Your guide picks you up for your 3-hour experience at your Moscow hotel lobby at 6 p.m.. Since this is a private tour, the time of your tour can be changed if you prefer.
Follow your guide on public transport to several stations by metro, and walk about 5-7 minutes by foot until your reach the Central Shooting Club of the Russian Army Training Society in Moscow. There you'll have a safety training and instruction. Make sure you take your passport and migration card for the instruction.
After your safety training, your shooting experience will start. You'll have the chance to shoot from a Russian rifle - AK-47. Made by Russian inventor Mikhail Kalashnikov, the gun was first debuted in 1947 and is still being used. You will be taught by professional instructor how to properly handle this weapon. Put on your protective gear, load the ammunition and be ready to shoot at your target. Shoot up to 20 bullets from the AK-47. If you'd like to shoot more bullets, it's an additional expense.
Next, try shooting a Dragunov Sniper Rifle and Degtyaryov Machine Gun. For these two guns, you'll be able to shoot 10 bullets each. Although photos are never allowed at the shooting range, you can take your target home with you as a souvenir.
After your shooting experience is over, follow your guide to the nearest metro station to make your way back to your hotel.