My wife and I watched the film "SHOOTER" this weekend. It's based on the Stephen Hunter novel "SNIPER", which is one of many of his good reads. It starred Mark Wahlberg in the title role as Bob Lee Swagger, who Hunter based on the real life Marine sniper Carlos "White Feather" Hathcock of the Vietnam War.
Anyway, in the deleted scenes part of the DVD, there's a scene where he and his partner are in a Walmart-type store getting supplies for an attack that they are planning on the bad guys. His partner (who is new to the world of the sniper...Swagger is an ex-marine scout-sniper) goes to a rack of the latest camo clothing and starts looking through it. Swagger askes him what he's looking at that for, and his new partner says,
'Aren't we going to need this?'
To which Swagger replies,
'That stuff isn't camoflage, that's backwoods Gucci crap. Camoflage isn't something you wear, it's something you DO once you get into the woods!"
Makes sense to me!!! [:)]
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