Regis Giles is 21. She’s beautiful. She’s accomplished. She’s a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – trained by the infamous Valente Brothers. She’s a huntress. She’s a student, an NRA columnist, a business owner (visit her site – gjwhg.wpengine.com), and 2nd amendment/self defense activist. She works at her Jiu-Jitsu academy, which she’s been training at for 11 years now. She also just finished producing her hunting DVD “Kudu Voodoo,” which features a South African Safari she went on with her family, last summer. Is there any possible way she could be more hard-core than she already is? I don’t think so. She’d have to develop some sort of alien superhero powers. But, I mean, just look at her! Seeing Super-Regis flying around town in a cape actually wouldn’t surprise me much.
CH: I’m assuming you picked up your love for guns from your dad. But, when did you go from a gun/hunting enthusiast to a 2nd amendment activist? How old were you when you started shooting?
RG: My father most certainly introduced me to the gun world, but my passion for them started the moment I first pulled the trigger on my .22 rifle. I started shooting at the age of 9, and training in Jiu-Jitsu at that same time. Knowing Jiu-Jitsu and how to shoot, and then seeing news reports of girls being abducted by Chester the Molester, I found it my personal duty to share my knowledge and get active.