POTD: Concamo and Heckler & Koch HK433 & HK416

    As this is The Firearm Blog it’s easy to focus on the firearms, the Heckler & Koch HK433 and the G95K (Heckler & Koch 416 A7) in this case.

    However, as Concamo supplied all the photos, the subject of Today’s Photos is actually their camouflage pattern which is used on the UF Pro uniforms.

    Over the past time I have seen several pictures of this camouflage (unfortunately never live, only in exhibitions), and I’m surprised how effective it seems.

    In many of Concamo’s pictures you have a look and you count the number of people you see. But as I go on I continue to see camouflaged people I first missed, so the pattern seems to be working.

    The Heckler & Koch HK433 has an EOTech sight (EXPS3-0) with the G33 magnifier. The L3 laser module L3 NGAL is mounted as well, and everything is supplied by the German company I-E-A MilOptics.

    Below: How many soldiers do you spot in this picture?

    Below: Rheinmetall Laser Variable Tactical Aiming Laser (VTAL) on a G95K. (Heckler & Koch 416 A7)

    Check out the details on the German Special Forces and their G95K here.

    All of the photos are from ConCamo, a highly effective camouflage pattern developed by Matthias Bürgin.

    Source: Thanks to Strategie & Technik Blog.


    Psss….if you missed the Concamo and the new Heckler & Koch 417P check it out here.