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The three of us went there for fun - two with experience and one inexperienced shooter. He received a thorough safety and shooting course, while the other two were allowed to shoot in our own time. Not like the tourist ranges where you are treated...More
The range is not too far from old town square - about half an hour walk.
It's a little difficult to find as it's down an alley but well worth finding. We never booked or phoned ahead though I would advise it, as its not...More
Came here one Tuesday afternoon in March - was a bit difficult to find but was easy once I saw the signs. Most of these were in Czech - but don’t be off put!
The nice guy on the front desk said he didn’t speak...More
I have no idea what an experienced shooter would say but this place was brilliant.
2 people who have never fired a gun were in and shooting in about 3 minutes.
The instructor was patient and provided simple instruction. We could handle the gun, load...More
First of all, I am an experienced shooter, so for a beginner that requires some extensive guidance the experience at this range may differ, I can't judge about that.
The place can be reached by a 10 to 20 minutes walk from Prague center where...More
This is a great smaller shooting range (7 lanes) for pistol and pistol-caliber carbines. There is also a bar, club space, and training, but I used it as a tourist from the US who really wanted to shoot the new CZ P10 (which hasn't arrived...More
Place is small and it's more professional place that tourists attraction.
Despite that I was alone I got a personal guide.
The only proposed weapons were 9mm guns. May be there are more available options, but since I had experience only with these, I didn't...More
I visited today begrudgingly after my partner insisted for days, we actually had a really good time despite my nerves. The instructor was great with tuition but could really have a laugh at the same time, however maybe a little intimidating for the timid. When...More
Getting from Petrinska to Florenc Metro (4 Replies)
We need to get from Residence Mala Strana hotel to Avim shooting range which apparently is near the Florenc metro. Could someone please advise if this is within easy walking distance or would it be best to get a tram or taxi?
May 13, 2012|
Take a 6 or 9 tram from the stop at the end of your street for two stops to Narodni Trida metro station. Take the metro a couple of stops to Florenc metro station on a metro headed in the direction of Cerny Most. When you leave the main doors of Florenc station, cross the road to Jurys Hotel and head to your right. Avim is approx 200 yards down. I recommend you try a selection of the guns on offer. Ask for a 9mm Glock automatic pistol, magnum revolver and a pump-action shotgun. This...More