2 – 2.5 hours roundtrip
All packages are priced per person.
The minimum age to shoot is 10 years of age. Ultimately, it is up to the judgment of the range safety officer. Height, weight, and maturity level are all factors. We reserve the option to find suitable weapons for your child’s abilities. Please call 1800-75-SHOOT for Children between 10-15 with height and weight before booking.
Yes! Please bring government-issued photo identification, such as a passport.
Each purchase is non-refundable. HOWEVER, you may use it as a credit toward a future shoot if you need to cancel. Please cancel ASAP if you have an issue by calling 702.476.9228 (during 8AM-6PM) or 702-354-9070 (6PM-8AM) (i.e. falling ill, missed a flight, etc.). The use of drugs and alcohol before your shoot results in no refunds given. No exceptions.
Shoes suitable for gravel & sunglasses. Shorts are totally acceptable.
No problem! As one of the best gun ranges in Las Vegas, our expert staff are geared toward helping the first time shooter. They will be with you every step of the way.
Yes. It is not included in this package but just let our range officers know and we will add it on to your package.
You’ve heard the slogan, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”. But that’s about to change. You won’t be able to keep your mouth shut about the most explosive outdoor Las Vegas shooting range.
You’ll find yourself out in the morning haze of the Mojave Desert with an assortment of powerful guns at your fingertips. If you’d like, start small with the M4, then make your way up to the M249 SAW and AK-47. As if that wasn’t enough, get ready to take it to the next level with a sniper rifle. Finish off strong with the badass M240 Bravo.
As you adjust your scope and set your sight, you won’t be looking at an ordinary target. With the $499 Outdoor Package, you get four exploding targets. You won’t be alone out there in the desert, either. Wherever you go, you’ll be in the company of a personal safety guide. Our team members are into everything gun-related, so don’t be shy to ask questions.