Vietnam Tiger Stripe Camouflage Stencil Kit

35 reviews



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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4.9 Based on 35 Reviews
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    Carlos P.
    United States United States

    First time using and it was super easy to do. I’ll most definitely buy again.

    A Freedom Stencils Customer
    Stephen T.
    United States United States
    Multicam tiger

    Beats any stencil I have used before. Did a multicam color tigerstripe with these and it came out sexy to say the least

    Liam H.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    Easy to use and camo came out great

    Brooks N.
    United States United States

    the kits are top notch for your project

    Dylan L.
    United States United States
    Awesome pattern

    I exclusively use Freedom stencils for all my cerakote jobs. The material always adheres great and holds up well for oven cure up to 300 degrees.