Kim Kardashian's Twitter feed had become fairly predictable -- vintage family photos, racy bikini shots and whatever the latest product she's hawking is.

On Tuesday, the 31-year-old reality star threw us for a bit of a loop when she posted a photo of a YSL-plated pistol and wrote:


kim kardashian ysl gun

We suppose we really shouldn't be too surprised, since "momager" Kris Jenner took Kim and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe to learn how to shoot a gun after the family's store D.A.S.H was vandalized, during the second season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

During their trip to the LAX Firing Range, Kim even learned to use a huge assault rifle, and asked, "Is this the kind they use in wars?"

Though the girls seemed to enjoy learning how to shoot, they were adamant they didn't want to bring a gun into their store.

More celebrity fans of the Second Amendment:

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  • Robert De Niro

    "Are you talkin to me?" Robert De Niro often plays a gun-wielding fast-talker, <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lifestyles-rich-packin-high-profile-celebrities-seeking-gun-permits-rise-article-1.441377" target="_hplink"> and he's got a license to carry</a> in real life too.

  • Miranda Lambert

    Miranda Lambert is packin' heat and she's not afraid to admit it: "I carry a weapon," <a href="http://www.self.com/healthystars/2012/06/miranda-lambert-slideshow#slide=6" target="_hplink">she told <em>Self</em> magazine</a>. "I got a death threat a few years ago and was really scared. But I don't want bodyguards. I am my own security."

  • Donald Trump

    When you've got an empire to protect, you better be packin'. <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lifestyles-rich-packin-high-profile-celebrities-seeking-gun-permits-rise-article-1.441377" target="_hplink">Donald Trump is licensed to carry a gun</a>.

  • Johnny Depp

    Johnny Depp may not have a gun license, but <a href="http://www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2009/07/01/johnny_depp_plans_to_teach_kids_to_handl" target="_hplink">he knows his way around a rifle</a>. "We would just go out and line up a bunch of cans and shoot with rifles, handguns and at times, submachine guns," Depp admits. "When I was a kid it was a controlled atmosphere, we weren't shooting at humans - we were shooting at cans and bottles mostly. I will most certainly take my kids out for target practice."

  • Eric Clapton

    <a href="http://swns.com/eric-clapton-owned-vintage-shotguns-fetch-84000-at-auction-171437.html" target="_hplink">Eric Clapton is a vintage-gun aficionado</a> and even sold several pieces of his collection in 2010 for a whopping 84,000 pounds.

  • Alexis Stewart

    Former radio personality and Martha Stewart's daughter, Alexis Stewart <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lifestyles-rich-packin-high-profile-celebrities-seeking-gun-permits-rise-article-1.441377" target="_hplink">exercises her Second Amendment right</a> to carry a gun.

  • Clint Eastwood

    From his on-camera roles alone, Clint Eastwood seems like an accomplished rifleman. Perhaps that's why the actor has become somewhat of an "American gun icon." "I have a very strict gun control policy: if there's a gun around, I want to be in control of it," Eastwood has said.

  • James Earl Jones

    James Earl Jones is a member of the National Rifle Association of America (NRA) and once said, "The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose."

  • Marc Anthony

    Marc Anthony is armed with much more than his powerful voice -- <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lifestyles-rich-packin-high-profile-celebrities-seeking-gun-permits-rise-article-1.441377" target="_hplink">he's got a license to pack heat</a>.

  • Ted Nugent

    Fierce gun supporter <a href="http://gunseditor.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/interview-with-rock-star-ted-nugent/" target="_hplink">Ted Nugent told "Guns and Fishing" in 2009 about his own views on firearms</a> and talked about the celebrity firearm owner community. "The guys at Metallica support the Second Amendment ... I just bought a number of guns for Joe Perry of Aerosmith," he said. "And when I performed in the Howard Stern movie, I was approached by Howard, who showed me his .32-caliber Seecamp pistol ... I was approached by Ozzy Osbourne and talked about his German 9mm Luger. Everybody supports the common pulse of defending one's self, which is why our founding fathers wrote the Second Amendment."

  • Howard Stern

    If you thought Howard Stern's only weapon was his biting radio voice, think again. As of 2010, <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lifestyles-rich-packin-high-profile-celebrities-seeking-gun-permits-rise-article-1.441377" target="_hplink">Stern was licensed to own a gun</a>.

  • Whoopi Goldberg

    Whoopi Goldberg disclosed during a taping of "The View" that <a href="http://newsbusters.org/blogs/josh-st-louis/2012/05/10/how-about-liberal-whoopi-goldberg-admits-shes-member-nra" target="_hplink">she is a member of the National Rifle Association</a>.

  • David Spade

    David Spade may not be a gun owner himself, although he did purchase 300 rifles in 2009. But <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/12/22/david-spade-donates-10000_n_152929.html" target="_hplink">the weaponry was a generous gift for a Phoenix -- Spade's hometown -- police department</a>.

  • Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt

    If we've learned anything from Angelina Jolie's acting career, it's that she looks good holding a gun. <a href="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1022472/Ive-got-Tomb-Raider-guns--Im-afraid-use-says-Angelina.html" target="_hplink">In 2008, Jolie told the U.K.'s <em>Daily Mail</em></a>, "I bought original, real guns of the type we used in 'Tomb Raider' for security. Brad and I are not against having a gun in the house, and we do have one. And yes, I'd be able to use it if I had to ... If anybody comes into my home and tries to hurt my kids, I've no problem shooting them."

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