There’s a lot to see and do in this great country. You might enjoy checking out the Beer Can House in Houston, Texas. Or maybe you’d care to see the 55-foot tall Jolly Green Giant in Blue Earth, Minnesota. No? How about Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Museum in San Antonio?
If you’re more into shooting than bizarre tourist attractions, you might enjoy our list of some of the coolest shooting ranges in the United States.
When traveling for business or pleasure, be sure to check out these ranges if you’re in the neighborhood. No guns with you? No problem. Most of them offer on-site rentals.
West Point, Kentucky
Claim to Fame:
Home of the World-Famous Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot. If you want to shoot cars, appliances, or most anything else, this is the place.
If you ever have an urge to swing by Fort Knox, where all of the gold may or may not be depending on which conspiracy theory you follow, head about 12 miles north and you’ll end up at the Knob Creek Shooting range.
Unless you’ve living under a rock or in a no-gun-rights state, you might have heard of the world-famous Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot. This is the annual event where all the folks with Class III gear like machine guns, cannons, and crew-served weapons gather over a weekend to blow up cars, trucks, appliances, and the occasional boat with millions of rounds of ammo and countless pounds of Tannerite expended.
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