What are some good places to shoot some guns? At first i was thinking 'murica cause you guys apparently shoot each other all day. But when i look up places like http://www.battlefieldvegas.com/ that shit is all expensive as fuck. As long as its reasonably safe and i can just shoot some shit without any license etc. im fine. Any good reviews? Doesnt really matter where in the world.
I know you can do it in Estonia. You're best off couchsurfing in America and asking your host to take you to a shooting range. That way you can use his guns (which would be better quality than renting usually) and just buy bullets/load the clips yourself.
I shot my first gun in Kansas a couple of weeks ago and I'm still thinking about it
woah thats not a bad idea. If i can crash at some gun enthousiast i suppose he'd be more than happy to show a eurofag the good things about guns. What states are notorious for gun enthousiasts?
Local gun ranges are almost all cheaper than what you looked up. The one where I go charges $20 to use a lane (unlimited time) and $2 per big paper target. If you don't bring your own guns then the packages for using their guns start at $50 for gun + 50 rounds of ammunition. There are more expensive packages with different guns and different amounts of ammo, ranging from revolvers to two clips on an automatic rifle.
And one of the guys working there (all veterans) would be on hand to instruct you the entire time should you wish it.
Location is north Texas.
Adding to this because apparently I've never bothered looking at all their prices due to bringing my own stuff.
Renting a single range gun and ammo for your time there runs from $8 for a handgun up to $30 for a Thompson submachine gun. You can absolutely buy more ammo while there because ammo sales are how they make a lot of their money.
You don't need a license while you're there. They pride themselves on being a good introduction for people who have never shot before. All you have to do is show up, be 21 years old (or have someone 21 and older with you), and fill out some liability forms to acknowledge that you know guns are dangerous and therefore won't be a dumbass while handling them.
Texas. Nevada is good. There's a ton of guns in California, but you WILL have to do a lot of research to find someone willing to help.
The South is absolute shit, but you will find plenty of guns there.
I really can't stress Texas enough.