Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Shooting Range Price List


If you’ve traveled in southeast Asia you’ve no doubt heard the stories about the legendary shooting range in Cambodia.  This militarily operated gun range on the outskirts of Phnom Penh offers the unique opportunity to shoot all types of exotic weapons that are most likely unavailable to you in your home country.  Some of the more remarkable selections include AK47s, Hand Grenades, and Missile launchers.


For those with a more sadistic side, you can even blow up a cow with an RPG…for the right price of course (approximately $300 USD).

The Experience:

In the Phnom Penh city center you should have no trouble finding someone to take you to the gun range as all tuk tuk drivers are eager to bus you around.  Once outside the city you will be taken to a military base where you will be given a “Gun Menu”.  This menu lists the types, prices, and rounds that you can choose from.  For more explosive weapons (grenades and missile launchers) you will need to drive to a location further outside of town.  From here, simply pay the lady at the counter, go to the designated shooting range and fire away!

There is limited information available on this activity outside Phnom Penh and many guide books shy away from writing about it.  So for that reason we’ve published the price list for your viewing pleasure.  Keep in mind that these prices are subject to change.

The Cambodian Military Shooting Range Price list (in USD):

 

Be safe and enjoy!

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23 October, 2011

9 thoughts on “Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Shooting Range Price List

  1. Interesting article. I don’t know how I would react to someone selling such a horrible thing as to blow up a cow. I love to travel as much as anyone, but am often deterred to go to some places based on their treatment of animals. Someone making money off animal cruelty would too much for me to handle.

    • I’d have to agree with you there Suzy – I don’t think it should be a selling point either

  2. I totally went der. It was so cool. The retract was so strong it hurt my arm.

  3. What is the address of this place so i can drive there in my hire car, when i get to Phnom Penh

    • Hi Sun,
      Im not sure what the address is. In fact it may not (technically) even have one. However any guide or tuk tuk driver will know how to get there.

      Good luck,

  4. i think that’s nice place-in my country i can shooting only AK or PM,TT, it is intresting shooting some new, i will try visit it..

  5. Hello Daniel,

    I persume youve been to the “famous” cu chi firing range in Vietnam. Even if you havent, are you aware of the price difference compated to phnom pens shooting range?

    Cheers,

    • Hi Henrik,
      Yup, Ive been to the shooting range in Cu Chi. I forget what the actual prices are but if I recall correctly, they are slightly more expensive.

      Cu Chi was a different experience. It was much more formal and structured as it is tacked on to the end of the Cu Chi Tunnel tour. At Phnom Penh I was the only person at the gun range. At Cu Chi I was surrounded by other tourists, families and even children. Also, my M60 was nailed down to a stationary mount.

      I hope that helps,
      Thanks!

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