Mouse Armour paint is a locally manufactured hobby paint for Australian Military vehicles post 1960. The paint is an oil based enamel paint and comes in 14 ml tinlets.
The colours are matched to actual PROTEC paint samples as currently used on Australian military vehicles (2016).
- 1 x 14 ml Olive Drab Lustreless (as used since 1966 onwards) - First introduced around 1965, it was used on all Centurions, M113A1 Family of Vehicles in Vietnam and after the vehicles return to Australia. Post Vietnam it was used on most military vehicles as an overall cover paint.
- 1 x 14 ml FS30219 Brown (matt enamel) - Used when Australian Military vehicles went over to three tone camouflage in 1993 and is used currently on ASLAVs, Bushmaster, M113AS4 FOVs and Abrams tanks.
- 1 x 14 ml FS37038 Black (matt enamel) - Used when Australian Military vehicles went over to three tone camouflage in the 1993 and is used currently on ASLAVs, Bushmaster, M113AS4 FOVs and Abrams tanks
- Comprehensive set of instructions showing how to apply the camouflage scheme to several Australian vehicles including
- The M1A1 AIM SA (Abrams)
- Leopard AS1
- ASLAV FOV
The paint is an oil based enamel paint and comes in 14 ml tinlets. The paint should be thinned by using general purpose thinners ( NOT turps) available at most hobby and hardware stores. The paint is a quick dry formula and will dry within 20 minutes.