Friday, August 8, 2014

Girls with Guns Friday #7 - Angelina Jolie

Happy Friday everyone!

This weeks girls with guns post is dedicated to Angelina Jolie. By all accounts one of the hottest actresses in Hollywood.

If you didn't know she comes from a famous family. Her Father is none other than actor Jon Voight and her Mother is actress Marcheline Bertrand.
If being a talented and beautiful wasn't enough, she has played the part of tough women who know how to handle a gun.
She has also stated that her personal position on gun control as coming down on the side of the Second Amendment. Her Husband Brad Pitt spent an estimated $400,000 on a shooting range and armory for her at their home in France.

At any rate, here she is in her various movie roles.

Here she is pointing a Star Model BM in one of her early roles as Legs Sadovsky in the movie Foxfire
One of her most famous roles was that of Lara Croft in the screen adaptation of the video game Tomb Raider

She took a liking to the HK USP used in the two Tomb Raider films and so she purchased one for herself

She played the part of Agent Illeana Scott in the movie Taking Lives. In the film she carried a stainless Sig P230

in 2005 she played the part of Jane Smith, alongside her real life partner Brad Pitt, in the action block buster Mr & Mrs Smith

Wanted was her next action movie, she played the part of a secret assassin named code named Fox.
In the film she carried a customized Safari Arms Matchmaster 1911 pistol seen here in a promotional picture.

In her latest action movie she played the part of CIA Agent Evelyn Salt. The movie (named Salt) was centered around Agent Salt trying to clear her name. She is seen with many guns in the film including the two seen here, a Glock 17 and a Sig P230

One last picture, the levelheaded Angelina allows her boys to be boys. The leftist media was shocked to see her son playing with a toy rifle.....

If any of the pictures above belong to you and you would like them taken down or credited, please let me know

No comments:

Post a Comment