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Literal Shotgun Wedding Proposal Leaves Bride-To-Be in Tears


Corey Herr from Kendallville, Indiana had been wanting to propose to her girlfriend, Macie Price, for months but couldn’t decide on a special way to pull it off until he thought of using his brand-new shotgun as a prop and carried out a literal shotgun wedding proposal.

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In the proposal video, Price can be seen firing the shotgun and failing because something seemed to be jamming the chamber.

Price then tried opening the chamber to fix the issue and when she reached inside the gun she was surprised to pull out a bundle of white ribbon.

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The soon-to-be-bride thought nothing about it at first but after noticing a ring attached to the ribbons and Herr falling on one knee she started to get emotional.

“Will you marry me?” Herr asked Price and she said yes.

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“I’d had the ring at the ready for about three months, but had so many different ideas for how I was going to do it. Then suddenly this idea came to me the day before, so I finally committed and went for it,” Herr told Caters News. “I was surprised I managed to keep it from her for so long.”

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While the couple was having an emotional moment, they still managed to get a few laughs after Herr mistakenly put the ring on Price’s right-hand ring finger.

“I was so nervous and overwhelmed that she said yes, I ended up putting the ring on the wrong finger,” the groom-to-be-shared. “It was an emotional moment for us both – Macie started crying too,” he added.

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Herr was excited to share the big news with their family members and friends as he immediately posted on Facebook a photo of Price’s hand wearing the diamond engagement ring with the caption, saying: “She said yes! I put the ring in and empty 12 gauge shell and took her shooting.”

The couple set the wedding for June 30 next year.

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“We’re so excited for what the future holds,” Herr said.

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