Last week I ordered 2 rolls of CamoForm camouflage wrap. After trying it out today on a rifle stock and knife sheath (pictures included), as far as I can tell, CamoForm is the easiest way to camouflage anything. You can use CamoForm on any gear without fear of damaging or the pain of painting.
CamoForm is basically a camouflage self adhesive bandage wrap for your gear. It is easily removable with no residue and reusable. The package even says that if your CamoForm ever loses it’s self cling properties you can wash it in soap and water and it will continue to work.
- Stretch Fabric Conforms to any object
- Conceals, Protects & Silences Gear, Reduces Glare, Increases Grip, and Provides Padding & Insulation
- Heavyweight fabric Protects from Sand, Dirt, Dust, and Debris.
- Ideal for Weapons, Scopes, Binoculars, Flashlights, Knife Handles & Sheaths, Ammo Clips and more.
- Available in Black, Snow, Standard Dessert, Standard Woodland, 4 Different Mossy Oak variations, Multicam, Digital Dessert and Army Digital.
I got 2 rolls of Army Digital and tried it on the old Marlin Model 60 and the sheath to my Buck Nighthawk and both worked well.
Marlin Model 60 Stock
I thought the results were pretty impressive for a few minutes worth of work that I can remove anytime I need. Which, by the way, the company recommends for times when the CamoForm gets wet and dirty so it doesn’t hold moisture to your gun. Clean both the gun and the tape then reapply.
Buck Nighthawk Sheath
For this one I just wrapped the sheath. I also read somewhere that with the Army Digital Camo tape (and maybe others) you can reverse it to get a sort of dessert camo look. I thought that was cool, and it worked pretty well. (Last Picture)
Amazon has almost all of the different patterns available.
- Standard Dessert
- Standard Woodland
- 4 Different Mossy Oak variations
- Digital Dessert
- Army Digital
Knowing that you don’t have to paint expensive firearms or other gear, what would you camouflage with CamoForm? Let me know in the comments.