jeff collins

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so i had allot of shity equipment int the almost ten years that i have been tattooing and i wanna let people vent about there horrible experiences

i now own almost everything tatsouls sells forte station 370 etc and i swear by them but not everything is good right?

i once ordered from [link removed] or whatever it is its horrible you can got to [link removed] and buy it wholesale for dollars its all chinese crap. and the amount of shity ass fake rotarys ive ordered before i got all my tatsoul valor rotary machines is un countable and i wanna help people not make the basic mistakes i made in my first years

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