When you think of date night you probably don't think of heading over to a shooting range. On that same note when you are traveling to Las Vegas your thoughts probably don't go straight toward a shooting range either, but that's the joy of it.
There is so much more to Las Vegas to do than just the strip and here is just one example. The Range 702 is the largest Shooting Range and it is just off the strip. It's not only for locals but visitors as well. Don't have a ride from your hotel, don't worry they have a shuttle service to pick you up.
I have to admit, I really didn't know what to expect. Ok, I knew we would be shooting guns but that's about it. When we walked in I was immediately impressed at the cleanliness of the place. Right away we were greeted by staff asking if they could help us. All the staff was very knowledgable and nice. They answered all my questions and I didn't feel weird asking them. It didn't matter if I had shot guns all my life or this was my first time. They were there to help.
They have 4 range areas with 4 lanes in each, so it accommodates 16 shooters. One is designated as the VIP area. :) Three of the ranges are 15 yards long and the last one is 25 yards and used for machine guns as well. Yep, you can shoot those as well at The Range 702.
The Range 702 hosts birthday, bachelor, bachelorette, events and parties. They also have a lounge area so you can enjoy your party's company.
When you head to any range you want to make sure you bring the right stuff and earand eye protection are mandatory. The ranges are not designated for handgun or rifle. If you are shooting multiple guns, you can shoot them in the same lane. I would suggest not only wearingearprotection but ear plugsas well because it can get very loud with the rifles next to you.
If you don't have your own firearm or you're just looking to try out a different one, you can rent a gun there. You also can bring your own ammo or purchase it there. They have a great weekly deals for locals that you can check out right here.
If you are here as a tourist or local and have been drinking etc they have no problem turning you away. They need to keep everyone safe and I appreciate that.