Machine Gun Tourism in Las Vegas

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been there shot some awesome guns, would go back, but only after winning some more dough at the tables. as i recall, it was very expensive.
 

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just join the USMC Reserves, Ted...you get to shoot 249's and 240B's once or twice a year. Probably have to shave that crumb catcher though, or they might think you're in the army.

all you have to do is scrub shitters and swab decks endlessly while you're waiting your turn to shoot. oh, and then there's basic.

shit...

i should have just gone to Vegas...oorah!
 

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Two years ago I was in Vegas and went there. Kinda pricy, but novel. If it was a bit cheaper it would be better. There was a bit of a line. But not bad. It was over Thanksgiving though.

I did an MP5 and a 9mm M4.
 

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Pemi Gun club has had some Machine gun shoots in the past. I shot a converted Glock 17, MP-5, and an Uzi there.

Cost: $50 for the Glock, $25 for each of the other two. I think there was a $20-25 entrance fee too.

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[looser] I've got a fully automatic Airsoft rifle, that the closest I been, and yes even that is wicked fun [/looser]
 

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Much more cost effective to stock up on ammo and attend the NES shoots at Monadnock. I don't know how many rounds have been put thru member's full auto stuff, but I've never heard of a "rental" charge. Jack.
 
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