Try modern weapons: Indoor shooting range!


Object shooting club sits between Moscow’s outer ring road and an impressive soviet era power station. It’s an atmospheric setting and the concrete and glass bunker shouts Q Branch, Russian style. Through the doors and the similarities continue, staff in sharp uniforms, hidden cameras, active and passive security, there is the steely professionalism you would expect at one of the world’s elite premier shooting venues. Steven Segal shot here and the stories of close protection officer training and special forces operatives using the facilities are completely plausible.

The ranges fan out from the centre of the club, are well lit, spotlessly clean, very secure and have plenty of space for spectators. The guns are excellently presented and maintained. Sound absorbing materials reduce noise levels effectively. Supervision is excellent as is the tuition.

Session lasts about an hour and a half and you will get to grips with the CZ, Glock and Viking semi- automatic pistols but the highlights were the Tactical assault weapon Roni (with red dot sights) and the mighty Desert Eagle.

No previous experience is necessary, if you have an ear for instruction, a mind for safety and perhaps a slightly competitive nature we highly recommend a visit. If on the other hand you are already an accomplished shooter, then a visit is a must.




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