I absolutely second that

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Posted by Nick on September 7, 2002 at 14:59:24:

In reply to: My opinion is that's not the way to go. posted by Khoa on September 7, 2002 at 02:53:02:

I work in a tattoo studio as well, and i totally agree with you Khoa.
Also, having and having done an indigenous tattoo, it can work well,
but not in the hands of someone who has not formally learnt the trade
from an indigenous master.
So bottom line, do it legit!!

: Working at a tattoo store, my personal advice (and this is my
: and my opinion) is to not go about making your own gun. I know
: people who have and succeeded but these were established and HIGHLY
: skilled tattoo artists who have been in the business for YEARS!
: Seeing as i'm pretty sure your not pro yet(at least that is what is
: assumed) even if you were to get a good solid gun, the resulting
: tattoo would not be satisfactory, nor would it be very safe.
: sanitation is priority in a tattoo studio and there's is reason for
: that. And the average home does not have the facilities to
: accomodate the sterilization standards of the industry (whos
: standards are parallell with the health boards, at least in canada
: and many states that i'm aware of).
: PLEASE I urge you to get an apprentiship and learn it
: Can anyone second this please??


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