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08/07/2014 12:00 EDT

The 'Bunny Hunter' Isn't Your Typical Real-Life Barbie (PHOTOS)

One thing's for sure: "Bunny Hunter" is not your average real-life Barbie à la Valeria Lukyanova.

Bunny—real name Michelle Rovinsky—is making headlines thanks to her fondness for bikinis, guns and yep, you guessed it, her Barbie-esque attributes.

The 32-year-old Florida-native, whose Instagram page is filled with tons of scantily-clad pics of herself (usually with a weapon close by), says she wants to be a better role model for women, and isn't down with a few popular celebs.

"Celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus have no morals," she says on her site. "They are terrible role models for young women. I want to show women that you don’t have to act like a slut to get ahead." (Kim, Miley—thoughts?)

To prove her role model worthiness, the self-described "firearms enthusiast, self-defense advocate, and outdoors lover" makes videos instructing women on how to be feel confident, safe and to appreciate nature.

One such video instructs young (and stylish) gun-enthusiasts on which holster goes best with an evening gown. (So you can basically be Angelina Jolie in "Mr. and Mrs. Smith.")

"I may look like a Barbie doll, but that's just ONE of the weapons in my arsenal!" she explains in her bio.

"Someone looks at me and they think, 'What a cute little Barbie,'" she said. "Little do they know, they've got something coming their way if they try and mess with me." Somehow we don't think the Bunny Hunter and her European/space alien counterpart would get along.

Check out some of Bunny's Instagram pics:

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