"The Invisible Advantage Workbook: Ghillie Suit Construction Made Simple" Book by Tom Forbes
Publisher: Paladin Press
Date of Publication: March 2002
Number of Pages: 80
From the publisher:
The three-dimensional camouflage of the famed ghillie suit is unparalleled in its ability to conceal the outdoorsman. But preassembled suits are expensive, and kits can be both costly and time-consuming. Tom Forbes, author of the best-selling PVC Projects for the Outdoorsman book and The Invisible Advantage video has come up with an alternative. Using simple procedures and economical, easily found materials, Forbes guides readers through the manufacture of several different kinds of ghillie suit, including the garment used by the British military during World War II. This handy workbook contains tips on materials and techniques used in ghillie suit construction, as well as valuable information on stalking methods. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, softcover, photos, illus., 80 pp. ISBN 1-58160-310-X
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