Have you ever seen a trained shooter hit a target thousands of yards in the distance? Shooters often make these impressive shots with a sniper rifle. By following these simple shooting tips, you can improve your sniper shot inside our Las Vegas indoor gun range.

Sniper Rifle Shooting at an Indoor Shooting Range in Las Vegas

Watch, Observe, and Collect Information

One of the most important rules military snipers live by is never to waste a single shot. People often assume this means hitting your mark on every shot, and this is, of course, the ideal situation. However, much like anything else in life, you can learn a lot when you miss your mark too.

Observe your shots every time you squeeze the trigger and take note of how your firearm performs under the current conditions. See where your shot landed, and for your next shot, make adjustments accordingly.

Squeeze Between Breaths

When it comes to the art of precision shooting, something as simple as your breath can have a dramatic effect on how your shot reacts. Take slow, deep breaths and take note of the time spent between breaths. Most people have a solid one to three-second window between breaths. You want to shoot during this window.

Proper Recoil

Depending on the caliber of rounds you’re working with, your sniper rifle will kick in different ways. The recoil of the gun should go straight back into you, and the scope should ideally land back in place. When you get your recoil going like this, you know you’re doing something right.

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Precision and accuracy are two of the most common incorrectly used terms in all of shooting. For most people, accuracy and precision are a pair of terms that refer to the same thing, but these people would be sadly mistaken. While they are quite similar, precision and accuracy, when used in a Las Vegas gun range, refer to two different things.

Precision vs. Accuracy

Precision: How Well Can Your Gun Shoot?

When it comes to shooting at a Las Vegas indoor gun range, the term precision refers specifically to how consistently a firearm can shoot multiple rounds within the same target area. Your own skill as a shooter plays a role here, but precision is based on the firearm’s mechanical ability to function properly and on a consistent basis. If you’re aiming properly, but the gun is malfunctioning, this is more about the firearm’s precision, not the shooter’s accuracy.

Accuracy: How Well Can You Shoot?

In contrast to precision, the term accuracy, when used at an indoor or outdoor Las Vegas gun range refers more to the shooter’s ability than the gun’s own mechanical capabilities. This means that shooting accurately is dependent purely on a shooter’s ability to control their firearm and hit their mark. To better improve your own shooting accuracy, practice hitting the same mark consistently, regardless of whether you’re hitting the bullseye or not.

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A trip to an indoor Las Vegas gun range is the perfect addition to any Vegas vacation. A stop at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience provides you the opportunity to shoot fully automatic weapons including popular assault rifles like the M4 and AK-47.

For most people, this opportunity will be the first they’ve had to shoot these assault rifles. Some may have experience with handguns and pistols and some may not have any experience with firearms at all. Luckily enough, our experienced instructors will be there to help you along every step of the way. If you want a bit of a head start though, here are a few tips for shooting an assault rifle at a Vegas gun range.

Shooting an Assault Rifle at our Vegas Gun Range

Grasp onto the Rifle

The first thing you need to do once you’ve stepped inside and are ready to shoot at our indoor gun range is know how to properly grip the rifle. An assault rifle grip can often times be similar to a handgun’s grip. The most important thing to remember to place your index finger over the trigger but not to touch the trigger until you’re ready to fire.  

Picking up the Rifle

Now that you have a feel for the grip, pick up the rifle and with your other hand grasp the barrel to keep it steady. When you pull the trigger, you’ll feel quite a bit of kick and recoil from the rifle so you’ll want to prop it up against your body. Place the butt end of the rifle to the front of your shoulder. You want the rifle to sit between your chest muscle and the ball of your shoulder for the best results.

Aiming the Rifle

All that’s left to do is for you to take aim and fire. Tilt your head down so that whichever one of your eyes is closest to the gun is now looking straight down the top of the barrel. Your cheek should also be in firmly in contact with the side of the gun stock. Focus on the front sight and squeeze the trigger.

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When it comes to iconic firearms, few can rival the worldwide recognition of the AK-47 assault rifle. Originally developed by the old Soviet Union in the waning years of the Second World War, the AK-47’s history would go on to become one of the most widespread guns used throughout the world. Given its reliability and relatively low cost, the AK-47’s popularity at our Las Vegas gun range should come as no surprise.

Firearms Spotlight: AK-47 Assault Rifle

We feel that Samuel L. Jackson said it best in Quentin Tarantino’s 1997 feature, Jackie Brown when he exclaimed, “AK-47, the very best there is.” This is hardly false-placed excitement, as the AK-47 has proved over the last 70 years that it deserves every bit of those sentiments. Given its legendary reputation, there was absolutely, positively no way we were going to leave this amazing assault rifle out of our indoor Las Vegas gun range.

