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While many old-school guns only sit in glass cases or are mounted above a fire­place, many have cho­sen to get their faves per­ma­nently inked on their skin. This month’s col­umn brings you two vin­tage-in­spired of­fer­ings we thought you’d find in­ter­est­ing. Keep those sub­mis­sions rolling in.


Artist: Blanco

Hart and Hunt­ing­ton Las Ve­gas, NV

Jeff Sch­negel­berger: I got this done at Hart and Hunt­ing­ton in Las Ve­gas. The artist was Blanco, and he did a great job. I served 20 years in the Air Na­tional Guard, and this rep­re­sents that ser­vice.


Artist: Dar­lin Rus­sell Lil Dar­lin’s Tat­toos Lo­gan, UT

Kaden Ro­holt: My gun tat is of a flint­lock pis­tol. I’ve been buy­ing and up­grad­ing guns for a few years, and it’s now one of my big­gest hob­bies. I wanted to get some­thing that I could show off as a gun col­lec­tor’s piece, and I re­ally liked the old-school de­sign of the flint­lock pis­tol. Got a gun tat­too you’d like to share? Please send some well-lit, high res­o­lu­tion pho­tos to recoil@en­thu­si­ast­net­, along with your name, the tat­too ar tist’s name, the stu­dio name and city in which it was done, and 50-70 words on what the tat­too is of and why you got it. By send­ing in sub­mis­sions, you grant TEN: Pub­lish­ing Me­dia the un­re­stricted, trans­fer­able and sub-li­cens­able, ir­rev­o­ca­ble, roy­alty-free, world-wide, and per­pet­ual li­cense to re­pro­duce, dis­trib­ute, pub­licly dis­play, make de­riv­a­tive works of, and oth­er­wise use the Sub­mis­sions in any me­dia what­so­ever now known or later in­vented through­out the world for any pur­pose what­so­ever, com­mer­cial or not.

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