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Gemtech – Going Hot In 2014



11 Responses to “Gemtech – Going Hot In 2014”

  1. Josh says:

    Save your ears for rock & roll. Hahah…

  2. Yogi says:

    So what rail is that on those 416´s.
    New original HK rail?

  3. CRH says:

    HOLY Glow in the dark, hey Kryptek ever heard of IR signature management? Maybe you guys should spend more time learning about requirements for NIR/SWIR instead of doing guided trophy hunts.

    • Everyone Else says:

      I don’t think they can hear you

    • mike says:

      There is a difference between a pattern and the material it’s printed on. While Kryptek’s patterns are not perfect by any means, most of the accepted good patterns have poorly performing examples printed on inferior materials.

  4. casey says:

    This is NOT their military clothing. This is their hunting line seen in the Gemtech Video. There military line is awesome under IR.

    • Guy Cramer says:

      Actually this appears to be their NYCO which has the NIR ink, the spectrum on the Nightvision device used to record the video may be farther into the SWIR than 900nm (900nm is close to the end on the NIR and close to the start of the SWIR range) which could be why it looks so bright. This is not just a KRYPTEK issues but most U.S. Military camouflage patterns have this issue (being slightly bright in the NIR and overly bright and no contrast in the SWIR spectrum).

  5. GMK says:

    Would be a lot more effective a demo without the soundtrack….