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  Ghillie Suit | Ghillie Suits For Sale | GhillieSuits.org :: How To Make a Ghillie Suit
  How To Make a Ghillie Suit

How to Make a Ghillie Suit In 8 Easy Steps

A ghillie suit, originally designed for hunting and now also used for military operations, is arguably the best type of wearable camouflage. Specifically, the suit is a full body piece of clothing that is designed to break up your body's outline and add texture.

You can also spend some time to make it better by attaching items such as foliage, branches, and leaves to it. It is much better than standard camouflage wear because it not only attempts to blend into your habitat, it can actually uses parts of your setting.

 

   1. Select a usable suit to start your ghillie suit with. Some basic suits can be bought easily.

          * Expensive suits can be bought which already have a good deal of camouflage built in. It will likely look like a basic camo with flap on it.

          * Cheaper suits can also be bought which only break up your outline (no camo; only a solid color), but with a few branches and such from your surrounding attached, can blend in quite nicely.

   2. Sew knots of netting to the fabric with transparent thread like fishing line. Apply a drop of glue for extra strength.

   3. Tie groups of 5 to 10 strands of jute to the netting with simple knots. Use various colors.

   4. Season the webbing by dragging it behind a vehicle, soaking it in mud, or applying manure. This will help eliminate human scent, especially if the ghillie suit will be used for hunting purposes.

   5.Camouflaged Sniper
      Camouflaged Sniper
      Select items from your setting to keep the best profile. If you are in a wooded area, for example, attach small branches and leaves to the upper half of the suit and feather it to the bottom with items such as grass or twigs.
  
    6. Attach more items to the back of the suit. Sneaking in a ghillie suit is usually crawling with a ghillie suit. Items on your stomach or chest as you belly-crawl will likely get damaged or make noise.

   7. Attach wider items around your head and neck. The human head is the most commonly identified part of the body. The shoulders and neck exaggerate the head. When standing still, your outline must be broken to prevent easy identification.

   8. Be aware of your setting as it changes. If it is possible to stay in your setting as you get from point A to point B, do so. Otherwise, you'll have to incorporate the materials of the new setting you're moving into as you go along.
 

Or your can always save your time and buy a pre-made ready to wear ghillie suit
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