When you need to put down a T-Rex, this is the gun to use. This belt-fed military dynamo will have you leaving the range feeling like Rambo. The M249 SAW is a light machine gun produced by FN Manufacturing LLC in South Carolina. It features heavily in many units across the US Armed Forces.
This modular rifle first saw service in 2009 when SOCOM, fielded it with the 75 Ranger Regiment. It did not let them down. The FN SCAR (Special operations forces Combat Assault Rifle) is a rifle developed by Belgian arms manufacturer FN Herstal for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM). Caliber – 5.56mm
Ruchnoy Pulemyot Degtyaryova, say that 5 times fast. This is one of the Soviet Block’s troop level sweeper. The RPD Machine gun is a Soviet powerhouse that dates all the way back to 1945. Paving the way for today’s modern Squad Automatic Weapons, the RPD could be considered the Grand Daddy of light machine guns!
The FN P90 is a compact, yet powerful weapon. Often employed by vehicle crews, counter-terrorist units, special forces, and any other organization needing maximum firepower in a small package! Book your FN P90 today at our shooting range in Las Vegas, Nevada. You won’t regret it!
Small and sexy this compact gun is used by almost all of the elite forces around the world. The MP5 is possibly one of the most distinctive weapons available today. This German, automatic gun has featured in countless movies and TV shows, and has a deserved reputation!
Let the gangster in you come alive. The iconic gun of the Mafia ready for you every day. The Thompson Machine Gun has gone by many names during its storied history, ‘the Chicago typewriter’, ‘Tommy Gun’, and many more! It is a submachine gun, made famous, or infamous by Hollywood.
The HK33 was a rifle developed in the late 1960s and manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is an assault rifle that fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round, which is also used by several other rifles, including the M4A1 Carbine, M16A2/M4, FN F2000, and SCAR-H CQC.
The Uzi submachine gun’s compact size and light weight should not be confused with a lack of firepower. This weapon can fire at a rate of 600 rounds per minute! It features a blowback, open-bolt design and is favored by military personnel for its ease of use, allowing the user to discharge multiple rounds in a short amount of time. These features result in intense firepower (and considerable recoil) as the Uzi is a military-grade weapon.
The Heckler & Koch 53 (HK 53) submachine gun is essentially a compact version of the HK 33 machine gun, allowing for versatility and maneuverability that many gun enthusiasts appreciate. It has been used by the British Royal Marines, the British SAS, United States law enforcement, and military branches worldwide—and continues to be a service weapon used today.
The H&K MP5 is a bolt-action submachine gun developed by German engineers in the 1960s. It is a popular firearm widely used by several active military branches, law enforcement, and special unit organizations around the world, including the U.S. Navy, Secret Service, and SWAT.
The MG42 is a WWII era weapon that fired 1,200-1,500 rounds per minute making it a powerhouse on the battlefield. This firearm took just 75 hours to build versus its predecessor which required 125 and many are still in use today. Experience the rush of shooting this powerful machine gun as you unleash 50 rounds at The Range 702.