It is not to be taken literally. Use your head for something more than video games.
im not exactly sure, but what i have heard is this: brass knuckle tattoos are meant to remind us what we are capable of, but that we choose a different way. plus they look pretty badass, im thinking of getting a set
MARL - BORO
yes, brass knuckle trench knife made by L&FC (I think) in the US. Knuckle knife dated 1918. Although knuckle portion was removable, it generally was not taken apart. It was carried in a scabbard made for the knife. It is a collectable item...............
Knuckle tattoos do not have a specific symbolism behind them. They are meaningful to the person who has them. Typically speaking, the people who have knuckle tattoos have made a conscious decision to live outside of standard culture. For a good idea of what people have on their knuckles and why they got them take a look at the knuckle tattoo website listed below, which collects pictures of people's knuckle tattoos and the stories behind them.
suw vu its something the bloods say
Synyster's knuckles say MARLBORO....
You look up the dimensions of small, medium, and large knuckle dusters, then decide if you have small, medium, or large hands.
I have no clue whatsoever what a brase nuckel belt is. Do you mean a Brass Knuckle Belt? If so, go to eBay as there are lots on there.
Brass knuckles, bats, ball peen hammers, etc. are all tattoos used by serious gang members who earn their tattoos through extreme violence.
Synyster Gates only mentions a few tattoo artists that did his tattoos. Such as Grant Cobb, who did Syn's knuckle tattoo of MARLBORO.
Its a trendy bro thing along with grenades, nautical stars, swallows, and affliction shirts... Unless it's a love thy neighbor tattoo, those are safe, those are as old as time
you will have to do research in the US Patent Office
Metal knucks (brass knuckles) are illegal inmost US states.
Polished brass can be used for: Kitchen and bathroom taps, and door handles, knobs, light switch, brass knuckle ring, belt buckles, Zippo lighter, coat hanger, drain.
I think you mean knuckle dagger, and it's like a knuckle puncher ( bronze knuckle) but it also has a small blade on the edge. Leaf Ninja Out! Sincerely, IchigoKitsune95 Knuckle dragger is an insult; it calls a person an ape.
knokkel is the word for knuckle in Dutch. It is a part between the fingers joint.
There was a trench knife issued to US Army troops that was a knife that had a "Brass Knuckles" handle. Brass Knuckles is a brass "ring" that you slip over your hand, each finger going into a loop. This is used for hand-to-hand fighting. The knife had this same construction as part of the handle/grip. I'm not sure if this was an official Army issue. The Army preferred the soldier carry a bayonet that would fit onto the rifle. This brass knuckle trench knife couldnot do this.
Do you mean the ball joint in an automotive that is connected to the knuckle? Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for answer.
I believe They are illegal but u can find them for sale as brass knuckle paper weights! Gotta love loop holes! I found some in Tulsa in an army surplus store!
Brass knuckles are more commonly made from steel despite the name. They are made by melting the steel at high temperatures and pouring it into the knuckle mold before leaving it to cool and set.
Do you mean Emily Osment? No, she doesn't have any tattoos.
There is no specific meaning behind ankle tattoos. This is just a place where people can put the different tattoos.
yes, 1918 LF&C mfg. trench knife. the handle can be removed but not recommended.