Kahles 2Gun Series returns to Peacemaker National Training Center
Kahles 2Gun Series returns to Peacemaker National Training Center

CRANSTON, R.I.-(Ammoland.com)- “Kahles is proud to partner with Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, WV, as the returning Title Sponsor for the ‘Kahles 2Gun Series.'” – Dean Capuano, Director of Communications, Swarovski Optik North America

Kahles 2Gun Series Overview

The Kahles 2Gun series is a five-match series, designed to be a challenging and affordable set of “one-day” club level matches with up to six stages. Different than 3Gun, the Kahles 2Gun matches require competitors to use slings, utilize close quarters skills and emphasize transition skills between rifle and handgun. Courses of fire are conducted on square ranges, in natural terrain, and on longer distance ranges, with targets in some cases appearing at 300, 400 and out to 500 yards.

Courses of fire are conducted on square ranges, in natural terrain, and on longer distance ranges, with targets in some cases appearing at 300, 400 and out to 500 yards.
Courses of fire are conducted on square ranges, in natural terrain, and on longer distance ranges, with targets in some cases appearing at 300, 400 and out to 500 yards.

Also, new for 2019 and in order to better accommodate the schedules of busy competitors, each match can be shot on either Saturday or Sunday of a given match week, provided space is available (sign up as soon as the matches go live in Practiscore — match links are provided below).

Competitor’s points will be tracked throughout the series. Competitors will also compete over the course of the series for Kahles optics and other prizes.

Competitors will also compete over the course of the series for Kahles firearms and other prizes.
Competitors will also compete over the course of the series for Kahles optics and other prizes.

“The Kahles 2Gun Series is by far one of the most popular match series at Peacemaker. It is always full to capacity with an extensive waitlist. Our version of 2Gun, in conjunction with Kahles, is very different than a typical

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