Rhodesian Brushstroke is a 3 color disruptive camouflage pattern most notably used by the Rhodesian Security Forces, Rhodesian Army, and the British South Africa Police. The pattern uses high contrast shapes and uses strokes to create implied gradients. It saw combat in the Rhodesian Brush War, the Mozambican Civil War, and the Second Congo War.
Machine cut for clean lines and professional results
Heat resistant vinyl is great for flash curing & low temp bake cycles
I used the small kit to paint a safariland holster. The pattern turned out great, i would absolutely do it again. I had enough to do a 2nd slightly smaller holster and some mag carriers as well. Awesome buy!