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Machine Guns and Light Weapons


The Range Fees:

3-5 different guns per group is $400

6-9 different guns per group is $700

10+ different guns per group is $950

Range Fees include range maintenance, safety & operations briefing, range time, and range cadre/safety officer.

Not all firearms are currently listed on the website. Please click the link below to download a full list of everything that we have to offer to our guest.

American Weapons:

Heavy Weapons:

M134 Minigun

M134 Minigun (7.62×51)

$500 for 100 rounds

Firing 3000 rounds per min this weapon allows for maximum destruction and is the ultimate machine gun. First used in the Vietnam war the M134 Minigun continues to serve our country to this day.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1963–present

Rate of fire: 3,000 rounds/min

M2 Machine Gun

M2 Machine Gun (.50 BMG)

$200 per 20 rounds

John Browning’s iconic heavy machine gun was first fielded in 1933 and is still in service with todays US military.  Nicknamed the “Ma Deuce” this battlefield beast was capable direct or indirect fire.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1933–present

Rate of fire: 700 rounds/min

Barrett M82

Barrett M82 (.50BMG)

$10.00 per round

This 50cal. Sniper rifle may be made in America but is currently in active use by more than 30 NATO countries.  Also knows as the “Light Fifty” this Anti-material weapon has taken down enemy targets and personnel at distances well over a mile away.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1984–present

Effective range 1,800 meters

Vietnam Era Flame Thrower

M9 Vietnam Era Flame Thrower

$350 one full tank

$250 for each additional tank


The flame thrower is one of the most feared weapons of war that has ever been wielded by man. The concept of controllable flame in battle was first realize by the Greeks in the 1st Century A.D. However, modern flame throwers were really invented by the Germans and used In the trench warfare of WW1. The U.S. used the flame throwers with more frequency in WW2 and thereafter. The U.S. Retired the flame thrower from its weapon inventory after the Vietnam war. It was actually banned at the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons in Geneva. Our Vietnam era flame thrower has the capability to shoot a flame out to 260 ft. That’s almost as long as a football field. It is a man handheld inferno!

Light Machine Guns:

M1919 Machine Gun

M1919 Machine Gun (7.62×51)

$95 per 20 rounds

This versatile medium machine gun has served not only the infantry, but was also mounted on tanks and aircraft. Even though it first entered service in 1919, this weapon it is still in use today by various third world countries.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1919–present

Rate of fire: 700 rounds/min

M60 E4 Machine Gun

M60 Machine Gun (7.62×51)

$85 per 20 rounds

First fielded in 1957, this belt feed powerhouse is capable of firing 600 rounds per minute. Based on the German MG 42, it was used by every branch of the US military up until its replacement in the late 1970s by the M240. Even so, it continued to see limited service in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Sylvester Stallone made this an iconic weapon in the movie “First Blood as John Rambo”.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1957–present

Rate of fire: 500–650 rounds/min

M249 SAW Machine Gun

M249 SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon) Machine Gun (5.56 Nato)

$75 per 20 rounds

This weapon was developed to fill a void present in the infantry squad to provide a belt fed 5.56 machine gun. First fielded in 1985, and it is still in use today.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1984–present

Rate of fire: 800 rounds/min

Infantry Weapons:

M3 Grease Gun MG

M3 Grease Gun MG (.45 APC)

$60 per 20 rounds

Nicknamed the “the Greese Gun” for its looks this weapon was mass produced by the united states in ww2 and continued to serve officially till 1994.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1943–1992

Rate of fire: 450 rounds/min

M1 Carbine

M1 Carbine (.30 Carbine) Full Auto

$80 per 20 rounds

With over 6.5 million rifles produced this rifle first entered service in 1942 as a standard infantry rifle.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1942–1973

Rate of fire: 750 rounds/min

M1 Grand

M1 Garand (30.06) *Semi

$45 per 8 rounds

First entering service in 1936 this was the first standard-issue semi-automatic US military rifle and was even called “the greatest battle implement ever devised” by General George S. Patton himself.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1936–1959

