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World's best camo! (invisible)

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wild1 17-Mar-12
Coyote 65 17-Mar-12
Ole Coyote 17-Mar-12
txhunter58 17-Mar-12
Outdoordan 17-Mar-12
tadpole 17-Mar-12
C.Beck 18-Mar-12
city hunter 18-Mar-12
noodle2000 18-Mar-12
extreme predator 18-Mar-12
MarkU 18-Mar-12
Spike Bull 20-Mar-12
StrutNut 20-Mar-12
snapcrackpop 20-Mar-12
keith 20-Mar-12
DL 20-Mar-12
DonSchultz 21-Mar-12
snapcrackpop 22-Mar-12
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From: wild1 Date: 17-Mar-12

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Can you imagine the discussions we'll have when this becomes available for the general public! Mechanical broadheads and high fenced hunts will have to take a back seat.

From: Coyote 65 Date: 17-Mar-12
I will be the first to chime in. Would it be fair chase if the critter can't see you?

Terry

From: Ole Coyote Date: 17-Mar-12
Sure hope they add scent free goodies, LMAO !!!!!

Stay well !!!!

From: txhunter58 Date: 17-Mar-12
I would sure like to see a video of the same set up where the person walks from one scene into another. Does the cloth change immediately, or require time? Very interesting.

From: Outdoordan Date: 17-Mar-12
Yes, interesting for sure.

From: tadpole Date: 17-Mar-12
I'll throw in a name for it..how about Peeping Tom Camottire.

From: C.Beck Date: 18-Mar-12
Amazing...... the story behind it is great too.

From: city hunter Date: 18-Mar-12
Nice read Very talented person

From: noodle2000 Date: 18-Mar-12
Well,

When it comes out I am only hunting from the ground at that point!!!

From: extreme predator Date: 18-Mar-12
Nice....but smell and movement may still help the game. adn theri 6th sense of a preadator in bow range!!

What if....there is a new High Tech footwear that allows one to float 3 " about the ground with no noise.. ?

that is what I want for mule deer buck stalks

From: MarkU Date: 18-Mar-12
Just take your wife's full length mirror from her closet door and stand behind it, with it tilted down a little.

A reynolds wrap hat will foil their sixth sense.

I made some anti-gravity shoes, but the military told me not to show them to anyone, especially short people and basketball players.

From: Spike Bull Date: 20-Mar-12
MarkU, I am 5'10" and have a hard time dunking when I sit on Shaqs shoulders, size 10.5 wide, thanks!

From: StrutNut Date: 20-Mar-12
They had that stuff years ago. Ever see the Predator movies?;)

From: snapcrackpop Date: 20-Mar-12
That is what they call "a game changer"!!!

Anyone think this is just build-up for the first of next month?

From: keith Date: 20-Mar-12
"A reynolds wrap hat will foil their sixth sense."

The darn deer won't stand still long enough for me to get the hat on him.

From: DL Date: 20-Mar-12
Mercedes has a commercial out that they rig up to make invisable. They cover it in LEDs and a computer does the rest. it really fools the eyes.

From: DonSchultz Date: 21-Mar-12
So I would guess a ground blind made using this tech is first. It would be amazing.

From: snapcrackpop Date: 22-Mar-12

snapcrackpop's Supporting Link

Here is a link to a Q & A interview


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