AceShowbiz - Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner consider buying guns for protection. In Sunday, December 3 episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", the Kardashian-Jenner sisters talked about arming their homes with guns, nine months after Kendall's robbery.
The episode began with Kendall admitting that she "literally once a week" has a stalker. The 22-year-old former Victoria's Secret model continued, "They just like wait outside my house for me and my security guards won't let me leave."
It's not her first run-in with a stalker, though. Back in October 2016, the stunner testified in court against another stalker who was eventually convicted for trespassing.
Kendall went on talking about her robbery earlier this year, in March. She said that "every single piece of my jewelry was stolen." Her half-sister Khloe then brought up Kim Kardashian's infamous 2016 Paris robbery, saying, "Ever since Kim's situation in Paris, it's just a scary world." She then asked Kendall, "Do you know what kind of gun you like?"
After deciding to learn how to be "knowledgeable to know how to protect ourselves," Kendall and Khloe told Kim about their decision. But 37-year-old mother of two strongly against the idea of keeping a gun in the house. "That's what you have security for," Kim told her sisters.
Khloe then asked, "In your situation, say the gun, you were able to get access to it, would you know what to do?" to which Kim said no. "There's no way I would have gotten out of there. I'm not Lara Croft," Kim insisted. "I personally don't feel comfortable with that," she added.
Nevertheless, Khloe and Kendall took a trip to a gun range, where they learned safety tips and firing methods. "This is something that we feel like we need to do in order for us to sleep better at night," said Khloe, gripping the weapon as she practiced her shot.
"I can't believe that Khloe like, jumps into this and is so comfortable," Kendall said. "I've obviously been a to a shooting range before, but it's literally scaring me so bad, I'm hiding behind a wall." Khloe said, "I'm super happy that Kendall and I went to the gun range. I feel truly educated on holding a gun, how to load a gun. I'm proud that we did that."
The episode, however, concluded with both sisters deciding they would not purchase their own handguns after dialing into a conference call with Everytown, a U.S. nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control and against gun violence. "It was just a lot of numbers and scary and a little overwhelming and dark to think about," Khloe said. "I think the answer is not to add more guns into the world," she concluded. "I would rather avoid all of this and leave our guns to our security team."