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Posted: 10/2/2005 5:01:37 AM EDT
I believe natural gear has the best camo scheme for our region. Realtree and Mossyoak stands out against the grayish winter background.

What do you where during the winter in Georgia?
Link Posted: 10/2/2005 7:44:32 AM EDT
There's a 'winter' in GA? (jk)

Since we don't have that hard of winters (usually) whatever works in spring should work in winter.

I'm going with Crye Precision's Multicam. I can overspray it if needed for season and/or geographic changes.

Plain ol OD and Coyote Brown would be good choices as well. Haven't seen the ACU in the real world to know if it would be a good choice.
Link Posted: 10/2/2005 7:48:06 AM EDT
I agree that Mossy/Realtree have issues. My biggest issue is that the pattern is so dense, blurs into one dark shape at any distance. I personally want to try Predator Deception this year. Anyone have experience with this camo in GA?
BTW, if you have pics of the Natural Gear in use in GA I would love to see it.
Link Posted: 10/2/2005 7:50:41 AM EDT

Originally Posted By thompsondd:
There's a 'winter' in GA? (jk)



We have what I like to call an "Extended Fall"
Link Posted: 10/2/2005 9:12:44 AM EDT
I like the Austrian flecktarn camo from fall through winter. Especially in hardwoods.
Link Posted: 10/3/2005 10:25:18 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Kletzenklueffer:
I like the Austrian flecktarn camo from fall through winter. Especially in hardwoods.



Austrian and German Flecktarn both work well in GA woodlands. Anyone know how well Marpat works?
Link Posted: 10/3/2005 5:25:06 PM EDT

Originally Posted By BiggerStick47:

Originally Posted By Kletzenklueffer:
I like the Austrian flecktarn camo from fall through winter. Especially in hardwoods.



Austrian and German Flecktarn both work well in GA woodlands. Anyone know how well Marpat works?



It works great.
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