As we’ve already stated, in addition to its widespread use internationally, the AK-47 is also one of the biggest celebrity firearms in the world. You’ve definitely seen it’s unmistakeable wooden finish in countless films such as The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Rescue Dawn (2007), We Were Soldiers (2002), Operation Condor (1991) and really this list could go on for a while. On top of all that, there isn’t a self-respecting first-person shooter video game around that won’t include the AK-47 or one of its variants.

Next time you come to Vegas, beat the heat and stay away from those Las Vegas outdoor gun ranges and fire an AK-47 at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. Our Clark County gun range is the perfect place for you to try out some of the best firearms in the world including the AK-47, M4, MP5 and much more. Whether you’re coming to our Las Vegas gun range for a bachelor party or just to kick off your vacation right, schedule a shooting package and experience the excitement at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience.

Have you ever wondered what the difference between a machine gun and an assault rifle is? Many people use the terms interchangeably, but this isn’t necessarily correct—from a technical standpoint. Assault rifles and machine guns are inherently different in terms of design and the type of ammunition used but are equally fun at our Vegas gun range.

Experience the Machine Guns

The term “machine gun” is sometimes used to describe any type of automatic weapon. A true machine gun, however, is a bullet hose that specializes in expelling large quantities of rounds downrange in an exceptionally short amount of time.

The main dividing factor that separates machines guns from automatic rifles lies in the ammunition and purpose for the firearms. While a machine gun and assault rifle can share the same type of ammunition, a machine gun is often belt-fed as opposed to magazine-fed. Additionally, a machine gun is most often used to control and shoot into a designated area, not a specific target.

Experience the Assault Rifles

Assault rifles are often mistaken for machine guns due to their ability to fire off rounds down our Las Vegas gun range quickly. Unlike machine guns, however, many assault rifles sport a selective-fire feature that allows for bursts of a few rounds at a time.

From a design standpoint, assault rifles do not utilize a belt-fed ammunition and opt for traditional rifle magazines instead. Also, assault rifles act as a contrast of sorts to a machine gun, placing more value on accuracy and the ability to isolate a single target as opposed to the machine gun’s ability to spray through a designated area.

Fortunately for you, there isn’t a decision between one or the other that needs to be made here at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. We’ve got a great selection of assault rifles and machine guns waiting for you to try out. Whether it’s for your Las Vegas gun range bachelor or just a fun day out at a Clark County gun range, we know you’ll love your time at our indoor shooting range.

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So you and your buddies have decided that a trip to Vegas is the perfect way to celebrate. Whatever the reason, you’ll want to make a visit to our Vegas gun range a priority on your list of “Things to do in Vegas” itinerary. The thing is, you’re a little competitive, and if you all head down to a gun range, you’re going to want to be the best. Luckily enough, if you follow this simple technique, you’ll show up all your friends when you arrive at our Vegas gun range.  

Breathing Techniques for Pistol Shooting

For many first time shooters, and even some experienced shooters, shooting a firearm comes down to eyeing your target in your sight picture and squeezing the trigger. While this is true in a general sense, there is much more to the process when it comes to shooting a handgun accurately. The quickest way to improve your handgun accuracy is with proper breathing technique.

You may be wondering what your breathing has to do with the accuracy of your shot, but they are much more connected than you might be aware of.

  • Never shoot while holding your breath.
  • Don’t shoot during an inhale or exhale.
  • DO shoot on a half breath.

It’s important to remember that your body needs oxygen to shoot accurately. This is why you never want to hold your breath to shoot. Maintain a steady pace with your breathing and try and shoot during a natural pause. Most people will pause for a couple of seconds between an inhale and exhale. These moments are the opportune time to squeeze down on your trigger. We recommend breathing in, letting some air out, and then shooting with some air still comfortably in your lungs.

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Most of us have a bucket list of things we have to do at some point in our lives. This could consist of places to go and foods to eat, but for a lot of us, it also includes different types of firearms that we’d love to shoot. Luckily for you, we’ve got a great selection of different guns from all over the world waiting for you here at our Las Vegas gun range.

Shoot through Your Bucket List at our Las Vegas Gun Range

Desert Eagledesert-eagle-handgun

Practical? No. Convenient? Certainly not. Fun? Absolutely. That’s the best way we could describe what it’s like to handle a Desert Eagle. If you’ve played a video game at some point in the last couple of decades, you’ll no doubt recognize this phenomenal hand cannon. You’ll love the power that this pistol packs, and you’ll be glad you stopped by our gun range in Clark County.  


The AK-47 is the gun equivalent of a Hollywood superstar. Instantly recognizable and awe-inspiring, the AK-47 is an assault rifle you’ll fall in love with the second you pick it up and aim it downrange. The moment you squeeze the trigger is one you won’t soon forget.   

