I’ve always wanted to shoot full auto, but I’d rather not have to enlist to do so! Plus, I don’t think they’d take me at this point.
There are places in Las Vegas you can shoot fully automatic and you have your choice of weapons
Someone brought that up in: What do you wish your local shooting range had? - they even have placed where you can blow stuff up!
I think some of us from Wisconsin need to go check it out next winter as a “research trip” Are you in @DBrogue?
There’s a shooting range in Nashville where you can rent full auto.
I believe KYGunco has rentable full autos. Even a Tommy Gun.
The range I go to in Illinois has a large assortment of full auto for rent at select times.
You mean you dont want to go in August? Just kidding, although I have gone there in July and August before (damn relatives want you go come visit at the strangest times).
in Illinois? seriously? I could get there, just need to know where to go @Maximilian
Where is this land of unicorns in Illinois?
seriously… let’s go! I’ll meet you there.
The range I go to is
North Shore Sports Club
28392 N Ballard
Lake Forest, Il
It’s a very nice and relatively new range. Check it out
That’s less than an hour and a half from me…
Around the same for me
Sounds like a road trip coming up. BTW its a indoor range. And i think a USCCA instructor works there.
If they had a belt fed, I’d be willing to take a field trip.
Dad taught me to shoot when was 6, with a pellet gun. Took me hunting with that pellet gun until I was 8. I learned all the rules and does and fonts in that 2 years. Dad upgraded me to a 4-10. Hunted with that and target shot until 10-11. Upgraded me to a 20 ga. Til I was 15 and for Christmas my 16th bday got a 12ga winchester ranger.
Dad took me to the woods with my Daisy Red Ryder BB gun when 5 or 6. Then, he let me shoot his .22 when I was about 8.
@Chris3 welcome to the community! That’s a pretty awesome memory to have. I wish my dad would have… he probably would have if the whole topic of firearms hadn’t made my mom hysterical.
Pretty cool to grow up with that.
Actually learned from the good ole US Army. hoooaaah. It’s an army thing.
Thank you for your service, @Raymond!