World War II Shooting
- English-speaking guide
- Public return transfers
- Safety instruction and equipment
- Shoot an AK47, pistol and rifle
- Shots 50 each
Spice up your stag do in the Moravian gem of Brno, with this World War II Shooting package. If you like your vintage weaponry, you’ll love this opportunity to get up close and personal with some of these classic guns – firing a whopping 50 bullets in total.
World War II, dating from 1st September 1939 to 2nd September 1945, saw rapid technological innovation in response to the needs of various combatants, meaning tonnes of epic new guns were developed and put into use in this time – some of which are still used to this day.
You’ll be firing AK-47 gas-operated 7.62×39 mm assault rifles, also known as Kalashnikovs, which fire the 7.62×39mm cartridge with a muzzle velocity of 715 m/s – so certainly not to be messed with. The Tokarev pistols you’ll be shooting were developed in the 1930s, and are super powerful semi-automatic weapons, regularly used by the Soviet military as service pistols. And, lastly, the Spagin assault rifle submachine guns you’ll be getting to grips with, have the highest reloadable magazine size, and boast a super quick rate of fire.