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Two shot tracing 357 Magnum for tattoo - Chaparral, NM

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    Haha wow,...I'm heavily tatoo'd,...but wow...

    No gun tats

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    Stupid is becoming more common.

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    Loaded, hammer back...

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    No No I want my gun tattoo with the hammer cocked!
    Cock the hammer!
    OK now I'll hold the gun on the paper while you trace around it.
    OK don't forget to trace the trigger!!
    Put the BIC pen in there and TRACE all the way around the trigger!
    This gun tat is gonna look SO COOL!

    BOOM! Whoops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    Loaded gun huh! Very bright (not).

    As they say, there's no curing stoopid.
    Oh, I beg to differ.

    There is a cure for stupid, and had the muzzle been oriented a little differently, one of these Mensa candidates would have been cured of stupid.....
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    Not that it's particularly difficult to envision, but I am interested in knowing how they BOTH got shot with the same bullet.

    Of course, as dumb as they apparently are, I suppose it's not completely out of the question for them to have continued in their endeavor after having one of them shot....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattLarson View Post
    Probably trying to trace the trigger with the hammer cocked.

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    Am I the only one who just laughed? Man, tough crowd.


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    This just in...

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    Absolutely wonderful "hold my beer and watch this" story. There are times it's soooo entertaining to live in NM.
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    I wanted to get some flames as a tattoo but at this rate, I might burn up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Well you know what they say, scars are like tattoos but with better stories....
    Saw a TV show where a idiot paid to be shot for the scar. Paid cash to be shot. I about peed my self laughing so hard. Should have heard the idiot cry. I want the shooters job. Shoot idiots and get paid cash for it. Boths sets of stories suck, Oh duh I have a bullet wound because I am a friggin idiot. No thanks, but if anyone wants the scar please PM me
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