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Gallery of movie stills featuring girls who love guns! From Damsels in Distress, to Chicks with Guns! All you need for a great movie is a girl and a gun. Iconic women with guns in movies. From to Doris Day to Uma Thurman to Angelina Jolie. La Femme Nikita, Kill Bill, The Quick and the Dead, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, The Professional, and more.

There are a number of other great sites that highlight women and guns (see Related Links). However, I think this site is unique in the fact each picture is a true movie still photo. Enjoy!

In 1992, I purchased four 8x10 movie still photos featuring beautiful women with guns. My basement wall became nicknamed by friends as the "Chicks with Guns" collection, and I began to slowly procure new movie stills. Now, the collection has grown to over 300 photos, and I decided to share with a larger group.


"The chicks are packed!" - The Warriors

"There is nothing as beautiful as a naked woman with a gun." - The Whole Nine Yards

"There is nothing more sexy in the whole world than a beautiful woman with an incredible gun." - Red 2

"I think guns are so feminine." - Annie Oakley

Wanted: Additional Photos

I am always looking for additional 8x10 photos to add to my collection. The following is a list of photos that are wanted, but the list is not complete:

Actor -- Movie

Uma Thurman -- Kill Bill
Lucy Liu -- Kill Bill
Denise Richards -- Starship Troopers
Dina Meyer -- Starship Troopers
Milla Jovovich -- The Fifth Element
Vanessa Williams -- Eraser
Cameron Diaz -- Charlie's Angels
Leonor Varela -- Blade II
Chingmy Yau -- Naked Killer
Kristanna Loken -- Terminator 3
Anne Heche -- Beyond Suspicion
Angie Dickinson -- Police Woman (TV)

Related Links

Chicks with Guns - Lindsay McCrum

In Chicks with Guns, Lindsay McCrum has created a cultural portrait of women gun owners in America through photographs that are both beautiful and in a sense unexpected. The book examines issues of self-image and genre through the visual conventions of portraiture and fashion, but the guns are presented here not as superimposed props but as the very personal lifestyle accessories of the subjects portrayed. And it defies stereotypes often associated with aspects of the popular culture of both guns and women.

25 Iconic Women With Guns in Movies - IMDb

With movies like the Expendables, guy action flix with strong male characters are a dime a dozen. LipstickandLead.com's webmaster decided to take a look a some Iconic films where women are locked and loaded. This isn't a commentary on their stories, or guns in movies, just a look at women holding their own in a male dominated genre. Movie's with sequels, only have one movie representing the series.

10 Hottest Girls With Guns in Movies - Scribol.com

Quentin Tarantino claimed that “girls will have a dose of girl power” from watching his 2003 classic Kill Bill, and no character in the movie literally cuts to the quick better than The Bride, played by Uma Thurman. An angry dame with a penchant for revenge served at sub-zero temperatures, The Bride uses blade, fist and miscellaneous sharp items lying around to exact righteous vengeance on her enemies. Still, while it was awesome to see Uma punch a man in the chest until his heart explodes, it’s the combination of female and firearm that arguably holds the greatest allure throughout the history of cinema. Many of the movies that best utilize this delectable mix are of the “B” variety, although there are a few examples of blockbusters pairing lipstick with smoking barrels to great effect, too. Either way, holster your pistol as we celebrate super-strong females everywhere – with a list of the 10 most iconic girls with guns in movies.

Girls With Guns — The Movie Database (TMDb)

Films that portray a strong female protagonist who makes use of firearms to defend against or attack a group of antagonists. List created by Movie Roll App.

The Best Girls-with-Guns Movies of All Time - Flickchart

"The Matrix", "Terminator 2: Judgment Day", "Aliens", "Kill Bill Vol. 1", & "Bonnie and Clyde" are The Best Girls-with-Guns Movies of All Time on Flickchart.

Chicks Who Love Guns - YouTube

From the Jackie Brown bonus DVD. Jackie Brown is the 1997 feature film adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel Rum Punch. Adapted for the screen and directed by Quentin Tarantino, the film stars Pam Grier as the title character, a flight attendant who finds herself in the middle of a predicament involving an arms dealer, a bail bondsman and a large sum of cash. Early in the film, Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson) shows a pre-recorded TV presentation of a fictional show, Chicks Who Love Guns.