In our firearms range you have a chance to touch legendary weapons and shoot from the presented samples (for example, the Mosin rifle and carbine, the Tokarev self-loading rifle, the PPSh, the AK-47, the SVD and many others).
The firearms shooting gallery is modernly equipped: instead of conventional targets a screen made from wear-resistant self-tightening material is installed. Video projection equipment generates images of targets and projects them on the screen. When a bullet hits the screen the system fixes the location of the hit and transmits its coordinates to the computer of the shooting supervisor and on the shooter’s screen. Shooters can see their targets and the results of shooting on the screen. The mobility of the shooting locations allows firing from any line within the premises of the shooting gallery.
The results can be printed out. This complex allows you to conduct shooting training as well as simulate various combat situations. The shooting gallery provides an opportunity to organize training courses for students of educational institutions as well as various competitions.
If you’re going to visit the firing range of the Kalashnikov Museum, you need to have a passport and an international driver’s license (both documents are required). If you have no driver’s license, you can provide a certificate of medical examination by a psychiatrist and an expert in narcology (the certificate is valid for a month only).
The shooting gallery workers are empowered to refuse reception without giving a reason.
Daily, except Mondays and Thursdays: from 11:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m., the ticket office closes 30 minutes earlier
On Thursdays: from 11:00 a.m. to 09:00 p.m., the ticket office closes 30 minutes earlier
Break: from 13:30 a.m. to 02.00 p.m.
Monday is a day off
The first Thursday in a month is a cleaning day