FNH USA, LLC is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Peacemaker National Training Center (PNTC), one of the largest competitive shooting facilities in the U.S., to support enhancements to their main shooting complex, Liberty Range, and a separate 250-acre area used for 3-gun competition. Among the enhancements include the construction of brand-new 30-foot tall tower.
West Virginia’s Peacemaker strikes deal wtih FNH USA, receives range assistance “FNH USA has worked with PNTC since it opened in 2011,” said Ken Pfau, FNH USA Senior Vice President of Commercial Sales. “The complex has 16 state-of-the-art ranges in a scenic setting just an hour’s drive from the Washington metropolitan area, making it an ideal place for FNH USA to host range events and competitions. This partnership really makes sense for us and we are pleased to help ensure sports shooting enthusiasts have the best facilities possible to learn and hone their skills.”
In addition to supporting range enhancements, PNTC members and visitors will also soon have the opportunity to “test drive” and purchase FN firearms onsite. “FNH USA puts significant resources toward the development of innovative and high-quality firearms that meet the unique and specific requirements sports shooters are looking for,” said Pfau. “We are excited to offer our customers, particularly 3-gun competitors, the opportunity to test our products in such a world-class environment.”
“We are proud to formalize our partnership with FNH USA and look forward to working with them on all of the exciting things we have planned for PNTC this year,” said PNTC President Cole McCulloch. “FNH USA represents the best of the best in the sports shooting world. This partnership means a lot not only for PNTC, but for all sports shooting enthusiasts looking for the most state-of-the-art training facility.”
For more information on FNH USA and its products, please visit www.fnhusa.com. To read more aboutPeacemaker National Training Center, please visit www.peacemakernational.com.
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