thumbs & ammo replaces movie scene guns with a 'thumbs up'
mar 20, 2013
thumbs & ammo replaces movie scene guns with a 'thumbs up'

thumbs & ammo replaces movie guns with a ‘thumbs up’
‘looper’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbs & ammo



‘thumbs & ammo’, the newest blog to go viral on the internet has taken some of the most iconic violent movie
scenes and photoshopped guns with a friendlier gesture —a good ol’ thumbs up. as the motto goes – ‘real tough
guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude.’


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‘pulp fiction’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbsandammo



‘rambo’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbsandammo



‘scarface’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbsandammo



‘reservoir dogs’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbsandammo



‘mission impossible’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbsandammo



‘band of brothers’ gun scene
image courtesy thumbsandammo


for the full image set head over to thumbs & ammo.


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