Making a Tattoo Gun?


In order to make a tattoo gun, one will need several materials, including: mechanical pencil, razor blade, large needle, and electric toothbrush. The first step in making this gun is to take out the eraser from the mechanical pencil. Next, one should punch a hole through the center of the eraser using the large needle.
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Making a Tattoo Gun
Pull the eraser from a Bic mechanical pencil (the kind where you push down the eraser to push out the lead). Using a razor blade, cut the eraser in half widthwise. Twist a small, narrow screw with your fingers to drill a hole through the middle of the... More »
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