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Machine Gun America shooting attraction to open in Kissimmee

by Banks Lee

A unique attraction is getting ready to open its doors in the Orlando area. Machine Gun America offers guests a way to experience firearms in a safe, secure, state-of-the-art environment.

Machine Gun America also offers high-level premier military grade training simulators that entertain up to four guests at a time, plus full immersion gaming experiences with surround sound.

Slated to open its doors to the public next Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, Machine Gun America’s first location will be in Kissimmee on Highway 192 near Old Town and will offer several high-tech activities. Machine Gun America is not a gun range, and guests cannot bring their own firearms, it is an attraction experience only. Guests must be 13 years of age or older and no alcohol will be sold, served or permitted on the premises.

“There will be 10 live experience range lanes, each manned by a highly trained and qualified Range Safety Officer,” said Wes Doss, nationally recognized firearm trainer and now Machine Gun America’s safety and training director. “This is unlike any other experience in the country. The live shooting experiences will include themed packages featuring some of the most famous firearms from around the world,” he added.

Themes include: Special Ops Red White & Blue, 007, Western Shootout, The Walking Dread, Big Screen Legends plus many more. The simulators will have more than 20 different scenarios to select.

For more information visit machinegunamerica.com.

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1 comment

Don December 15, 2014 - 3:51 pm

I know having firearms in the home is completely normal in the US as are deaths by children who find guns at home and highschool killings.
I know all the cons and pros but I have a hard time seeing using a device that is build to kill groups of humans as entertainment. I think orlando attraction magazine is walking a very fine line repoting on this kind of “entertainment”.

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