Browning M1919

What’s the best way to kick off your Las Vegas gun range bachelor party? Taking your turn on the belt-fed Browning M1919 machine gun, that’s what. We firmly believe that shooting a belt-fed machine gun is an experience that everyone should partake in at some point in their lives, so why not today?

Don’t bother with those Las Vegas outdoor gun range, beat the heat, step inside and experience the wonders that await you at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. Book a gun range package and make one of these bucket list firearms a reality for your next trip to Sin City.

With the dog days of summer now past us, the cooler months of fall loom just a few weeks away. Still, what better way to cap off your summer than with a trip to a Las Vegas gun range like the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. A trip to an indoor Las Vegas gun range is a great way to celebrate the end of another successful summer whether you’re an avid shooter or not.

End Your Summer with a Visit to Our Las Vegas Gun Range

For many people, a trip to Sin City is the perfect way to put an exclamation point on their summer experience. They’re looking to go out, socialize, have fun, and blow off some steam before summer ends, and they return to their normal lives. Luckily enough, you can do all of these things with a single visit to the Vegas Machine Gun Experience.

Let’s Socialize

You might not immediately think of a gun range as the best place to socialize, but it’s a fun activity that most people can enjoy together. The best part about our range is that you won’t be outside in the summer heat of a Las Vegas outdoor gun range, but nice and cool indoors. Head out, shoot some guns, and share some great memories with all your friends.

Relieve Stress

Few activities offer the kind of visceral stress relief that a trip to a Las Vegas gun range can provide. The power, the sound, and the entire experience of shooting a powerful machine gun like a Browning M1919 or the M249 SAW is one that you need to experience the next time you visit a Clark County gun range.

If you’re planning one more trip to Las Vegas before the end of summer, do yourself a favor and make sure you stop by the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. It’s the perfect way to end your summer and the kind of unforgettable experience you’re looking for. So what are you waiting for? Schedule a shooting package and send the summer of 2016 out with a bang.

Las Vegas is a tourist destination for millions of people from a variety of walks of life. One of the fastest growing tourist attractions in Las Vegas is a trip to an indoor shooting range like the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. With so many people with varying levels of experience with firearms attending our indoor shooting ranges, it’s important that beginners familiarize themselves with the proper etiquette.

Beginner’s Tips for Indoor Shooting Ranges

Situation Awareness

This is by far the most important aspect of your trip to any indoor shooting range. Being aware of where you are and what you are doing is just as important for your safety as well as those around you. Remember to always practice basic firearms safety:

  • Always consider a firearm loaded and act accordingly
  • Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot
  • Only point the firearm in the direction of a target and keep it holstered everywhere else
  • Always know your target and what’s behind it

Bring an Experienced Friend

This is great advice for a few reasons. If you have a friend who has experience with indoor shooting ranges, you can be sure to get some helpful tips first-hand before you even arrive. Aside from the helpful tips you’ll get, your trip to an indoor shooting range will be a lot more fun with some company.


Your first trip to an indoor shooting range can be an exciting one, but it’s important that you remember to relax. This is key for your enjoyment of the experience as well as your safety. You’ll find a friendly staff at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience who are eager to help you with any questions you may have so don’t be afraid to ask for help.

If you’re ready to take your first trip to the best indoor shooting range in Las Vegas, then get in touch with our team at the Vegas Machine Gun Experience. We have the best selection of great firearms at any Las Vegas gun range and we know we can show you a good time. Schedule one of our shooting packages for your next trip to Las Vegas.


Year after year, millions of visitors from around the world descend upon a single city in the vast Southern Nevada desert in search of fortune, entertainment, and exhilarating experiences. Whether you’re looking to party in the hottest nightclubs in the world, eat at the finest restaurants, or strike it rich in the Gambling Capital of the World, you’re sure to find it here. One of the most popular attractions to hit Sin City in the last few decades is the indoor Vegas gun range. Here are a few things to look for when you start seeking out the best Vegas gun range experience in town.

What to Look for In Your Vegas Gun Range Experience


When you book your Las Vegas vacation, the last thing you want to do is worry about driving all over town to get where you’re going. You’ll want to be sure that the Vegas gun range you’re looking at is somewhere close to the Las Vegas Strip and your hotel. What’s better than a convenient location? A Vegas gun range that will send a complimentary shuttle to pick you up and drop you off wherever you need to be.


Aside from a convenient location, the next most important factor to look at in your Vegas gun range experience is a wide selection of firearms to choose from. At the Vegas Machine Gun Experience, you’ll find carefully crafted packages of firearms for a fun, more immersive Vegas gun range experience.

If this sounds like your idea of a good time, be sure to check out the Vegas Machine Gun Experience on your next trip to Sin City. We have the best selection of great firearms at any Las Vegas gun range and we know we can show you a good time. For more information about our shooting packages, complimentary shuttle service, or anything else that you may be concerned about, feel free to give us a call at (702) 285-9700.