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Our latest submission comes from Skeeter Leggett, a gunsmith and machinist at Backwoods Firearms & Ammo in Millsap, Texas. “I have worked on guns since my grandfather let me take apart and clean his shotgun when I was 8 years old. No matter what job I had to make a living, I always worked on guns on the side. Blessed to do it for my living now,” he says. The old saying, “you are what you do” comes to mind. Got any flesh emblazoned with some firearms ink you’d like to share with us? See the submission info below.

1911 tattoo

1911  
Artist: Freddy Payne
Electric Ink, Stephenville, TX
Skeeter Leggett:  My 1911 is my favorite handgun of all time. A Colt Delta Elite, 10mm. I open carry one every day.

rifle tattoo

Cannons  
Artist: Flash
Sacred Heart Tattoo, Las Vegas, NV
Skeeter Leggett: Field artillery. The crossed artillery cannons on my hand are the Army symbol for my job in the military, 13 Bravo.

AR-15
Artist: Freddy Payne
Electric Ink, Stephenville, TX
Skeeter Leggett: The AR-15, to me, it’s America’s rifle. I joined the Army because I couldn’t afford to buy one, and so I could use all the other guns well. When my recruiter asked what I wanted to do, I said shoot M16s and the biggest guns possible, so he made me a 13 Bravo.

si vis pacem para bellum

Latin Quote
Artist: Flash
Sacred Heart Tattoo, Las Vegas, NV
Skeeter Leggett: My favorite quote, “If you want peace, prepare for war.” “Si vis pacem, para bellum” is my way of saying that a strong, massive, and prepared military is how we keep America free.

ad hoc tattoo

Ad Hoc  
Artist: Freddy Payne
Electric Ink, Stephenville, TX
Skeeter Leggett: The finger tat “ad hoc” is a solution to a specific problem. I got it because of my love of Latin and guns, and it was perfect for a tat to fit on that finger.

Got a gun tattoo you’d like to share? Please send some well-lit, high resolution photos to [email protected], along with your name, the tattoo artist’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: The Enthusiast Network 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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