Assembling Predator Ghillie™ Back Panel Cover
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November 22, 2021 – 7:44 pm

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Assembling the Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Back Panel Cover is extremely easy and can take less than ten minutes if done right. Begin by separating the predator dreads from the back panel cover. There should be a total of eight predator dreads. Once removed take the bungee retention cord and singe both ends of it with a lighter. This makes weaving of the bungee retention cord easier throughout the assembly process.
Next, identify the front of the Predator Ghillie™ Back Panel Cover by the ” V ” shape laser cut slit. Weave the bungee retention through this laser cut slit through the bottom so that the bungee retention is mostly concealed. Begin weaving the bungee retention to each corner keeping the length of the cord even at all times. Once the corners are reached begin weaving the bungee retention cord up each side in a ” S ” like fashion.
While weaving each side of the bungee retention cord ensure that the cord is at an even length between each side at all times. Doing so will allow the Predator Ghillie™ Back Panel Cover to begin to properly take shape. Continue weaving the bungee retention cord in an ” S ” like fashion until the last two corners are met. Once these two corners are met weave the bungee retention cord towards itself until both ends meet. Slide each end through the material so that the ends meet beneath the material allowing for the most concealment. Once met, simply tie an overhand knot and begin adjusting the material around the bungee retention cord so that the back panel cover is even.
Attach the Predator Ghillie™ Back Panel Cover to the rear of your plate carrier, or to whatever piece of equipment you plan to conceal. Once attached begin applying the predator dreads by taking the two prong ends and simply fold in half. Find the ” = ” laser cut slit shape and push the predator dread through. Once through simply tie into a knot. Attach all eight predator dreads so that break up is consistent for the most concealment.

Assembling Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 20, 2021 – 9:40 pm

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In order to begin assembling your Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover first separate the predator dreads from the helmet cover. There should be eight in total. Separate the elastic bungee and singe both ends lightly with a lighter. After this, identify the ” V ” laser cut slit at the front of the helmet cover. Starting with the front, feed the bungee in a downward direction for best concealment.

Continue this same method until you reach the first corners of the helmet cover. The corner laser cut slits will be easily identified by the ” / ” and the ” \ ” shapes. At this point even the bungee out so there is an even amount of length on each side before beginning both sides. In an ” S ” like fashion, snake both ends of the bungee  upwards each side evening out the bungee length periodically.

Once the rear corners are met, even the bungee length out so that it is once again even on both ends. Begin routing the bungee until they meet together. The final portion will be identified by a ” IIII ” laser cut slit. At this point, route each end of the bungee directly beneath the material so that the bungee retention is not visible. Once beneath tie an overhand knot and adjust the material around the bungee so that the helmet cover is even.

Locate the ” V ” laser cut slit as the front of the helmet cover and place the helmet cover over your helmet. Once settled and adjusted begin applying the predator dreads. Each predator dread can be easily inserted into the laser cut slits representing a ” = ” style shape by folding the two pronged end in half and inserting it through the laser cut slit. Once through, simply tie an overhand knot and begin onto the next one.

Once all eight predator dreads are in place then the Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is ready for action!.

 

Multicam Arid™ Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 20, 2021 – 8:48 pm

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The Multicam Arid™ camouflage pattern was developed specifically for military personnel operating in desert terrains consisting mostly of open sand and rock. In fact, the Multicam Arid™ camouflage pattern is so effective it has been a contributing factor helping to reduce the amount of casualties since 2013. Multicam Arid™ significantly reduces the wearer’s visual signature while operating in these terrains by breaking up the outline or silhouette while in uneven terrain.

The Multicam Arid™ camouflage pattern consists of five primary colors: Olive, Highland, Light Tan, Urban Tan and Light Coyote. The overlapping pattern of the Multicam Arid™ camouflage pattern matches that of the other Multicam™ patterns allowing compatibility while operating in desert terrains that might consist of small amounts of vegetation.

The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover by Beez Combat Systems is available in the popular Multicam Arid™ camouflage pattern. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover also comes with eight predator dreads allowing the operator increased break up and concealment while out in a desert environment.