Rate of fire: 40−50 rounds/min

M4 Carbine MG

M4 Carbine MG (5.56 Nato)

$60 per 20 rounds

Currently the US military’s standard modern day infantry weapon replacing the less popular M16 entering service in 1994. This weapon is currently in use in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Country: USA

Year in Service: 1994–present

Rate of fire: 700–950 round/min

German Weapons:

Heavy weapons:

MG-42 Machine Gun

MG-42 Machine Gun (8mm)

$95 per 20 rounds

The Maschinengewehr 42 also known as the MG 42 had one of the highest average cyclic rates of any single-barreled man-portable machine gun: between 1,200 and 1,500 rpm. This Iconic weapon survived the war to be used to present day as the MG-3.

Country: German

Year in Service: 1942–present as MG3

Rate of fire: 1,200rounds/min

MG-34 Machine Gun

MG-34 Machine Gun (8mm)

$95 per 20 rounds

The resourceful MG 34 was perhaps the most cutting-edge machine gun in the world at the time of its deployment in 1936 & was considered the world’s first general-purpose machine gun. The MG-34 was to expensive and slow to build which lead to changing to the MG-42 in 1942.

Country: German

Year in Service: 1936–1945

Rate of fire: 750–900 rounds/min

Assault Rifles:

German STG-44

German STG-44 (7.9 Kurtz) *Worlds 1st. Assault Rifle

$85 per 20 rounds

This Nazi German weapon from 1944 is credited with being the world’s first assault rifle and with less than 500,000 produced this weapon is a rare piece of history and our collection.

Country: German

Year in Service: 1943–1945

Rate of fire: 550–600 rounds/min

Infantry Weapons:

MP-40 Sub Machine Gun

MP-40 Sub Machine Gun (9mm)

$80 per 20 rounds

This automatic weapon was strongly preferred by Nazi Germanys armed forces over its bolt action counterpart the K98 because of its increased rate of fire and weight.

Country: German

Year in Service: 1938–1945

Rate of fire: 500–550 rounds/min

K98 Bolt Action Rifle

K98 Bolt Action Rifle (8mm M/88)

$35 per 10 rounds

Nazi Germanys standard issue bolts action rifle packed a good punch but was heavy. *our collection k98 is stamped 1937 so why not shoot this piece of history.

Country: German

Year in Service: 1935–1945

Effective range: 500 Meters

Russian Weapons:

Heavy weapons:

PKM Machine Gun

PKM Machine Gun (7.62x54R)

$70 per 20 rounds

This soviet era machine gun has proven itself reliable in most all extreme conditions. With its high rate of fire and heavy round weapon packs quite the punch.

Country: Russian

Year in Service: 1961–present

Rate of fire: 700 – 800 rounds/min

DT Machine Gun

DT Machine Gun (7.62x54R)

$75 per 20 rounds

The “Degtyaryov machine gun” or “DT” for short was the Russian machine gun of world war II. Weather it was mowing down advancing Nazis or retreating Russian forces one things certain, that was it is reliable in the cold weather.

Country: Russian

Year in Service: 1928–1960s

Rate of fire: 550 rounds/min

Light Machine Guns:

PPSH-41 Machine Gun

PPSH-41 Machine Gun (7.62×25)

$75 per 20 rounds

This weapon gave an extreme rate of fire power to the Russian infantry during the push to take back Stalingrad in WWII

Country: Russian

Year in Service: 1941–1960s

Rate of fire: 900 to over 1000 rounds/min

Infantry Weapons:

Mosin-Nagant bolt action

Mosin-Nagant bolt action (7.62x54R)

$35 per 10 rounds

Making its first appearance in 1891 this weapon has seen service through two world wars and can still be found on some modern-day battlefields.

Country: Russian

Year in Service: 1891–present

Effective range: 500 Meters

AK-47 Rifle

AK-47 Rifle (7.62×39)

$70 per 20 rounds

With over 75 million produced this is the most used firearm in the world. You can find this iconic weapon anywhere in the world and in active use. Its extreme durability and reliability make it a favorite among rebels and untrained militias.

Country: Russian

Year in Service: 1949–present

Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min

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