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TrickyGuns
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LA GUNS shirt, check this out

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They look pretty identical but the first one has a Gurney tag and the second one has a Rayco tag. What do you guys think?


http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-L-A-GUNS-80 ... 33578ff80b" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


http://cgi.ebay.com/ORIGINAL-VINTAGE-L- ... 3ca82d28a4" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: LA GUNS shirt, check this out

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Both vintage for sure, but I'm not very familiar with Guns prints.
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Re: LA GUNS shirt, check this out

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Agreed with Jimmy. LA guns wasn't too hot back in the day so they had to get some real off brand blanks.

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Re: LA GUNS shirt, check this out

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LA Guns was never hot lol, but if they were hot it was back in the day when half of GnR was in the band. I still don't get why their shirts go for 80+ dollars. I saw them last week for 10 dollars and there was about 20 people there. I think its the whole 80s metal vintage T craze. Anything with a skull on it is suddenly cool these days and people just discovered 80s metal t's are filled with em. Do you really think they'd print on two different brands though? Being this would be the era that they were at their biggest (stadium/arena tours)

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