GSP stands for “Ghillie Suit Protective” nylon. It's to be
used as the skid surface for your military style ghillie suit. What make it so special is the fact it sticks to
Shoe-Goo and E-6000 just as good as duck canvas. Now you can have the benefit of nylon fabric
over cotton duck fabric and yield the same functional and durable results in the field.
Is it better than duck canvas?
Not necessarily. It’s just different. Nylon is lighter in weight than duck
canvas and in many ways superior in abrasiveness. Tactical Concealment GSP is a 500 denier (Not 1000 denier as used in
may gear bags and back packs). They’ve elected to offer you 500 denier because it is combat proven;
it's been tested and has passed severe punishment in the field. It’s lighter in weight than 1000
denier Cordura Nylon, so, you’ll need to decide if the weight substitute and features of 500 denier
outweighs the use of duck canvas when building your ghillie suit.
Use as you would duck canvas when you Shoe-Goo it to your clothing. Be certain to seal the edges of the
fabric with Shoe-Goo to prevent fraying of the fabric. ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME TO DRY!!!!
What Am I Getting for My Money?
GSP measures 60-inches wide x 36-inches long, enough to build one military style ghillie suit using
an XL set of fatigues.
GSP has also been used to repair damage to combat gear bags, packs and other products nylon in nature.
In this instance you will need to apply your patches to the outside portion of your nylon gear because
GSP and Shoe-Goo will not stick properly to the backside of your nylon fabric.
CORETAC SOLUTIONS believes constructing your own ghillie suite is the way to go.
There are times where operational requirement dictates commercially ready made
ghillie garments such as Mamba, Viper, Cobra be used; however we believe the ghillie
suit is an individual item within the sniper tool kit. It needs to be constructed,
maintained, and refined over time by sniper
tailoring it to specific operations, environment, personal style and comfort.
As a result we are offering the necessary supplies to construct and maintain
your own ghillie suit. In addition, after reviewing many tutorials we have
selected a few to help you get started.