Greenade Tattoos Designs And Meaning


Greenade Tattoos Designs And Pictures
A grenade is a small explosive device that is projected a safe distance away by its user. Soldiers called grenadiers specialize in the use of grenades. The term hand grenade refers any grenade designed to be hand thrown.

Grenade Launchers are firearms designed to fire explosive projectile grenades. There are both grenade launchers that are integrated into other weapons (such as service rifles) and those that are built as individual weapon systems.
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A hand grenade is handy and highly effective weapon at destroying things.  It is an anti-personnel weapon that explodes a short time after release. Soldiers resort to the use of grenade to blow up things out of sight or far from their surrounding.  The word “grenade” is derived from the French word for pomegranate, as shrapnel reminded soldiers of the seeds. Grenadiers were originally soldiers who specialized in throwing grenades. Some grenades are fired from rifles or from purpose-designed grenade launchers.

Placement: Arm Comments: This piece was an add-on to the existing grenade tattoo that i had done approx. 2 years ago while at a Stained Skin guest spot. We added the explosion and some more blood and background at the Hell City Tattoo Fest 2006 to continue with the theme of war and bloodshed...quite obviously inspired by current world events. Oh yeah, in case you were too busy with Myspace or your SUV, there is an unwinnable, falsely justified, imperialist war going on right now in this place called Iraq. But no need to worry, just keep consuming! by Nick Baxter

The first grenades appeared in the Byzantine Empire, not long after the reign of Leo III (717-741).  Byzantine soldiers learned that Greek fire, a Byzantine invention of the previous century, could not only be thrown by flamethrowers at the enemy, but also in stone and ceramic jars. Later, glass containers were employed.

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