The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover offers the wearer the most advanced concealment option for the most affordable price. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover can be stored in the smallest of spaces, is quick and easy to deploy and maintains modularity purposes to adapt during seasonal environmental changes.
Multicam Alpine™ Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 20, 2021 – 7:10 pm

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As the battlefield evolves so does the need for effective camouflage patterns. Multicam Alpine™
helps reduce the wearers visual silhouette and outline while operating within environments that experience heavy snowfall. Multicam Alpine™ was developed recently in 2013 and has proven to be one of the best choices of camouflage patterns for military personnel and law enforcement.

The Multicam Alpine™ camouflage pattern uses only just three shades of grey and white. Multicam Alpine™ can be easily paired with other Multicam™ camouflage patterns to ultimately reduce the wearer’s overall visual identification throughout various terrains that range from limited to heavy snowfall.

The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover by Beez Combat Systems is now available in the Multicam Alpine™ camouflage pattern. This specific camouflage pattern is especially useful as a helmet cover as most ballistic helmets are available in darker toned colors. This allows the operator to increase concealment and break up the outlines of their helmet while working in high mountain areas and environments with heavy snowfall.

The Predator Dreads offered by Beez Combat Systems are also available in the Multicam Alpine™ camouflage pattern and will also significantly increase concealment while breaking up the outlines of the helmet.
A-TACS IX Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 20, 2021 – 5:40 pm

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A-TACS IX is a combination of the well known A-TACS FG and A-TACS AU camouflage patterns. Developed for transitional environments A-TACS IX consists of a hybrid mixture of intermediate greens along with desert tans. A-TACS IX offers advanced concealment in transitional areas between light and shadow offering improved depth and definition via enhanced edge detail. In short, A-TACS IX offers the wearer a “pattern within a pattern” and is suitable for fall or woodland type environments.

A-TACS IX is the first camouflage pattern in a new generation of concealment. A-TACS IX offers the wearer a central component for a multi-environmental concealment solution. Although A-TACS provides a variety of specific camouflage patterns, the A-TACS IX (iX) ‘Intermediate Extreme’ was developed recently in 2016.

The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is available in the A-TACS IX camouflage pattern. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover increases the operator’s ability to break up their signature while among jagged edges in rough terrains.

The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is the tip of the spear in the evolution of concealment.
Flecktarn Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 9, 2021 – 9:11 pm

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The German Army began experimenting with various different camouflage patterns prior to the second world war with some of the earliest camouflage patterned uniforms being issued in 1931. However, it wasn’t until the mid 1970’s that a variety of camouflage patterns were developed that would undergo continuous trial. Eventually, in early 1990 Flecktarn became widely introduced in a recently unified and united Germany.

The word “Flecktarn” makes up a specific definition in the German language. The word “fleck” meaning ‘spot, patch, pattern or blot’ and the word “Tarnung” meaning ‘camouflage’. Throughout Germany the camouflage pattern Flecktarn is used by all branches of the German military. This includes the Heer (army), the Luftwaffe (air force), various Marine (navy) units and even medical units. The Flecktarn camouflage pattern has become so widely recognized that countries such as Japan, Russia, Poland, India, China and even France have designed their own versions of the Flecktarn camouflage pattern.

The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is also available in the camouflage pattern Flecktarn and makes for a popular camouflage pattern amongst seasoned shooters. The Flecktarn camouflage pattern consists of five primary colors and is a great camouflage pattern for densely populated forests.

The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is easy to assemble and can be easily carried in a small pocket or pouch.
M81 Woodland Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 4, 2021 – 10:58 pm

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One of the most recognizable camouflage patterns in the entire world is the M81 Woodland camouflage pattern. This specific camouflage pattern was developed by the United States Armed Forces in 1981 and wasn’t replaced until the mid 2000’s. Although M81 Woodland discontinued its primary issue around 2005 it still remains an ever popular camouflage pattern amongst special operators in a few select departments of the United States Armed Forces and State Defense Forces.

The M81 Woodland camouflage pattern proved its usefulness when it first saw combat in 1983 during the invasion of Grenada all the way through to the invasion of Panama in 1989. It wasn’t until this time that the need for a ‘woodland’ style camouflage pattern sizzled down due to the need for a more desert and arid style camouflage pattern to properly address conflicts happening in the middle east. To this day the M81 Woodland camouflage pattern is replicated by a number of countries for their own use among armed forces and law enforcement personnel.

