Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are worried about their safety after a series of stalking and robbing incidents. The siblings decided to go to a shooting range to learn how to use a gun.
Khloe appeared to be a natural at the shooting range. After being taught by the instructor, she managed to fire the gun impressively. Kendall, on the other hand, had a tough time learning the basics.
"I've obviously been to a shooting range before, but it's literally scaring me so bad I'm hiding behind a wall," the supermodel said.
On Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the 33-year-old reality TV star also revealed that their older sister, Kim Kardashian, is not very comfortable with the idea of her and Kendall owning a gun.
"I know Kim is so against us getting guns, but for Kendall and I, it is something we feel we need in order to sleep better at night," Khloe revealed.
Kim Kardashian's Thoughts On Owning A Gun
Before heading to the shooting range, Kris Jenner's three daughters already had a conversation about owning a gun. Kim said that she's against it because she doesn't like her kids to be anywhere near a gun.
"I'm not comfortable with it. I wouldn't want my kids around it. I wouldn't want sleepovers going on here, with the kids here and I know there's a gun," said Kim.
Khloe acknowledged Kim's stand about the issue, but she also reminded her sister of what happened to her in Paris. Kim was robbed at gunpoint at her hotel room last year.
The Kocktails With Khloe star asked Kim if she would've been able to protect herself at the time of the robbery if she knew how to use a gun. Kim thought for a few seconds and said that she wouldn't have shot the robbers regardless if she knew how to fire.
Kendall Jenner Files For Restraining Order
Meanwhile, Kendall told her siblings that there's always a new person stalking her every single week. In July, the 21-year-old filed a permanent restraining order against a fan named Thomas Hummel.
Hummel started writing letters to her earlier this year. Initially, the notes contained positive messages, but they turned hostile later on. The fan started insulting Kendall and her mom.
In the court documents obtained online, Hummel is required to stay at least 100 yards away from Kendall. He is also not allowed to contact her or send her any letters. Hummel can't also own a gun for the next three years.