Tactical Tailor

An Homage To Kilroy

My friend Dave Hall and artist Elwood’Woody’ T. Risk pay homage to Kilroy as they raise money to film the documentary ‘Until It Hurts‘ about this unique piece of art of the same name.


On September 11, 2012, a Navy SEAL Sniper (SOCS Dave Hall, USN, Ret.) fired a .308 Remington 700 custom built for him by another former SEAL Sniper (SOCS Chris Higgins) at a humanoid target from 911 yards. The goal was to strike the black (scoring) part of the target 79 times (once for each fallen NSW member since 9-11). ‘Until It Hurts’ is the result of that effort.

A print of the original hangs proudly in my home. Visit www.indiegogo.com/projects/until-it-hurts-a-navy-seal-documentary to see how you can help.

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2 Responses to “An Homage To Kilroy”

  1. Justin says:

    Man I wish I would have picked up one of these prints when they were available

  2. Frogman says:

    They are available and will stay available. The money above cost still supports The Navy SEAL Foundation and Wounded Wear. Wounded Wear is providing clothing kits to wounded warriors in part due to the proceeds from these sales.

    You can order them here: