Indoors or Out
First, outdoor shooting is far better than shooting at an indoor range. Outdoor shooting allows you shoot a variety of targets and even exploding targets as opposed to an indoor range where you can shoot a paper target at only 25 yards. But weather can be a factor with outdoor ranges. Too hot, too cold, rain, and wind can ruin your outdoor shooting experience. Shoot Las Vegas gives you the best of both worlds. The comfort of shooting from their enclosed climate-controlled firing lines combined with the excitement of shooting outdoors. Also, due to the nature of shooting outdoors, outdoor shooting ranges are anywhere from Shoot Las Vegas at only 40 minutes to one that is a 90 minute drive all the way in Arizona. When choosing an outdoor range, ask how far away they are so you don’t spend all of your time driving to Arizona. Indoor ranges are a good choice if you are pressed for time and can’t dedicate about 4 hours of your day to this activity or only want to shoot 1 gun.
Choose Your Weapon
Not all gun selections are equal. Be sure to check the quantity and variety of guns offered. Shooting ranges in Las Vegas have anywhere from 25 guns to 125 different guns offered in their arsenals, with most having 30 to 40 to choose from. Check out the variety offered by the ranges. Is there a wide range of guns or mostly just machine guns? If you are a Military buff and want to choose from classic Military guns, the best choice in town has a military memorabilia and picks you up in a Humvee, although they are still an indoor range. Shoot Las Vegas offers more than 80 guns to choose from and they are all tied in with movies to help you make your selections. Another key thing to look for is “packages”. Most ranges in Las Vegas have grouped their guns into packages and you have to shoot only those guns in that package. Even if you have one of the package guns at home, you have to shoot that if it’s in the package. Shoot Las Vegas offers packages that are 3-Gun, 6-Gun, 9-Gun all the way to 21-gun which means you just tell their staff how many you want to shoot and then YOU choose which guns YOU want to shoot from the 80 on hand. Another thing to check is how many rounds do you get? Many ranges in Las Vegas offer only 20 to 25 rounds in most of their full-autos. Shoot Las Vegas offers 30 rounds in most of their full autos.