For some reason I can't see the photos - is it because I'm on an ipad and iPhone?
It's difficult to comment without seeing the photos but I do think the perceived fit of a jacket can be greatly improved by getting the sleeve length right but as pointed out by others, because NC jackets are more workwear/sportwear inspired, it's not as crucial than formal suit type jackets.
As Drew is over 6 foot and the sample size of 48 is based on his fit and other sizes are worked out from this, the sleeves are usually a bit long for me as well, being 5'11 but as I'm slim but with slighly broader shoulders than my size suggests and can go as small as a 44, the shoulders pull the sleeves a little higher so in recent seasons, they have been spot on.
If the sleeves are too long, a really good tailor can alter by repositioning the lower button to the top and cutting just above the lowest button rather than shortening the cuff up to the lowest button.
Another thing I do occasionally is, unbutton the bottom couple of buttons and turn up the cuff - I do this when I wear a particularly large bulky watch. It shows off the proper working cuff which was designed to roll up to avoid getting it dirty when doing manual jobs and looks really good with the camo jacket.
On a slightly different angle, I follow on twitter the store manger from the army gym in Japan and he posted someone wearing a denim notch jacket which had been washed and had shrunk slightly
It got me thinking as to what would happen if I stood in a warm shower wearing the camo jacket and wore it until it dried like the 'shrink to fit' jeans idea.
High risk but love the look
It'd still be a bit long with the alteration. It'd land at the bone at the base of the thumb and I'd prefer it at least a 1/2" shorter than that, but I can live with that. I'm fine cuffing it even after the alteration too.
Repositioning isn't an option IMO. I think my tailor can do it, but I'm not 100% sure. Crazy trying to find a tailor because if they screw up the first piece and it's a good one you're out. Still generally she's done well for me, including shortening my Barbour coats. Of course that's not as difficult IMO. Anyway, the bottom to the other side puts it too close to the to the stitching at the top end.