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The Ghillie and the Gun.

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Well, I have lurked long enough. Time to show you fellas what I'm rolling with.

But first, the classic sniper pic...

I made my ghillie by hand, the good ol' fashion way. The coat is not mil-spec, just a military 'esque type jacket I had laying around. I reinforced the chest and the elbows with canvas. It is mostly broken in, but it could still use a lot of tender love and care (by that I mean abuse, mud, sun fading, etc.)

The ghillie front

The ghillie back

The rifle

This is my rifle, the Maruzen Type 96. I built the gun from the ground up. I got it stock from Redwolf just about two years ago. Now it isn't quite stock.

It has the following...
-Laylax Zero Trigger
-Laylax Teflon Cylinder
-Laylax Cylinder Head
-Laylax High-Power Piston
-Laylax Power Accuracy Cup
-Laylax Spring Guide
-Laylax 150 Spring
-PDI Hop-Up Chamber
-Prometheus Soft Bucking
-Prometheus 650mm Tightbore Barrel
-King Arms Suppressor
-King Arms 3.5-10X Replica M3 Scope
-Many sleepless nights

Thanks for taking a look. I am sure there are more pictures to come. Feel free to comment.
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Nice pics man, I believe I saw that rifle one on MIA. ;)

Any chance we could see some close ups of the ghillie?
You might find the floss to be more "tedious"but I find it more affective than any band method. Having a spotter is useful for adding veg in game, but when out of game, you can veg your ghillie on your own. It's just easier to have a spotter, especially when time is of the essence.
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