Vietnam Tiger Stripe Camouflage Stencil Kit




The Vietnam Tiger Stripe Camouflage Pattern first emerged in the 1960's in South East Asia. The pattern features bold black stripes over a background comprising of dark green & dull brown with tan trace elements.

  • Pistol and Rifle Packs Available
    • Rifle- Contains 6 sheets 7" x 12".
    • Pistol- Contains 3 sheets 7" x 12".
  • Perfect for use on Firearms, Airsoft & Paintball Weapons, Tumbler Cups, and More!!!
  • Stencils are machine cut on High Quality, Heat Resistant, Low Tach Adhesive Vinyl, Non Reusable Paint Mask
  • Perfect for use with Cerakote, DuraCoat, KG Gunkote, Krylon, Acid Etching, Polymer Stippling, and More!


Directions for best results,

  • Spray darkest color base coat (Matte Black)
  • Apply camouflage stencils (Largest/ Long Shapes)
  • Spray 2nd lightest color (Tiger Stripe Brown)
  • Apply camouflage stencils (Smallest shapes)
  • Spray lightest color (Woodland Tan)
  • Apply camouflage stencils (larger shapes that correspond with previously applied smaller shapes)
  • Spray 2nd lightest color (Tiger Stripe Green)
  • Remove all camouflage stencils


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    Chris Wasson

    Vietnam tiger stripe

    Finally got to use these stencils from you guys at freedom stencils and the pattern came out awesome thank you so much Chris!

    Chris W.
    United States

    Tiger stripe camo stencils

    Have not gotten to use these yet but I have used freedom stencils before and I was very happy with the results of my projects

    Aaron N.
    United States


    It turned out awesome , can’t mess it up! It was actually the funnest part knowing you’re designing your weapon the way you want it! Worth the money when you see what they do!!!

    Robert B.
    United States

    Good stencils

    Seems good cut and quality. I just wish they were laid out or labeled in a way to make matching up the “Brown” and “tan” pieces easier. To get the authentic pattern they need to be placed in the same proximity of each other overlapping. It’s VERY hard to figure them out with a few sheet of randomly placed shapes. If I’m wrong and don’t see the relationship of each on the sheets I wish there was more information that came with them to explain what I’m not seeing. Don’t get me wrong the Stencils’s are great, and seem to have just enough for a receiver set and I would buy them again. I do wish they had more of the large shapes as I need to do a full but stock also and it might not be enough for the pattern to look right.

    Adam M.
    United Kingdom

    Excellent Product As Always

    Can't fault your products. They're not the cheapest, but you definitely get what you paid for. Quality products like yours make for quality end results even for amateurs like me.