December 05, 2016

MUST SEE: 7-year-old Texas girl's reaction to shooting her first deer will make your day

StaffRebel Columnist

The video of a seven-year-old girl named Lilly shooting her first deer has gone insanely viral with over 2 million views on Facebook alone.

The girl's father, Cody Clapper uploaded the video. You can see how the young hunter waits for the perfect shot before pulling the trigger. Her reaction is priceless.

As InfoWars pointed out, the mainstream media treats AR-style rifles with extreme hatred. One NY Daily News writer described firing an AR-15: “The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.”

If this video can tell you anything it's that guns aren't a problem. Clapper even challenged those who disagreed with his little girl hunting saying, “If you think that you might be offended by this video that has my daughter shooting a deer with a modern hunting rifle, please keep scrolling.”


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commented 2016-12-09 00:04:37 -0500
Glenn Craig:
I will keep your sister in my prayers and offer up this coming Saturday’s Mass for her.
May God keep her in His loving arms and surround her with His love.
You are all blessed to be together.
commented 2016-12-06 17:39:44 -0500
I’m sorry to hear about your sister… It’s always hard this time year when a strike like that plagues the family… But yes let us have a fresh start enjoy the communion of brotherhood and give these lefty sons of bitches a run for their money…
commented 2016-12-06 08:59:31 -0500
@leviticus 2013…thank you . And let us have a fresh start in the comming new year you and I. The impending death of my younger sister from breast cancer has brought my siblings together and healed rifts between us.
commented 2016-12-06 08:25:40 -0500
@bill Elder….apparently the particular AR-15 she is using is chambered in 300 blackout which is a 30 calibur round 125 grains and in that barrel length will deliver approximately 1500 foot pounds of muzzle energy. It kicks about twice as hard as a .223. Out to 200 yards it would hit about the same as a 30-30.
commented 2016-12-06 02:38:08 -0500
Glenn Craig said..
“I’m looking forward to taking my grand children to the range and teaching them marksmanship. I will be shooting tonight at an indoor range where a young fellow who took his first deer last fall, not much older than her, will be the one to beat for this years small bore prize. He’s got a seven point spread up on me….:-)
And I say…
That is so cool and good for you.!! I hope you and your grandson enjoy many years together indoors and on the outdoor ranges and in the back country hunting for real.
commented 2016-12-06 02:31:42 -0500
Good for her… And that AR style rifle she was shooting suited her just fine… The 223 round is perfectly capable of knocking down deer shot properly.
There is nothing scary about an AR platform, and with a quality rifle it’s perfectly balanced it’s light and you can carry it all day in the bush and suffer very little fatigue..
Multiple shots come quick and easy should a second shot be necessary to dispatch your animal. the light recoil makes it a great choice for beginners.
Shooting is a science and she’s begun her studies very young.
For pure fun and I’m only speaking from experience yet can’t beat an AR platform and back in the day when 30 round clips were standard and legal they were a hell of a coyote rifle… Too bad they wouldn’t let us hunt deer with them here in Alberta.
commented 2016-12-05 22:54:01 -0500
I believe this Texas father is teaching his kids how to react if Obama’s secret refugees start taking over the State.
commented 2016-12-05 22:32:22 -0500
I grew up on a farm and Father had a shot-gun. As children, we put myxomatosis rabbits out of their misery by dropping blocks on the poor things. If this dad is a hunter, he is right to teach his kids proper gun use and safety, but it didn’t “make my day.” I find it a bit hard to watch, though I appreciate kids knowing exactly where their food comes from. Mixed feelings!
commented 2016-12-05 21:53:04 -0500
The AR15 platform and round is ill suited to deer hunting as I know the sport, a .243 is really stretching it for a one shot kill – but I suppose if you’re setting in a blind to ambush a sandwich sized doe at under 100 yds, it will work. Good for Sally’s first deer, just not my idea of hunting.

BTW Who is this delusional NY times pilgrim who smells sulfur from a modern smokeless cartridge – these people best stick indoors, they know crap about red state America.
commented 2016-12-05 17:43:06 -0500
Venison. YUM is right Lloyd. My family has been in what is now Canada since 1653. I’m sure that without venison I, and many others, would not be here today.
commented 2016-12-05 17:26:56 -0500
The progressives will be triggered by this while they are not bothered by a Muslim child in Gaza shooting at a Jew.
commented 2016-12-05 14:43:47 -0500
Soon she will be doing it Halal style. If Trudeau has his way.
commented 2016-12-05 14:38:10 -0500
I remember the first time I shot at an animal. It was a moose and I was 14. I was so excited I was shaking like a leaf. I also anticipated the kick-back of the rifle so I jerked back involuntarily as I shot… and I missed…. from about 30 yards away. It isn’t easy to miss a target as large as a moose from 30 yards away. You might even say it takes a certain kind of skill…. which apparently I had…. already at the age of 14.
commented 2016-12-05 14:20:22 -0500
Venison YUM !
commented 2016-12-05 13:23:26 -0500
Without even seeing the deer I can tell this is real. The way she sights in with both eyes open, only squinting to relieve pupil fatigue and reaquire focus about every 15 seconds and the way she backed off the trigger each time she had to reaquire sight picture. She didn’t flinch and let the gun free recoil on the support. This kid has put a lot of ammo through a gun.

I’m looking forward to taking my grand children to the range and teaching them marksmanship. I will be shooting tonight at an indoor range where a young fellow who took his first deer last fall, not much older than her, will be the one to beat for this years small bore prize. He’s got a seven point spread up on me….:-)