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The Experience

As Japan overwhelmed British, American and other Allied troops in the early part of World War II, the hard-working Arisaka rifles, Nambu pistol and Type 96 and Type 99 light machine guns were fighting on the front. The sounds of these weapons struck fear in both military and civilians as they knew the soldiers of Imperial Japanese Army were near.  

Fire three of the most infamous Japanese weapons of World War II and feel what the Allied troops had to fight against during some the most disappointing losses. Battlefield Vegas is the only place in Las Vegas where you can come shoot some of the most historic and vintage rifles, pistols and machineguns from around the world. 

All of these weapons were captured by individual US military personnel and some even have the initials of the Marine who captured the weapon scratched onto the stock. This is amazing collection of historical weapons.


Acquiring ammunition for these weapons is extremely difficult. We suggest that you leave a deposit if you want to the chance to shoot these weapons so we can reserve your ammunition. Though a deposit is not required, ammunition is subject to availability.

The Weapons

  • Nambu Pistol: 8 rounds
  • Arisaka Type 38 Carbine: 5 rounds
  • Arisaka Type 99 Rifle: 5 rounds
  • Type 96 Light Machine Gun: 20 rounds
  • Type 99 Light Machine Gun: 20 rounds

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    Policies and FAQ

    Battlefield Vegas prices are all inclusive. Weapons instruction, ammunition, eye/ear protection, range fees and a target are included with each package or a la carte package.

    Sales tax will be charged at time of check-in. If you'd like to share a package with up to one person, a $20 fee will apply at time of check-in.

    Please wear closed-toed shoes, bring your camera and do not arrive intoxicated.

    For more FAQ, please click here.

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