Wrapping Your Firearm
Start at the Ends of the Gun and Work Towards the Middle: For best adhesion, start applying Camo Form at the tip of the gun's barrel and at the bottom of the stock (fig 4) Cut wrap when you reach the hinge or trigger. Make sure gun is not loaded. NEVER wrap around trigger or safety.
Wrapping your gun with Camo Form helps prevent dangerous malfunctions caused by freezing condensation inside the chamber. This will also help keep other moving parts working normally.
Safe Camo Form® Gun Wrap
Follow standard safety precautions when applying Camo Form™ to firearms. Make sure weapon is not loaded, confirm that the safety is in the “on safe” position and point the barrel away from you at all times. Camo Form should not interfere with the safety or action of a firearm. If this occurs after application, remove Camo Form and reapply in a manner that allows for the proper function of all parts.
Step By Step Application Guide
For best adhesion apply in temperatures above 40º F ( 5º C). Secure beginning of Camo Form by overlapping entire width of roll for the first wrap. (fig 1)
Stretch Camo Form® while applying to weapon. This will help to apply Camo Form smoothly and will maximize the life of the camo wrap.
Stretch, wrap and overlap Camo Form by 1⁄4 inch on sucessive wraps.
Store Camo Form in sealed plastic bag away from direct sunlight and extreme heat. (fig 2)
Wet Camo Form should be removed from moisture sensitive items such as wood stocks, gun barrels, optics, etc. Allow Camo Form and item to dry, then reapply. If Camo Form loses self cling properties over time due to extended exposure to sunlight or extreme heat, fabric can be reused and secured with tape.
Wrap Cords & Other Items
Camo Form® can also be used to wrap accessory cords and other items. You can wrap knife handles, canteens, flashlights, dog collars, binoculars and anything else you may want to camouflage or protect.
Camo Form® is also ideal for wrapping paintball guns, bows & more!
To Cover "Unwrappable" Areas
To cover areas that cannot be wrapped, cut strips that are long enough to be stuck to Camo Form on both sides of the area forming a bridge.
Attach loose pieces with extra Camo Form overwraps for added strength.
Special Camo Form® Applications
To cover odd shaped or moving parts
Cut small strips of Camo Form and wrap moving parts such as binocular or scope dials separately to allow these controls to move freely.
Cut Out Areas for Usability
To cover unique areas, such as gun sights and attachment points, cut holes in Camo Form to maintain functionality.