Bellingham, WA (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Following its recent appearance on “Swamp People,” Camo Form®, the heavy-duty camouflage wrap, can now be seen in the new Tom Cruise action thriller “Jack Reacher.” In the movie Camo Form is utilized by former military sniper James Barr (Joseph Sikora). True to life, all U.S. military snipers are issued 25 rolls of Camo Form in every sniper kit.
“Camo Form provides so much more than just camouflage,” said Gerald Craft, brand marketing director at McNett. “As seen in ‘Jack Reacher,’ Camo Form is also great for adding grip or making modifications to weapons or gear.”
Camo Form is the only camouflage wrap that will not leave behind a sticky residue. Unlike camouflage tapes, Camo Form adheres to itself; so when it gets dirty, it can be removed, washed and re-used. Camo Form also conforms to any shape for a custom fit, so it can be used on just about anything. In addition, it provides protection, reduces glare, insulates hands from heat and cold and improves noise discipline by dampening noise and rattling.
Camo Form can also be seen in the major motion picture “Inception,” the “Endgame” episode of “Swamp People” and the November 2012 issue of SWAT Magazine. For more information, please visit: CamoForm.com.
About Camo Form
Camo Form is a heavy-duty camouflage wrap that conceals and protects weapons and hunting gear. It conforms to any shape and clings to itself as it’s wrapped around the item. Camo Form improves grip and insulates hands from uncomfortably hot or cold surfaces, while also preventing items from slipping in the field or clanking against other objects. Camo Form is reusable and leaves no sticky residue. For more information, please visit: http://www.CamoForm.com.
For over three decades McNett and its family of brands, Gear Aid™, Outgo®, M Essentials™, Aquamira® and Camo Form, have provided quality, innovative products for the dive, outdoor, sporting goods and military markets. With its unique blend of reliable products and personality, McNett enhances the lives of people working and playing outside. For more information, please visit: http://www.McNett.com.