Earlier this month, I published an article on the Dystopian Survival website listing seven ways to defend the Second Amendment, with a total of 23 action steps you can take (article link). One of those ways is the one way I think is the best and most effective way to protect the Second Amendment way into the future. I want to present that way here in an attempt to encourage others to take this step:
7) Men, Take Your Women Shooting
Men, take your wives and girlfriends shooting. The more women who get into hunting and other shooting sports, the more secure the Second Amendment will be in the future.
Think about it. Wherever Mothers go, there go their children. The more that children are exposed to responsible gun ownership, and the safe and fun use of guns, the less fearful they will be of guns, despite the anti-gun indoctrination in our schools.
The long-term future of the Second Amendment is being determined in the fight for the hearts and minds of children. The anti-gun activists know that the more fearful children are of guns while they are young, the more fearful they will be when they grow up. Then those fearful future adults - who will be voters, politicians, judges, bureaucrats, school administrators, teachers, and in other positions of influence - will be easier to convince to do away with the Second Amendment and accept complete gun confiscation (the ultimate goal of gun control).
A) Men, Take Your Women Shooting. The best and easiest way to stop the intentional spread of the fear of guns into children is to get their mothers into guns. Take your wife or girlfriend to the shooting range. Take them hunting. Get them into guns. And the message will seep down to their children.
I'm not a woman, but I do have some commonsense suggestions for how to get your wife or girlfriend into shooting:
- Be patient.
- Make it fun.
- Don't be a jerk, talk down to her, or make it into some macho thing.
- The purpose is to get her into shooting, not to show off your skills or to impress her with your manliness.
- Don't take over and try to make decisions for her.
- Let other people help - you're probably the wrong person to teach her how to shoot, no matter how good you are.
- Take a class together.
- Don't "take her" shooting or hunting, instead go shooting or hunting together (an important difference, especially to a woman).
- Let her progress at her own pace.
I would love to get suggestions from women on how to get women into shooting sports. Please leave suggestions in the comments section below.
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