World War II Shooting
- English-speaking guide
- Private return transfers
- Safety instruction and equipment
- Shoot a machine gun, pistol & rifle
- Shots 28 each
Get ready to play toy soldiers on your action-packed Warsaw weekend. This epic shooting activity involves some intense fire powers, with 28 shots each over three different WWII era weapons.
An instructor will teach you all you need to know about the arsenal – loading, reloading, positioning, targeting and shooting – before you put it all to one, final test. You'll be shooting a TT Pistol, an SWT-40 or Mosin rifle and a PPSh submachine gun – the Big Mack of the group.
The TT is a Russian, semi-automatic pistol with a firing range of around 50 metres - it is still used in the Bangladeshi and North Korean army. Developed for the Soviet Red Army, the SWT-40 was intended to be the best rifle on the market, but the German invasion put paid to that, and the Mosin is one of the most mass-produced military bolt-action rifles in history with a firing range of 800+ metres with optics. The PPSh-41 will really make you feel like a fully-fledged war hero, with a rate of fire at 900 to over 1,000 rounds a minute. Just keep the guns pointing at the target, gents.