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Uning Self-adhesive Protective Camouflage Tape Wrap 5CM x 4.5M Tactical Camo Form Multi-functional Non-woven Fabric Stealth Tape Stretch Bandage for Outdoor Military Hunting (Pack of 3) (Camouflage 2)

$37.99$8.99FREE SHIPPING

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  • 【No Sticky Residue】Self-adhesive elastic contraction, sticks to itself and leaves no sticky residue when removed.
  • 【Good Protection】Non-woven fabric material,can wrap and conform to any shape. Protecting guns,cameras or other device from scratches, dramatically improving grip and insulating hands from hot or cold surfaces.
  • 【Multi-functional】Perfect used for basic covering of items like hunting guns, rifle, knife handles, telescope, camera, or to deck out your paintball/airsoft guns.
  • 【Reusable】The camouflage tape can be used multiple times. You can easily remove it and roll back for next time use.
  • 【Concealment Aid】Each roll of camo tape is 4.5m in length and 5cm in wide after totally stretching, it is designed to wrap on hunting or photography equipment to reduce glare and to remain undetected in woodlands


  • Product Review


    Laura LaJoie

    Doesn't have an odor, so you don't have to worry about it if you bought it for hunting gear. It works just as well as regular Coban. I'm definirly going to buy a lot more.

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    Cucumber Field

    Love this stuff. Going to buy more. Stays put where you put it. I wrapped my tree stand rails with this, over wrapped thick foam insulation too, and it stays. Wish I had gotten more at the time.

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    Grim

    This is a great product. It looks amazing on my airsoft rifle, and it was super easy to apply. If my first attempt at a section didn't work perfectly, I could remove and reposition it without waste. It feels pretty good to my hands too. I will definitely order more when I think of more things to wrap.

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    Jackagepackage

    Bought three rolls because I wasn’t sure how many it would take to wrap my ak47. Had to cut and use another roll, but’s it’s more than enough to wrap an ak’s furniture and magazine.

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    None Ya

    Love this stuff...... it does not stick to the item ..It sticks to it self like a ace bandage..... without the Velcro...It's not at all sticky and leaves no mess....I have taken off and put back on the same piece and re adjusted many times and it still sticks to it self ......

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    Pjnjazz

    My husband bought this to wrap legs of his tripod and his scope. It did great, covered what he needed and added durability. I gave 4 stars because it's not quite as durable as the others but for the price it worked great

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    Quentin

    Put it on my paintball gun. Looks great

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    M. Night Shyam-alien

    This stuff is literally just camo patterned medical bandaging. If you know what you're getting into it's fine. It won't stick to other surfaces, which means it will slide around on smooth materials like a wood stock. Protection of surfaces is going to be minimal, but it looks pretty good.

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    JET Setter

    This product is like any other self-adhesive tape as far as quality and durability. I have no complaints. You can readjust and reuse the tape as needed, and the stretch gives it some extra comfort. The enhancement is the snappy urban camouflage design. The product lives up to expectations.

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    ColoradoBob

    I used this to wrap around the upper metal leg sections of my spotting scope tripod to camo it a bit. Was very pleased with how well it wrapped and stayed securely in place. I do also have a hunting rifle with a stainless barrel so will be wrapping that the next time I go out for a hunt.

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    C. Mounce

    I bought this for my husband during hunting season. It's muti-functional, flexible, and self - adhesive. My husband absolutely loves that this product has no sticky residue and he can reuse it for other multi-purpose things . I'm very happy with my purchase because I can use it as a concealment aid that's stretchy and comfortably fits any area of my body. This was a great buy and it's easy to use. Highly recommend

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    darla

    I like this a lot for anything needing cover from the elements but also for any places that might need something to soak up a lil sweat. It looses it's color after a little while shooting if you're rubbing on it and honestly this is almost the same stuff you get when they wrap a large needle hole at the doctors. It also melts with the slightest touch of flame so you can seal it off if you feel like it. I'm sure they don't recommend that... but it works.

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    A143

    Self adhesive, meaning the tape will only stick to itself, you can't use it as regular tape.My mistake was not reading the post, I simply looked through photo reviews.Tape looks great, works as it should, but not for what I originally planned. Bright side is that it doesn't fade much when you stretch the tape.... highly stretchy by the way and another thing I like about the product is that it won't leave a sticky residue after tape removal.I used this for a lens but might stick to a carbon fiber tripod for events.... security cant say no to tripods if they can't see them hahha #Camo jk

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    Errol B. Sperling

    I REALLY LIKE THIS STUFF. THE MOMENT I RECEIVED IT, I WRAPPED MY GUT KNIFE. IT WAS QUICK AND SIMPLE. NOW THE KNIFE PRESENTS A GOOD GRIP WITH COMFORT. NOW I AM THINKING OF OTHER USES, SUCH AS GUN GRIPS AND TOOL HANDLES. THERE IS A NICE CUSHIONED FEEL TO THIS TAPE AND IT IS GOOD LOOKING. I KNOW I WILL COME UP WITH OTHER USES BECAUSE I THINK THIS TAPE IS GREAT.

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    Nathansilver1967

    put some on my 7.62 x 51 LM&T, took it out shooting a few weekends ago and wow! it really makes the longgun feel at home with or without combat gloves on. and it might even dampen the noise from everywhere except the end of the barrel. IMHO. Would be good to have several types of cammo patterns on hand to accomodate different backdrops (background). i ordered several patterns and removed the cardboard tube in the middle of all of them. now, they crush flash and are carry-friendly. also, another options i thought about, is to layer all of my different patters and peel off what does not fit current area, and use the next pattern. the tape is reusable to a certain point. think of an ace bandage with soms light tackiness.

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    chad

    Good Product Used It To Camo A Marlin 795. Great way to protect the finish on a rifle and add a tactical look for cheap.

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    Steve 55

    In use on a rifle stock, covering a closed foam cheek pad and wrapping a blindingly bright aluminum 40oz water bottle. With no additional/other tape, the camo tape has stayed secure for both applications. Pull that final wrap snug but don't over-stretch for best results. Next Amazon order, I'll buy a few more camo colors.....this stuff is very handy and would work equally well in a 1st Aid situation. (the texture and consistency is similar to Vet-Wrap)

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    Eric H

    I am using this stuff to wrap outside equipment in the shade. Feels like fuzzy polyester and spandex with latex backing. It is very easy to wrap on itself with tension, and it immediately comes off with no residue. UV stability and weather durability is unknown.Great easy removable camo treatment. I bet you could even use it for medical bandaging.

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    Ulf E.

    I wrapped a telescope with it. It adheres very well to itself but not at all to the object, so after removal the telescope still is as new. Good camouflage, although you should select the camo pattern according to the local environment.

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    Michael J. Hartmann

    The material reminds me of a thin ace bandage. It’s sticky, but lightly so, though for my application that light adhesion seems to be doing just fine. Although I had to rank durability here the jury is out on how long this material will hold up outside. I will find out eventually. About 2 months have passed with no sign of failing.

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