tattoo shop
Posted by mcs (+397) 8 years ago
is there a tattoo shop in MC

[This message has been edited by mcs (11/9/2013)]
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Posted by s irish (+70) 8 years ago
located in the Smoke Shop
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Posted by mcs (+397) 8 years ago
where is that located? thanks!
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Posted by bh (+193) 8 years ago
On Fort Street kind of behind Stockman Bank.
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Posted by Nancy W. (+124) 8 years ago
Is there 1 artist or more than one?
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+10001) 8 years ago
I don't know about the current status, but there have been a number of "tattoo wars" on here in the past offering various advice ...

http://milescity.com/foru...pid=297965
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1917) 8 years ago
I do know of someone who recently got spinal meningitis from a dirty tattoo needle and is currently facing life in a wheelchair and staggering medical debt. So make sure you are seeing a reputable provider.
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Posted by Diesel (+184) 8 years ago
I would go to billings, i wouldn't take the chance here in miles city. Just sayin
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Posted by neonfreedom (+290) 8 years ago
^^^^^^^ SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO TO BILLINGS, BETTER QUALITY,SO WORTH IT!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17335) 8 years ago
Listen to neonfreedom. If any one would be able to assess the quality of a tattoo, it would be her.....or her cousin, argonliberty.
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Posted by neonfreedom (+290) 8 years ago
^^^^^^^ SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO TO BILLINGS, BETTER QUALITY,SO WORTH IT!
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Posted by mcs (+397) 8 years ago
who is the guy that does it here? thanks
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1917) 8 years ago
Um, the tattoo place with the dirty needle was in. . .wait for it. . . Billings.
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Posted by neonfreedom (+290) 8 years ago
make sure you watch them open the needle packages!I have had all my tats done in billings and have always watched them open all the packages and set their station! I still suggest and always will suggest billings,and Haha gunner you got jokes, pretty funny eh!

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Posted by David Schott (+17062) 8 years ago
I recommend sticking with the lick-and-stick variety of temporary tattoos. Today I have Hello Kitty on my butt but tomorrow I may not be so into Hello Kitty. Tomorrow I might prefer the State Farm logo on my butt, "And like a good neighbor..."
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Posted by Meriah Joy (+507) 8 years ago
Just because Billings is a bigger town doesn't necessarily mean the artists are better. The guy who owns the tattoo shop in Miles City is very reputable. He worked for many years in Billings but decided to come back to his home town. He is clean, opens up his needles in front of you, and I would suggest him. He does awesome work. Earl, across from the wrestling complex on bridge street.
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Posted by Brandon Loomis (+96) 8 years ago
I do know of someone who recently got spinal meningitis from a dirty tattoo needle and is currently facing life in a wheelchair and staggering medical debt. So make sure you are seeing a reputable provider.


This is a rumor, a rumor that happens to be false.
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Posted by Jeremy Loomis (+64) 8 years ago
The causes of his infection are unknown, but he got his tattoo months before the infection and the doctor said it is unlikely that the tattoo was the cause
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Posted by Jack Dougherty (+9) 7 years ago
I want to have tattoo on my collar bone,just like the leading lady of the divergent.
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Posted by Sunny (+378) 7 years ago
mcs: Try Kacey at 406-939-4193. She is in Glendive.
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Posted by Mrs. C (+6) 7 years ago
Copper Cat in Billings. Bre is the artist and owner. I highly recommend her. I haven't had any from other artists there but she is amazing. Definitely check out the artists' you are considering portfolio on Facebook. Most tattoo shops have them including Treasure State.
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Posted by Forsyth Mike (+475) 7 years ago
When considering a tattoo (especially a first one), I'd recommend talking to somebody who's had tattoos for 15 or 20 years and ask them if they still love their tattoos. I can't even tell you the number of friends and relatives I have who have "tattoo regret."
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Posted by Bridgier (+9195) 7 years ago
The handlebar tramp stamp was, in retrospect, a little tacky.
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