Get The Ultimate Thrill Ride In Las Vegas At Gunship Helicopters
Shoot a fully automatic machine gun flying in a helicopter. We are the ONLY place in Vegas where you can shoot from a Helicopter. Book now and get the adrenaline rush of a lifetime.
“Experience a Pure Adrenaline Rush”
Once you arrive at our exclusive out door air-born gun range just outside of Las Vegas, you will enjoy ground simulations and pre-flight mission before boarding an A-Star 350 B2.
You’ll fly in an open-door helicopter over 71-acre private shooting range in the Mojave Desert. After taking your seat behind the mounted belt-fed M249 Saw, you’ll be shooting at dozens of AR-500 reactionary steel targets, airplanes, and zombies scattered throughout the shooting range..
The Ride • The Range • The Gun
Gunship is the only gun range With the Barrett 50 cal & targets 800 plus yards
Once you arrive at our Gun Range outside of Las Vegas, you will enjoy ground simulations and pre-flight before boarding an A-Star 350 B2.
You’ll fly in the open-door helicopter over 71-acre private shooting range in the Mojave Desert. After taking your seat behind the mounted belt-fed M249 Saw, your dedicated range safety officers will help you shoot at dozens of AR-500 reactionary steel targets, wrecked airplanes, zombies, and couches scattered throughout the shooting range.
The Gunship Helicopter outdoor shooting range spans 71-acres through the driest desert in North America. Throughout the range, you’ll come upon AR500 reactionary steel targets, zombies, airplanes and couches of several different configurations, challenging your reflexes and shooting accuracy.
Grab your rifle and take aim! More ammo is always available.
M249 Saw light machine guns have seen action in every major conflict involving the United States since the U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989. The Saw has an effective range of 700m and a maximum range of 3600m. The M249 provides accuracy approaching that of a rifle, combined with the sustained volume of fire of a machine gun.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have never shot before, may I still shoot?
I live outside the USA, may I still shoot?
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