Jennifer Blake

October 12, 2017  |  SPONSORED ATHLETES
Jennifer Blake

Jennifer Blake has been around firearms and hunting since a child. Her dad and grandmother, both avid outdoor lovers started her young and she has been involved ever since. She is the owner and operator of Ohio Shooting Academy, and she is a proud life member of the NRA as well as an NRA Training Counselor, where she holds firearms qualifications in NRA Basic Pistol, NRA Basic Rifle, Personal Protection Inside the Home, Personal Protection Outside the Home, NRA Refuse to Be a Victim, and NRA Chief Range Safety Officer. She is also dedicated to growing the number of women who participate in shooting sports and personal protection by offering them training. She is a conceal carry instructor in Ohio.

Jennifer is far from where she ever thought she would be with her degree in personal training. However she does bring fitness into the shooting world and still trains personally and other people. She showed up to her first 3-Gun match in November, 2014, with just a pistol, borrowed the rest of the firearms and gear she needed and was hooked. She now competes in 3-Gun for the HK Shooting Team as well as several other sponsors and the more physical the match the better! She has been fortunate to train and shoot with the best shooters and competitors in the industry. Jennifer loves to bring a womans perspective to training. She is excited about new opportunities in the industry and looks forward to the future!.


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