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Old 09-02-2012, 12:39 PM   #11
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If I wear any campo, its cheap overalls or bdu's.

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Blue jeans, Georgia work boots, and a camo t shirt. Camo cap.

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Beutiful rifles don't mean much ether. Buy a solid old real rifle and a basic knife and if you need camo get some mil spec camo and hit the woods. Jeans a flannel also works. Its more about a learn skill level than camo so NO tactici-cool junk. Someone other newbe may shoot you for a bear. Do read yur stses hanting laws on if and howw much blaze orange you need on for firearm hunting. Don't expect big returns for a couple years unless you get lucky ether. Hunted for 43 years and still learning new tricks.

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I wear a tweed jacket, Wellington boots, and a neck tie.
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Grey Poupon? Why, yes....

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I am an armed security guard for a company and I bought my own equipment for the job tactical boots tactical pants tactical vest ect.. Anyways I want to get more into hunting but I am just starting out and dont have the money for the nice camoflauge from real tree the or the money for a beautifal rifle and the nice buck knife and all that if I were to go hunting id look like a swat team officer in the foresst lol what do you wear while hunting?
This is a horrible idea.



I hunt in jeans, t shirt, orange vest, boots.
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I thought he was jokeing! Lol I guess not. that is verry cool
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While it MAY(not proven) be true that some animals are colorblind, they can still see shapes, and light and/or dark shades. The original purpose of camo is to break up the shape of something or somebody so that it does not look out of place in the natural surroundings. I personally wear BDUs or old fatigues when sitting in my treestand, but any type of drab colors. A blaze orange vest or hat my also be required. Here in AL on the state game management areas, one or the other is required during 'gun' deer season but not during archery season or while small game hunting. On private lands it's required regardless. There again, I wear a blaze orange cap.

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