Just got this a week and a half ago. It's actual size of a Walther P99c, which I bought a week afterward. I did not get the tattoo because I was getting a gun. It's symbolic of the fact that I am not a person who hides things, keeps things secret, and lies about who I am. I'm straight forward and honest, and that's what the tattoo represents. Enjoy!
Right after I had it done...only took two hours from start to finish. Black outlines with black, grey, and white fillings.
A few days later. Mirror shot so it's backward.
I also have two other tattoos, one of which is not finished yet. I'll post pics on request.
So when you go to the beach, the first thing that women see is a gun pointed at your sensitive area. I think I'm gonna get a gaint tattoo of scissors right under my abdomen...
Wow, that's commitment. I mean, I like Glocks, but I'm not that wedded to them. I hope you don't decide you like a different gun later on in life!
Seriously...be very circumspect in any encounters with the police, especially if you have to use your (real) Walther in a defensive shooting. I can easily foresee the tat causing a problem if the cops make you do the "raise your shirt and turn around" thing after you've had to shoot someone.
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I mean, I imagine I'll own other brands of guns sometime in my life. I simply decided on the Walther because of its attractiveness, and because that was going to be my first gun. There aren't any markings on the tattoo that say it's a Walther, and most people can't tell a difference. The funny thing about it is that when my Fist holster finally arrives, that's exactly the place I'm gonna be putting it for concealed carry. It wasn't easy finding a holster that wasn't a paddle and had adjustable cant to reangle the gun so it's angled forward a bit instead of angled backward. Backward cant is good for carrying the gun on your side, but not inside the front of the hip.
Dude this is kick ass....
forgot the get the S&W importation marks on the gun... but I think it looks better without it anyways....
this is hard core (good thing in my book) and I will safe the pics for sure.....
hats off Sir....
Thanks...I'll post some pics of my other tattoos. Please enjoy responsibly.
This was my first tattoo...got it about a month after my 19th b-day. 8 hours total.
That wasn't enough...finally got a bit of money and blew it on this bad boy.
Did the outlines first...took two hours.
Left front portion.
Right front portion.
Filling finally finished...so far I have six sessions in, and another 2-4 left.
I think I'm gonna take a break on the ink for awhile.
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