AK47

AK-47

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The AK-47 is one of the oldest assault rifles in the world, created in the mid-1940s and implemented into the Soviet Armed Forces in 1949. Since then, it’s grown to be perhaps the most popularly used assault rifle with at least 75 million units built. Both gun experts and novices recognize this rifle and, as […]

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The AK-47 is one of the oldest assault rifles in the world, created in the mid-1940s and implemented into the Soviet Armed Forces in 1949. Since then, it’s grown to be perhaps the most popularly used assault rifle with at least 75 million units built. Both gun experts and novices recognize this rifle and, as a leading Las Vegas gun range in NV, Machine Guns Vegas lets our clients shoot the AK-47 separately or as a part of our many packages.

MGV can offer you transport to and from your hotel to have a unique Vegas experience on a fire range. When you walk into our facility, you’ll be assisted by our MGV Gun Girls. They’ll make sure you safely handle all firearms, no matter your experience level. We want to make sure you’re comfortable and educated at all times when you’re inside the MGV Las Vegas gun range in NV.

Sometimes called the Kalashnikov or AK, for short, this assault rifle is well known in pop culture. Customers might know the AK-47 and its variants from movies like Lord of War and Goldeneye and many popular video games in the Call of Duty and Tomb Raider series, among many others.

This rifle also has a very long history with political, revolutionary, and terrorist movements. It started as a pivotal part of the Soviet Army following World War II. Because of the AK-47‘s durability and relatively low production costs, the rifle quickly spread around the world, often on the black market or as an arms deal. That makes this an especially good choice for political or history buffs. See what it can do when you come down to Machine Guns Vegas.

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