).
The objective of this concelment is to be able to be use in the big parties (more 48 hours). His purpose it is to conceal me up : the camouflage can look like at the bottom of the forest, not on the ground.
Here my binom which takes his 60l bag, in Multicam, not 3D concealed, and my bag (the same) to the left with my concelment vest on the top.
And down, there are 2 pics of my "heavy" concealment made to conceal me on the ground. (The pants are no again made, the hood is not finishes either).
For the rifle I will be letting the netting hang over the sides which will be filled with jute and veg, and a long tail past the butt which will be used as a veil if needed. I also have a new scope which is being painted right now.
The suit is an authentic ghillie suit worn by a Marine sniper in Desert Storm. BDU is by Propper and the suit has been made beautifully. As you can tell in the pictures I have not added any vegetation yet. The boonie is an ACU pattern I believe made by Rotcho and I did that myself. I will be doing the rifle in a day or two and will update once that is done.
After taking the pictures I walked down the street (2am).. I only saw one car pass me head on.. I'm assuming they saw me (or my silhouette) because they swerved about 50 feet in front of me.. I live in WA - maybe they thought they saw bigfoot and got scared?