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Again, another Dennison derived camo pattern of South Vietnamese origin that became popular for use in jungle environments. Mostly associated with [[Southeast Asia]]n countries who still use it today, it was used by the [[Australia]]n and [[New Zealand]] version of [[THEM]] and still today by the French Foreign Legion in French Guyana. Not a bad camo pattern but sadly has become somewhat tacky due to extensive usage by [[spams]] and [[airsoft]] mongs.
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Although this pattern is often seen by many as [[ally]], it must be noted that actually the users of this pattern have lost wars (South [[Vietnam]], Tamil Tigers etc.).
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Latest revision as of 23:42, 4 April 2011

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Tigerstripe

Again, another Dennison derived camo pattern of South Vietnamese origin that became popular for use in jungle environments. Mostly associated with Southeast Asian countries who still use it today, it was used by the Australian and New Zealand version of THEM and still today by the French Foreign Legion in French Guyana. Not a bad camo pattern but sadly has become somewhat tacky due to extensive usage by spams and airsoft mongs.

Although this pattern is often seen by many as ally, it must be noted that actually the users of this pattern have lost wars (South Vietnam, Tamil Tigers etc.).