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#1 User is offline   Tyr. 

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Post icon  Posted 12 May 2009 - 08:34 PM

I've recently been experimenting with my new ghillie suit and I've stumbled upon the problem (literally) of branches and various other small grabby things snagging the lower strands of my suit and causing me to drag the smaller limbs making alot of noise or stop and remove them only to accumulate more in 3 more steps. So I'm wondering how you guys keep your from picking up a small forest on your legs. :wub:
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Posted 17 May 2009 - 05:00 PM

Lessen the density of camouflage at the bottom of your legs. The less there is to snag if you do this.
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Posted 19 May 2009 - 08:43 AM

I usually just leave them there unless the impede movement, one time i tried to kick a stick off and it flew and hit someone lol

But yeah removing some of the material around your ankles will solve that problem, otherwise after you play at a field for a long time you tend to pick up all the sticks so that later on there are no more sticks left onthe ground to attach to you. Thats what happened to me
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Posted 22 March 2010 - 06:20 AM

if you have a camo netting suit, just cut all the loops so ther aer not any holes for stuff to get stuck in. if you have a jute/burlap suit, thin out the matirial around your ankles then (your gona think ima nut but hear me out cause it works for me) comb out all the knots in your ghillie just like you would comb the knots outa long hair. ive hade both kinds so i know what im talkn bout even if it sounds crazy. lol!

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Posted 19 April 2010 - 07:27 PM

View PostTyr., on May 12 2009, 10:34 PM, said:

I've recently been experimenting with my new ghillie suit and I've stumbled upon the problem (literally) of branches and various other small grabby things snagging the lower strands of my suit and causing me to drag the smaller limbs making alot of noise or stop and remove them only to accumulate more in 3 more steps. So I'm wondering how you guys keep your from picking up a small forest on your legs. :heart:


You either reach over and snap the thing close to the suit and keep going or you keep going and let the strength of the suit snap it for you. Don't bother removing it completely from the suit when you're done, it's free stuff that looks like it's supposed to be there.

You may also be moving too fast. A stalk takes some time but the slower you go the more it buys you in silence. When you're slow, you have a chance to see potential problems and eliminate them before being heard. Remember you're not just there to eliminate targets of oportunity, you are also the eyes and ears and mouth of your team, in other words you are recon, you make the rest of your team look freakin awesome when they show up cuz they know everything they need to know before they showed up to duke it out. You're the one EVERYONE worries about cuz you spoil the other teams plans. :)

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