Hunting enthusiast offers a friend with a personalized target at the shooting range



This future bride took a shot at the love – literally.

Jake Woodruff, 29, and Kara Crampton, 24, from New Jersey, had been together for three years when Woodruff decided to ask the question.

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Jake Woodruff and Kara Crampton got engaged in a shooting stand in New Jersey.

Jake Woodruff and Kara Crampton got engaged in a shooting stand in New Jersey.
(Courtesy of Woody Photography)

As they are both hunting and outdoor enthusiasts, Woodruff wanted to do something unique that fits those interests. It was at this point that he decided to contact his friend Mike Nylan and his mother, Cheryl Nylen, who owns the Reloaderz NJ shooting range in Wayne, according to NJ101.5.

Together, the group had an idea for Woodruff to use the shooting range for his proposal. Cheryl helped Woodruff create a hand-made painting "Do you want to marry me?" With a "YES" and "NO" target – the "yes" target being much larger than the "no".

Crampton was shocked to see Woodruff on one knee.

Crampton was shocked to see Woodruff on one knee.
(Courtesy of Woody Photography)

When Woodruff took Crampton to the shooting range, which opened in December for the scheduled session, the target was installed in his hallway.

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Once the specialized board turned around, Crampton immediately turned to Woodruff, who was on one knee holding the ring.

The couple plans to get married in 2020.

The couple plans to get married in 2020.
(Courtesy of Woody Photography)

Shocked by this unique proposal, Crampton began to cry and placed the ring on his finger before returning to the seat and shooting three times at the "yes" of the target.

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The couple plans not to marry until 2020, according to NJ101.5.


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