Black, is a color that doesn't appear in nature- anywhere...
Ive heard this before a number of time. I suppose the skunks, raccoons, crows, and a few other things never got the message.
Generally, you dont see to much black in the camo patterns, but some do have a good bit, and even they work well. Its that "all black", or unbroken silhouettes thats usually the give away, especially when used when cammied up and movement is involved. Just like unpainted/uncovered faces and hands.
What about old oily wood stocks, any recomendations?
Ive done a number of old wood stocks. As with any of them, just degrease everything real well, and you should be fine.
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