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    nylon camo

    hey guys i found ths place while dooing a search.http://www.diytacticalstore.com/catalog/ they have some various kinds of coated camoed patterns i know its the coated heavy stuff but its pretty cheap.might be some other usefull info there as well have not had time to dig in to the sight much but did notice the had some info on sewing, different types stiches, and other stuff.
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    Nice stuff and cheaper that the fabric store here in Kokomo, In. I bookmarked the page. Thanks. Mule
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    i believe the nylon ripstop, with the "Blackout coating" is close to 4oz per square yard. and their webbing is nylon. so not good for hammocking, but other outdoor stuff its great.

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    Here's a good deal on camo ripstop. Just bought some. Have bought from them before. Nice e-bay rating. http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Woodland-Cam...QQcmdZViewItem
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    that is pretty cheap, cheaper than owfinc....i wonder if it is coated or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIMfrom_indiana View Post
    that is pretty cheap, cheaper than owfinc....i wonder if it is coated or not?
    Not coated. Besides not looking coated, they tell you if it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FanaticFringer View Post
    Here's a good deal on camo ripstop. Just bought some. Have bought from them before. Nice e-bay rating. http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Woodland-Cam...QQcmdZViewItem
    Same company has some 1.1 oz ripstop in olive.
    http://item.express.ebay.com/ws/eBay...EOCA:US:13001]

    Hope these guys are good, because I bought some of this stuff (but haven't seen it yet).

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    Here's a good deal on camo ripstop. Just bought some. Have bought from them before. Nice e-bay rating. http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Woodland-Cam...QQcmdZViewItem
    I have some of that. It ended up being 1.1 oz instead of the 1.5oz advertised. It is really a quality fabric. I used it for the 2nd layer on my bridge hammock and I think I am going to use it for a 1/2 UQ also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HANGnOUT View Post
    I have some of that. It ended up being 1.1 oz instead of the 1.5oz advertised. It is really a quality fabric. I used it for the 2nd layer on my bridge hammock and I think I am going to use it for a 1/2 UQ also.
    Would be o.k if it was 1.1 oz.
    I'm gonna use it as a top cover for my bridge hammock.
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