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Discussion in 'Tactics and Technique' started by Sam Crouch, Aug 11, 2013.
DPM means 'displaced pattern material' and is literally the material in any camouflage pattern
But DPM in general means the British camouflage schemes from the 60s up to its replacement - MTP. MTP is in the Mulitcam colour scheme, but retains the uniquely British DPM style patterns
Personally I use woodland camo as i play in fairly dark conditions
I always liked Bushlan camo in the spring/summer, and then Rhodesian in the autumn. One camo isn't generally the answer. The whole idea is to blend with your environment and as the environment changes, so does your best camo option.
Didn't Perception wear Bushlan?
I liked the Diamondback that Norfolk 'n' Chance wore. Eclipse HDE works well, and it's cheap on here.
LOL, yes, Perception wore it. That brings back some memories!
The old wolf camo was pretty cool, trying to find an example but keep coming up with people in wolf fleece jackets
Perception were a bunch of large short-tempered Brummies.
At least, that's how I perceived them. Get it? Perceived?
Some of us were large. Some of us were also short tempered I guess, although that's probably because we lost so much...
All of us were good honest blue-collar midlanders!
anything that has DPM cammo is what the milletery use