Hunter's Specialties Camo No-Mar Vinyl Gun and Bow Tape
Good for it's purpose
It's no camo dip, but if you're on a budget this stuff works fine. At first, I was really careful about cutting precisely to accomodate curves on the stock and handgrip, but then I found an easier way. If you apply a small amount of heat (I used a hair dryer) the vinyl will warm up and using a papertowel to smooth it out, it will form and adhere much better to curves. You want it just warm, not hot. If it gets hot, you run the risk of it stretching too much and ruining the camo job. I've had this on my shotgun for about two months, and it holds up pretty well. I haven't had a need to take it off yet, so I can't comment on any residue, but appearance-wise, i like it alot.
April 29, 2009
This product does what it says it will do...except for not leaving a residue. It does a have a little stretch to it. A little. And it does require just a little bit of patience. A little...not a lot. And it looked GREAT on my gun. I was pleased. Until I took it off at the end of the season. It did leave some "adhesive" type marks. But with a little extra solvent and elbow grease, they came off...thankfully. I doubt I will use this again. A sock or "self-cling" wrap won't work on my gun since it's a pump action. I'm still looking for a good, in-expensive, temporary way to camo my gun for turkey season.
March 16, 2009
Save your money
I tried this tape, it is absolutely useless. It did not even stick to my gun, and kept peeling off. Save your money and by the Camo Cloth Tape. It is much better and does what it is supposed to do. I had the cloth on my gun and because it was not long enough for my gun (slightly short) bought the vinyl one to camouflage the rest of it...absolutely no good. The only right thing about it is that it has no mar, but if it does not stick to start with, how good could that be? I gave it a one star because there isn't zero stars. If there was, I would've.
October 24, 2010
Its camo duck tape. what else can be said. Bye it, use it, love it.
July 16, 2006