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I am a long time tattoo enthusiast finally looking to take the plunge and get my first Tattoo. I'm 29 years old, married with two kids. I am currently serving in the army as a medical laboratory specialist. Anyways I'm hoping to meet more like minded individuals and get assistance with my first tattoo!

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Thanks guys, well I have an idea for a tribal style tattoo, and was hoping for recommendations in the Richmond, Virginia area for artists who specialize or are heavily experienced with that type of tattoo. There are so many shops in the area, that it's a little intimating that I'm going to choose "wrong". I know I could easily go through the shops myself, but it would definatley help save time and effort (of me and the potential artists) if I had a starting point. I just want to have the "best version" of my tattoo idea generated and find the best man or woman for the job. Thank you guys for the reply!

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