From The Kittanning Paper:
Local Trap Shooter Certified as Gun Trainer
Jack Bennett has been around firearms since he was 12-years-old.
From serving in the armed forces to hunting at a local gun club, he has seen his share of action and excitement.
Unfortunately, he has also seen and heard about disaster, which makes Bennett want to do whatever he can do help innocent victims.
Bennett is taking classes to finalize his goal and teach individuals to protect themselves.
“My primary goal is to instruct women in self-defense,” Bennett said.
Bennett, 67, is currently awaiting to be enrolled in his last course, ‘Refuse To Be A Victim®,’ to be able to instruct women in self-defense situations. By reading about many victims over the years, Bennett said he wants the public to be ready.
“I’ve played that scenario in my mind and asked myself ‘What would I do in that situation?’ and I guess you never know until it happens. I have been trained for that situation, I practice for it…I hope it never comes about, but hoping does not prepare you should it occur.”
He has already successfully completed six National Rifle Association training and safety courses which lasted between a single day and a week at the Pony Farm Trap and Gun Club in Kittanning.
Read the entire article on The Kittanning Paper website.