Product Feature: AR-15 Rifle & M4 Carbine Camouflage Kit
Our top seller is without a doubt the AR-15 & M4 Carbine Camouflage Skin Kit. We may not be the only producer of rifle or shotgun camouflage wraps, but we are the first to design and sell DIY kits specifically for AR-15 Rifles and M4 Carbines.
Posted on August 20 2014
Camo Spotlight: Muddy Girl® By Moon Shine Camo®
Camouflage is trending. What used to be a strictly military and tactical application has turned into a cultural phenomenon. In the wake of fashion, camouflage has become less about concealment and more about style.
Posted on August 07 2014
The Story Behind GunSkins
Every business starts somewhere. Usually, there's a demand in the market and someone steps up to meet that need. Though a demand does exist, the idea to camouflage firearms was born out of an experience. It's a story that might be very familiar if you have ever found yourself.
Posted on July 23 2014
Camo Spotlight: A-TACS AU™
A-TACS AU was designed for urban and arid environments. While some patterns are exclusively designed for specialized locations, the A-TACS AU pattern can blend in successfully again rock, sand, bark, and brush.
Posted on July 19 2014
Wrap Your Gun in Camouflage | Turn Normal into Novelty
Would a sunset yellow color and leafy pattern on a shotgun help or hinder duck hunters hiding in the grasslands? How would a traditional army camouflage pattern on an assault rifle serve as a honorary reminder and present affirmation for those in the armed forces?
Posted on March 13 2014
How to Install A Gun Skin Camo Wrap on Your Firearm
The purpose of this article is to instruct you about installing the gun skin, step by step. We'll look at each step and offer tips and tricks along the way. For some firearms it's easier than others, but all of these steps apply to pretty much anything you want to wrap.
Posted on February 12 2014
5 Reasons to Wrap Your Gun in Camouflage
I understand that not everyone who reads this owns a firearm or participates in the activity of outdoor hunting. But even air-soft, paintball, and pellet guns qualify for a gun skin. You don't have to be a gun enthusiast to agree that a firearm wrapped in camo is pretty cool.
Posted on January 23 2014