YO, FEMINISTS: Why Aren’t YOU Encouraging #MeToo Victims Towards GUN Ownership?

Written by Doug Giles on December 12, 2017

This is a FANTASTIC question. You’d think that the feminists would want women to be able to protect themselves.

It doesn’t matter if the dude is the size of The Rock and the girl is 5′ nothing with the build of Mary Kate Olsen. Guns are the great equalizer.

Even a ‘Mary Kate’ could handle a ‘Dwayne’ that got handsy with her cute, pink and black Ruger LC9. It’s practical and fashionable.

If one of the women that Weinstein had tried to assault had pulled out the aforementioned Ruger LC9 (or perhaps an AirLite Smith & Wesson .357 magnum revolver) when he came out in his bathrobe and suggested a ‘massage’ I’m thinking it would have ended a little differently. He would’ve crapped himself right there while the badass woman holding the gun laughed at him. He’d certainly think twice about trying to prey on women like that ever again.

But, alas, those were Hollywood women who don’t believe in the 2nd Amendment.

Our very own ClashDaily Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles, says that we need to teach our daughters to defend themselves from the pervs out there:


Dads, you in particular need to check out this timely excerpt from Doug’s book ‘Raising Righteous and Rowdy Girls’.

But let’s be clear: all women should be carrying.

Teach Her How to Shoot Guns.

“Fear no man of any size, call on me and I’ll equalize.” — Common engraving on Frontier firearms

“Never bring a knife to a gun fight.”

The carrying of a deadly weapon and the ability to have within your hand the wherewithal to remove a person from the planet is a sobering cup of Joe. I know you’re thinking, “Why, thank you Captain Obvious. I wouldn’t have seen that if you hadn’t pointed it out to me.”

Because the topic of sending a felonious wanker to an early grave is indeed grave, you need to sit down with your daughter and ask her this question: Would you shoot to kill a person if they were going to do you or others physical harm? Because, duh, that’s the whole point of carrying a gun. She should have the attitude that, “I dont want to use it but should I have to I’m mentally prep’ed.” If she’s not psychologically “there” then you sure don’t want to put a gun in her hands because it not only is useless (as she will not use it for what it is intended for, namely to kill a bad guy), but it also could be snatched out of her hand and used against her.

So, first things first, father: If your girl is going to carry a weapon or have one in her house, then she had better have performed the proper mental gymnastics necessary for her to move into Dirty Harry mode if things should go to hell in her presence. There’s no time for contemplation in such a situation. When the smack hits the fan, it happens fast. Is she ready?

If your daughter cannot see herself actually using the weapon she is carrying then she has no business having a piece on her person. Yep, she had better stick with knowing martial arts or sporting a Taser C2 or having Cujo go on the defense for her against the obstreperous because the prerequisite mindset for the serious gun owner is: I have no problem using it if a stupid, stupid felon forces my hand.

For those girls who have made the leap into the “I’ll turn him into worm food and not bat a false eyelash” mode, let’s talk about guns. This is one of my favorite topics: discussing with good folks the proper personal weaponry to sport so that they radically decrease the likelihood that they will ever be victimized by a dumb dude trying to hurt them.

Getting Started

Dad, before you get your girl a gun, take her to a gun store or a gun range where they have several calibers, makes and models to choose from and have her try all the ones that are made for self defense.

Start her on the small end of the caliber spectrum okay, Rad Magnum? It won’t help things if she’s christened with a .500 S&W, .454 Casull or a .50cal Desert Eagle. She’ll develop a flinch worse than the one I have when I see Hillary without makeup. Personally, I’d start her with a little .22 and have her build up to the .38 and 40 calibers.

Let her run through the semi-autos and revolvers to see which one she digs the most. Most first time femme fatales will go for the revolvers because they’re pretty much a fluff and fold weapon as the automatics, for most novices, are just a little more complicated. Having said that, see which one she takes to. Remember, this is her gun, not yours, and the most important thing is her having a pistol that she is extremely comfortable with.

As most of you guys know, figuring out what a woman wants is more difficult than trying to get Donald Trump to watch Rosie O’Donnell River Dance naked. Having a one size fits all approach to arming your ladies is not wise. Let them report. Let them decide.

For example, every one of my ladies likes a different pistol. My wife is sweet on my AirLite Smith & Wesson .357 magnum revolver, but only with the .38 Special rounds. My oldest daughter takes a shining to my Sig Sauer .380 automatic, and my youngest daughter freaks over the Springfield .40cal auto. Go figure! It’s your job, dad, to get them what they can handle and shoot with the greatest of ease. Trust me, for self defense purposes, you want their comfort and confidence levels through the roof.

Once the caliber, model and action are decided upon now it is time to shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot. For attack scenarios it’s not necessary with a hand gun for them to practice shooting targets at 1,000 meters. My law enforcement buddies say that in serious altercations the victim needs to be able to deftly deliver three shots in three seconds at three feet: 3-3-3 (I told you when “it” happens, it happens fast).

Therefore, go to work at close range and with rapid fire. If, God forbid, your baby gets into deep weeds, you want her to do the job properly; e.g.- triple tap the center mass of the murderous/ raping jack ass. At least double tap it. Two or three shots in the center of the chest should officially end the happy day of your kid’s enemy. Work with her ‘til she’s proficient in firing with both speed and accuracy. Help her to keep her shots tight, fast and not all over the page. Get several human silhouette targets and have her shoot for the center of the chest and keep her shots within the heart/lung area. To be effective in defense scenarios her gun skills must become second nature, and this comes only through practice, practice and practice.

Once she has attained confidence and crazy capability, go with her back to the gun range/store and have her get a concealed weapons permit. With this she will be able to defend herself with deadly force almost everywhere she goes outside of her house. Speaking of her house . . .

Y’know, small pistols are great for your person. However, for home defense you can step things up a notch. You don’t have the concealed weapon problem when protecting yourself and your castle. Here’s where the ultimate crime stopper comes into play: the shotgun. Same thing applies here, pops, as to her choice of scatterguns. Get her the one that she likey.

The best bang for the person’s buck is the 12 gauge pump shotgun with an extended magazine. Most of your major manufacturers have one of these beauties available for the consumer. The barrel is short, 18.5 – 20 inches, the magazine is long, most will hold 6-8 rounds, and the damage is huge to whoever is on the receiving end of this blast. A shotgun, unlike a high power rifle or pistol, delivers a big hole to the body of a bad dude, and if you use bird shot (7 ½ or 8s) it won’t over penetrate walls and hurt innocent people in other parts of the house. Just the noise of your daughter pumping a shell into the chamber will send the worst of culprits fleeing.

Excerpt taken from ‘Raising Righteous and Rowdy Girls’ by Doug Giles.

ClashDaily.com’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:

Raising Righteous & Rowdy Girls

In ‘Raising Righteous and Rowdy Girls’, Doug Giles reinforces the notion that little women don’t need to be pampered by their fathers to turn out right. And having met his beautiful daughters, I know his philosophy works. As a strong-willed woman who thinks her daddy is the greatest guy in the world, I can tell you this is a must-read for every man who hopes to earn the same title. —-S.E. Cupp Best Selling Author & Fox News Analyst

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