The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is available in the popular M81 Woodland camouflage pattern. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is easy to assemble, quick to deploy and can be stored in the smallest of spaces. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover offers the most advanced state of the art concealment technology for increased break up while in rough terrains. The Predator Ghillie™ dreads reduce the visual outlines of the helmet while maintaining versatility and reliability.

The M81 Woodland will always remain one of the most popular camouflage patterns throughout time. Known as one of the “old school” camouflage patterns it is this camouflage pattern that has made its mark and impression throughout armed forces personnel and conflict recognition throughout the globe.
Multicam Tropic™ Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 4, 2021 – 10:11 pm

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Multicam Tropic™ was originally developed to reduce the wearer’s visual appearance and near-IR signature while operating in dense jungle like environments. Multicam Tropic™ is also a suitable camouflage pattern for environments that consist of lush and dense vegetation that remain mostly unaffected throughout the year due to seasonal changes.

The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is now available in the popular Multicam Tropic™. Increased customer demand opened the floodgates for the Predator Ghillie™ line to allow Multicam Tropic™ as an option for a camouflage pattern. If Multicam™ is already being utilized then Multicam Tropic™ will compliment the Multicam™ pattern as the palettes compliment one another as already seen in overlapped portions of the main Multicam™ pattern.

Already field tested, pairing Multicam™ and Multicam Tropic™ results in a well concealed overlapping pattern. When combined with the advanced concealment technology that the Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover offers, especially when utilizing the Predator Ghillie™ dreads,  results in increased breakup and concealment while in dense lush vegetation or jungle like environments.

Beez Combat Systems offers many camouflage patterns from the Multicam™ family not limited to just Multicam Tropic™.
Desert Night Camo Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 4, 2021 – 9:16 pm

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The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is available in a wide variety of colors including Desert Night Camo. This camouflage pattern is a unique pattern in that it was developed by the United States in the early 1980’s and adopted only for a brief time period during the Gulf War. Between 1990 and 1991 Desert Night Camo was developed with the sole purpose of disrupting Soviet night vision. The grid pattern was originally intended to interfere with the devices generated grid tracking systems for targeting.

During that time the technology for night vision was primitive allowing the creative design of the Desert Night Camo for use among top tier personnel during special operations. These were the days of advancement in infrared concealment technology. Desert Night Camo is the first camouflage pattern to be developed to specifically target artificial imaging technology. Desert Night Camo is also the first camouflage pattern developed to be solely used during night operations.

Desert Night Camo was greatly utilized by special forces during both Desert Storm and Desert Shield however, with the development of various infrared and thermal treatments Desert Night Camo was eventually replaced. That’s not to say that this unique camouflage pattern hasn’t remained popular.

Now you can purchase Desert Night Camo for your Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover provides the most advanced concealment technology for one of the 21st century’s most advanced camouflage patterns.

Multicam Black™ Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover
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November 4, 2021 – 8:39 pm

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The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is the tip of the spear in the evolution of tactical gear. Utilizing laser cut technology Beez Combat Systems created the solution to the age old problem skrim alone could not fix. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is the most versatile and reliable tactical helmet cover of all helmet covers. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is designed to fit any size high cut/fast and mid cut helmets. The Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover can also work out around any helmet mount including NVGs, counterweights, earpro, comms, flashlights, strobes, etc. Most importantly, the Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is available in a wide variety of camouflage patterns including Multicam Black™.

The Multicam Black™ pattern was developed primarily for law enforcement use, specifically law enforcement personnel operating in high risk surroundings. The idea behind Multicam Black™, first introduced in 2002 along with the rest of the Multicam™ family, was that it projected a more authoritative image as opposed to its military style camouflage pattern counterpart.

Nowadays, law enforcement agencies throughout the United States utilize the Multicam Black™ camouflage pattern for their top tier personnel. Multicam Black™ compliments their already existing loadout no matter the camouflage pattern.

The Beez Combat Systems Predator Ghillie™ Helmet Cover is easy to assemble and includes eight predator dreads to help increase additional concealment and to break up the outline of the operator’s helmet.