In my search for a good Multicam anodize or Duracoat, I have had several markers go through my collection.
First into the arsenal were Multicam'd markers that were duracoated by Conlee Custom Camo. While I'm sure some of you will think this is a sin to do this to such markers, they help a lot in the woods, and still look great when using them outside the woods.
Planet Eclipse Ego 11: Recently sold this one. MC Heavy Brown:
Empire Axe in MC Heavy Green:
Geo 3 in MC Heavy Brown:
Bob Long Insight NG in MC Heavy Brown:
MacDev Clone Gti in MC Heavy Green:
When Conlee Custom Camo closed it's doors, I started looking for an alternative. First I had a VIS Victory hydro dipped using a Multicam pattern. While it looks fantastic, the finish has not held up as well as I would like. It is showing wear around the corners/edges, and areas the hands normaly contact the marker.
Given the wear of the hydrodip, I wanted to find something in an Ano as close as I could find. I found Pooty's Poocasso Camo. My first marker was a Luxe OLED.
So I figured with a few changes, I could get it much closer to Multicam. My first thought was to ask Chris to add a little sand to the base Poocasso Camo on a Bob Long Onslaught. The green turned out a little lighter than I would have liked ... still looked killer! The black splash just didn't fit the look I was going for.
Next try was the standard Poocasso Camo with a sand or tan slash ... looks sexy on a Luxe ICE
Even better on a CS1 ... looks like I found my new "Multicamish" ano. A Poocasso Camo with sand splash.
More markers to come.