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Unregistered User Thursday, May 9th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Products Used:
I haven't found anything else like this
Marker Setup: Model 98 custom w/ 16" armson stealth barrel Generation II Infrared scope
Ghillie skinz
Strengths: It doesn't reflect as much light as a naked lens, however it is more reflective than natural surroundings. It looks cool. It's relatively cheap.
Weaknesses: You're going to lose 30%% of your normal vision with these. They will tear if they're hit directly. The holes can become clogged with paint and it's difficult to clean, this makes it even more difficult to see. If you've got any sort of fogging problem or like to play at night - forget it!
Conclusion: These things are probably much better when they're used as a stylish statement. As far as serving a functional purpose they're pointless. And unless your entire mask and suit is camoflauged to the same pattern it's going to stick out. If you're a sniper then you know how important clear vision is. Goggle skinz are a noble idea, but the boys at tacpro need to take it back to the drawing board and come up with something that is functional and isn't such a handicap.
4 out of 10

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