Shoot REAL guns of the old west, just outside Yellowstone’s famous East Gate
Millions, yes millions of tourists from all over the world experience Yellowstone each year, during a few months in the summer
2.5 to 3 Million of those visitors will use the famous Eastgate to Yellowstone
And every single one of those visitors, will see their sign, their storefront, and their sweet black van with the words “Shoot Guns”
The Cody Firearms Experience been in business for the last 3 years, letting all those visitors (close to 10 million at this point) know about firearms and see that a gun shop is present in Cody, Wyoming. And its a gun shop they are free to visit and pull triggers
And not only is the store in the best location possible for those tourists, but it’s also very nice inside. It’s welcoming, clean, large and not too crowded, so many people will feel comfortable in there, even when it’s busy
The staff was extremely friendly, helpful and interesting to talk to
Cody Firearms Experience 142 W. Yellowstone Ave. Cody, Wyoming, USA 82414 (307)586-4287
There are aware of their opportunity to be the ambassador’s of firearms for those international tourists, and people visiting from states where they don’t experience gun shops or shooting ranges
The map on the wall has a pin to indicate each place a visitor has traveled from. It looks like a pincushion, you can barely see the map underneath on some continents. And each continent is represented, they’ve had people from all over the world experience Firearms just outside Yellowstone
This was one of the high points of Cody, Wyoming for me
And this is one of the reasons we do the Gun Show Loophole Tour, to share the experience and efforts of gun shops like this one
It goes without saying, if you’re ever in Cody, Wyoming .. check out the Cody Firearms experience for yourself
They are a full service gun shop too, and there’s an old time shooting gallery available as well
$1.3 million in bonds to purchase 33.8 acres of land at 6094 E. 66th St. North from the U.S. Shooting Academy. The sale included a basic range with 30 positions as well as a computerized range where targets can be raised and lowered remotely.
estimated to cost $1.2 million to $1.6 million, includes renovating and outfitting a 1,632-square-foot range house and an urban tactical training village, among other amenities.
financed through proceeds from investigations, such as a recent synthetic marijuana raid the Sheriff’s Office assisted federal agencies with, as well as fees paid to the agency on Self-Defense Act handgun licenses and for serving municipal warrants.
A one-mile law enforcement driver training track designed to simulate highway and urban driving as well as a skid pad to practice rainy and wet conditions will also be installed.
equipped with a new shooting simulator, which plays interactive scenarios on a wall-sized projection screen.