#117671
clay1680
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mrchen;102891 wrote:
just tell me you got a 308 and not 223

Sorry cant say i did. and i probably wouldnt give any skin to any other apprentice besides my good friend who needs the practice and im not unhappy with it at all.

#117674
mrchen
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    @mrchen

if you like it, thats really all that matters……you know of all the work I have gotten done I didnt ask anyone if they liked it……..I liked it and thats all that matters…….I am booked in january and february and I will show you the work, but I really dont care if people like it, like my signature says, our ink is personal and its ours and if we like it that is all that really matters.

what I try to do is bring good artists to peoples attention and let them know that they can book just about anyone they want, tattoo is very cool, we as normal folks have access to the best in the business.
there is alot of talent out there now, we should use it,

most servicemen dont own 223’s because we have shot them for a living, it isnt a very deadly caliber, it wounds and doesnt kill……….but its a heck of alot of fun shooting at distance, as marines we shoot from 200,3000 and 500 meters for our quarterly score, open sights, its ALOT of fun


currently wearing 250 hours, and many more to go, cant explain what my ink means, its personal, it is about who I am
#117680
Adler
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    @adler

I like nice, elaborate tattoos also but I don’t feel that every goddamn tattoo needs to be an extravagant piece of artwork. I think the bomb tattoo is fine, nothing special but not bad. Yes, the quality of work could be better but it’s ok, and as for the subjcet matter…I like it! I like buttwheat’s bomb tattoo and am considering something like that also but as more of a filler. I certainly wouldn’t avoid it because I might offend a Japanese person due to an event from WW2, that would give me more of a reason to get it. I might be more sensitive to the subject if it was more controversial to my home country and maybe if it offended military personnel that actually served in that war, but if a 30 something ex-military person (regardless of their fighting experience and size) is offended I wouldn’t really give a damn and I have the utmost respect for our military.

#117681
Adler
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    @adler
clay1680;102889 wrote:
and this is my weapon of choice out of my collection
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I’ve been shooting for many years and one of the first rules of safety is never to have your finger in the trigger guard unless you’re ready to fire so this picture pretty much pisses me off.

#117682
Amok
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    @amok
Adler;102904 wrote:
I’ve been shooting for many years and one of the first rules of safety is never to have your finger in the trigger guard unless you’re ready to fire so this picture pretty much pisses me off.

An idiot with a gun. No suprises.


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#117688
clay1680
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I purposely had my finger on the trigger I’m not retarded enough to put pressure on it. It’s not gonna do aything if the safety is on and I’m not even squeezing the slightest bit.

#117690
buttwheat
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    @buttwheat
clay1680;102913 wrote:
I purposely had my finger on the trigger I’m not retarded enough to put pressure on it. It’s not gonna do aything if the safety is on and I’m not even squeezing the slightest bit.

Thats what they all say right before the news team shows up because the upstairs neighbor just got shot. Get some training.

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