Krieghoff Introduces the K-80 Parcours Competition Shotgun

    Krieghoff have announced the introduction of a new 12 gauge competition shotgun based on their K-80. The new K-80 34” Parcours over & under shotgun has a longer barrel and an extended sight plane. The K-80 Parcours is available with either left or right-handed stocks and a choice of engraving patterns or a custom design.

    Here’s Krieghoff’s announcement about the K-80 34″ in full:

    The new Krieghoff K-80 34” Parcours O/U competition shotgun takes aim at the longer target presentations thrown in Sporting Clays and FITASC. Built on the proven K-80 frame, the 34” Parcours features an extended sighting plane for a distinct and accurate sight picture.

    Well-balanced and light-weight, the K-80 34” Parcours facilitates a smoother and more deliberate swing, keeping the shooter online after recoil. Add in Krieghoff’s trademark reliability and the 34” Parcours becomes the top choice for crushing targets.

    “As target presentations in Sporting Clays evolve with greater technical difficulty at greater distances, we at Krieghoff saw the need to put the 34” Parcours in our shooters’ hands”, explains Alex Diehl, COO of Krieghoff International. “The level of expertise and the evolution of shooting techniques among competitors shooting the course today is impressive. Our goal with the 34” Parcours is to help certain shooters that benefit from a longer sighting plane to elevate their game even more”

    The standard K-80 34” Parcours configuration features a true right or left hand stock, attractive scroll engraving and fixed choke barrel (M/IM) with soldered rib. Newly introduced Krieghoff Thin Wall chokes are optional.

    Available in all engraving patterns offered for the K-80 line, or a custom engraving of your choice, the K-80 Parcours 34” O/U shotgun is available for purchase through Authorized Krieghoff Dealers nationwide.

    For more information, visit www.krieghoff.com

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