Found this online. A bride carried her Kimber Sapphire as something blue. I have seen other pics of newly weds wielding firearms in their wedding pictures. Did any of you have pictures taken like this when you got married?



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  • M.M.D.C.

    Wedlocked and loaded.

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      Wonder if she brought it to keep him from running.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Me and the wife at our reception.

    • El Duderino

      Put a table covered in cheeseburgers and cans of Bud in there and you pretty much have the American stereotype as seen by much of the world…

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Well, look at His Majesty with his fancy “cheeseburgers” and “canned beers”.
        In this family we eat whatever runs through the backyard and I make my own liquor out yonder in my shack. And if the revenuers come’a knockin’ they gonna get a a-s full’a lead I tell you what.

      • Bill

        Don’t forget the pork rinds and generic Skoal.

      • Ben

        Nah, no-ones 500lbs and on a rascal

    • Cymond

      What an odd pair … of rifles!

      A tacticool M-Forgery complete with PMAGS, light grip, quadrail, optics; and an old A1/SP1 with aluminum 20 round mag.

      Also, that picture is a beautiful monstrosity.

    • politicsbyothermeans

      Why are your kids so clean? You a Commie?

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        I done hosed ’em off fer the nuptials’.

  • Bill

    No, and I rarely go to the range in a tux.

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      Guns at a wedding, that’s a little rednecky.

  • gunsandrockets

    Apparently diamonds are no longer a girls best friend.

  • Kristoff

    Well that’s not tacky in the least.

  • jeepers

    Yep; father-in-law-to-be had a shotgun 🙁

  • Peter Nissen

    Interesting she’s keeping the gun at Condition 2. Maybe she does think he’s going to do a runner 😉

  • Fruitbat44

    “And if anyone knows just cause while these two should not be joined together, then SHTFU!”

  • nick

    ..that picture, of the brides hands…all I can say as it needs to be black and white with a “Film Noir” reference
    like, “till death, do us part”
    so? what’s the suitable Carry condition walking down the isle???

  • Len Jones

    Back in 69 when I got married we only had shotguns for hunting there was no need for a hand gun like today where you need one for protection depending on where you live or where your going.