3440 Arville St, Las Vegas, NV 89102
American Shooters Supply
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
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In Vegas for a long weekend and picked this place for a little pistol practice. I had my own gun and shooting bag so maybe they thought I knew what I was doing but there was no questioning of my mental state or ability, but I did have to read and sign their Range Rules which does include questions of this type. At the range I go to in Houston near my office (Athena Gun Club) they had me insert and remove a mag then lock the slide back for the first 4 visits or so before they got to recognize me. American Shooters are still short of ammo and I had to go into the shop to buy some 40S&W. The range would only give ammo to people renting their guns. Cost was very reasonable for range time ($15) and the ammo was not particularly inflated. ($20 per box of 50.) The range is not the most advanced in that the target shuttle is moved by a forward/back toggle switch - no computer control. Safety situation seemed OK but was quite low key. The shop area was the best that I have ever seen. Loads of guns to buy as well as tons of accessories and clothing. Prices seemed in-line with catalogs and guns did not seem to be marked up as in some places. Staff were extremely nice and in the shop in particular, very helpful. All in all a very good experience and the next time I am in Vegas I will definitely be going back.
11/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
American Shooters is a great place. These comments are directed to it's customers. Hey, people, do you really write like that? I mean, run-on sentences, punctuation that looks like a third grader's? These are people who own guns? Is this really the way Las Vegans speak and write? Ever consider why the gun crowd has such a bad reputation to those of us who bothered to study in school? ppl-really, that means ""people?""
10/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
i was a first time gun buyer, they were very friendly, very willing to help me out. i bought my first gun there and ammo and they gave me a killer deal, the ppl at the range are also very helpful, they have shown me a number of things with my gun, and they are always more then willing to help you if you have any ?
09/26/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Great place to look at guns to see what you want, but don't buy here. They have a nice inventory but the prices are way higher than elsewhere. The staff is ignorant, they must not make enough money to buy good guns themselves because they know nothing about the higher end pieces. I will never buy another item in this store again.
03/07/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Very supportive of members. Has free range time for women on Wednsdays , open match every other Thursday at 7PM. They are very busy on weekends, if you shoot every other week or more it is best to pay for a membership and get priority range time and 10% discounts on everything else. The more you hang out the better you get to know everyone and the better they get to know you. Range Staff is always helpful but sometimes overwhelmed by the crush.
12/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I'm a first time gun buyer. American Shooters were cheaper than all the other gun shops I called to and they had a nice selection. Employees were professional and knowledgeable. They walked me through the whole process, made it easy, and provided great advice. Definitely check them out!
10/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
As a local, I often use American Shooters' indoor range. If you go during off hours during the week, it can be near-empty, which is great. The range masters are polite and helpful. But DO NOT buy guns here! Their prices are expensive to the point of absurdity---$150-$200 more than other shops in town. I also found some of the gun store folks a bit rude and pushy. If you are shopping for guns, The Gun Store on Tropicana is a much better choice. One big plus: the have range rules in Japanese and I saw a Japanese speaking range master there more than once.