Doing it the Rambo Style

Who could forget Sylvester Stallone and his rippling muscles greased with sweat and who knows what? If you’re into action-filled flicks about protagonists who love to kill and shoot his enemies with a huge gun, then Rambo is definitely a perfect addition to your movie collection.

A brainchild of novelist David Morrell, the Rambo movie series catapulted Sylvester Stallone’s career into the spotlight. A story about war veteran John James Rambo, the first film revolved around Rambo’s after-war adventures as he tries to live a normal life after a violent and war-driven lifestyle in Vietnam. Aided with superb fighting skills and unmatched physical strength, Rambo is an icon of extreme violence and aggression. Rambo’s adventures continued through a series of sequels, with the latest Rambo movie still in it’s pre-production stage.

If you can’t get enough of Rambo trivia, this fictitious character was born July, 1947 to a mother with German roots and a father with native American roots. As a highly distinguished soldier, Rambo was given several awards. These awards included the Medal of Honor, a Bronze Star, a Soldier’s Medal, an Expert Weapons qualification badge, an Army Service Ribbon, and other recognitions that made him a formidable force to his enemies. In Rambo: First Blood Part II, his fictional social security number was shown — 936-01-1758.

When watching reruns or DVDs of Rambo, the perfect outfit is a movie shirt depicting a shirtless Rambo with his big gun. Along with the iconic image is a slogan that reads “Forget the Tickets… Here’s the Gun Show” with two arrows pointing at Rambo’s rocket launcher. If you want to take a trip back in time when Rambo ruled, this movie shirt is perfect for you. Also a perfect gift for someone known for his Rambo-esque attitude.

Rambo - Get Some Baby!

Rambo – Get Some Baby! T-Shirt

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Rambo - Forget the Tickets..Here's the Gun Show

Rambo – Forget the Tickets..Here’s the Gun Show T-Shirt

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