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Old 02-16-2013, 05:56 PM   #21
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PPhhhhhttt! PEANUTS!

Don't they sell guns, too? If so, they got anything good? Been there really recently? I have money burning a hole in my pocket, but nothing to spend it on.
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PPhhhhhttt! PEANUTS!

Don't they sell guns, too? If so, they got anything good? Been there really recently? I have money burning a hole in my pocket, but nothing to spend it on.
Last time I was there was the day after Christmas, so by now their stock may be very low.
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Lucky you garadex good luck finding somewhere sounds like a blast
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About how expensive?
It's required that you buy their ammo to use. If cost is a big concern then I'd recommend you rent, if available, an Americam 180 since it's a .22 full auto that's also fun to shoot. My friend belongs to their club and shoots his own 9mm in his Uzi and MP40. Shooting full auto is a very expensive hobby and no one ever said it was cheap. But it's a real kick.
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Thanks everyone I think i'll be on the lookout for different places.
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Lucky you garadex good luck finding somewhere sounds like a blast
It'll definitely be memorable, and I have to wait till june sadly.
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The range I go to is called Discout Firearms and offers machine gun packages. Most of them are a quick way to blow $100 bucks. The plus side is it is just down th street from the Rhino so you can hit that after.
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The coolest one I think would be battlefield Las Vegas. I believe you can get on military trucks and shoot big machine guns off the back. I think it is more expensive then normal machine gun options though.
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The coolest one I think would be battlefield Las Vegas. I believe you can get on military trucks and shoot big machine guns off the back. I think it is more expensive then normal machine gun options though.
Hard-on heaven!! What would make you think it's more expensive? LOL
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Discount Firearms is a great place to go, friendly staff and they don't have the extremely long lines that the Gun Store usually has. http://www.discountfirearmsusa.com/

Or you can check this place out: http://gunsandammogarage.com/ they have a couple decent packages, one of the best is the dig and destroy: http://www.digthisvegas.com/book-a-dig-and-destroy-package It's expensive, but where else would you be able to use construction equipment and shoot full auto in the same day?
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OK, Dig and Destroy??!! I have been to Vegas twice. I did not know about all these places. Right now I want to get on a plane so bad............
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