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R505.00 per person
The Bourne package includes:
Firearm Hire (your choice of 9mm Pistols)
Virtual range fees
50 rounds of 9mm ammunition
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer




R475.00 per person
The G.I. package includes:
Firearm Hire (AR15)
Static range fees
20 rounds of 5.56x45 NATO ammunition
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer



R475.00 per person
The KGB package includes:
Firearm Hire (AK 47)
Static range fees
20 rounds of 7.62x39 ammunition
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer




R330.00 per person
The Equalizer package includes:
Firearm Hire (12 gauge shotgun)
Static range fees
10 rounds of 12 gauge ammunition
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer




R365.00 per person
The SWAT package includes:
Firearm Hire (Sub-machine gun)
Static range fees
30 rounds of 9mm ammunition
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer






R575.00 per person
The Sniper package includes:
Firearm Hire (AR 10 / 308)
Static range fees
20 rounds 7.62x51
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer







R770.00 per person
The Warrior package includes:
Firearm Hire (Pistol, Ar15 or AK47 & Shotgun)
Static & Virtual range fees
50 rounds of 9mm ammunition
5 rounds 12 gauge
5 rounds 5.56 NATO
5 rounds 7.62x39
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer

R1020.00 per person
The Call of Duty package includes:
Firearm Hire (Pistol, Sub-machine gun,
AR15 or AK47 & Shotgun)
Static & Virtual range fees
50 rounds of 9mm ammunition
5 rounds 12 gauge
10 rounds 9mm Sub-machine gun
5 rounds 5.56x45 NATO
5 rounds 7.62x39
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer

R1326.00 per person
The Call of Duty plus includes:
Firearm Hire (Pistol, Sub-machine gun,
AR15, AK47 & Shotgun)
Static & Virtual range fees
50 rounds of 9mm ammunition
7 rounds 12 gauge
30 rounds 9mm Sub-machine gun
15 rounds 5.56x45 NATO
15 rounds 7.62x39
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer

R1875.00 per person
The John Wick package includes:
Firearm Hire (Pistol, Sub-machine gun,
AR15, Shotgun & AR10)
Static & Virtual range fees
50 rounds of 9mm ammunition
30 rounds 9mm Sub-machine gun
20 rounds 5.56x45 NATO
20 rounds 7.62x39
20 rounds 7.62x51
10 rounds 12 gauge
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer

R600.00 per person
The .22 Tactical package includes:
Firearm Hire (Pistol, revolver,
Sub-machine gun & Assault rifle)
Static range fees
10 rounds .22lr pistol
8 rounds .22lr revolver
25 rounds .22lr sub-machine gun
20 rounds .22lr assault rifle
Total 63 rounds .22lr
Target of you choice
Eye and ear protection
Safety induction
Range officer

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At the Shooting Range we always follow the 5 golden rules of gun safety.

No Exceptions …. Ever

These rules have been put in place to ensure that no accidents happen, and are used on Shooting Ranges throughout the world.


Rule 1: No Alcohol on the range.
For obvious reasons we do not allow drinking and shooting at the same time, with this in mind No Alcohol is allowed to be drunk on the range or prior to shooting.
Any person thought to be under the influence of Alcohol or drugs will be asked to leave immediately and will forfeit their range fees.
Alcohol can be consumed in our Lapa, but only AFTER you have completed your shoot


Rule2: The Gun Is Always Loaded
Always assume that every gun is loaded ….
Imagine you’re at the range and a buddy of yours has a new gun that he just picked up. He asks if you want to shoot it and you say “Well, obviously!”.
Even if he shows you that the gun is clear and sets it down, the first thing you should always do when you pick it up is to safety-check it. This also applies to setting it down again.
Whenever the gun is out of your control, even if you set it on a table for 30 seconds, you ALWAYS want to safety-check it when you pick it up. There is no exception to this rule.


Rule 3: Never Point The Gun At Something You Are Not Prepared To Destroy.
If you’ve done your safety-check and are absolutely sure that your gun is unloaded, that does not give you the go-ahead to be careless with it. Remembering the first rule, The Gun Is ALWAYS Loaded, you should never point it toward anything that you are not prepared to destroy.
At our shooting range we expect you to keep your firearm pointed down range at all times


Rule4: Always Be Sure Of Your Target And What Is Behind It.
Bullets can go through – and beyond – your intended target. Knowing what’s behind your target is an essential step to safety and responsibility.


Rule5: Keep Your Finger Off The Trigger Until Your Sights Are On The Target.
This 5th rule, arguably the most important one, should be practiced 100% of the time (as with all of these rules). With any modern firearm, as long as your finger is away from the trigger guard, your firearm will not discharge. Knowing this, there should be 0% chance of a negligent discharge.
Every single time that you pick up a firearm, you should be following these 4 rules. If you follow the rules each and every time, they will become second nature.