When we were told it would be a long ride to the shooting range, they really weren't kidding. The range is located at a military base beyond the Angkor Archaeological Park. You will pass the park checkpoint, but if you're just going shooting, you will not need a temple pass. The range itself had a good selection of weapons on the menu: assault rifles, handguns and even a machine gun. My girlfriend and I both fired the iconic AK-47 (actually the one we fired was a Chinese Type 56, which sort of counts), and after that I also fired the M16A1, using 7.62x39 and 5.56x45 rounds respectively. These gave significantly more kick that the .22 rifle we used in Koh Samui, which gave that memorable experience of actually firing a real gun, and at $50 for a 30-round magazine, it works out to be much cheaper than the range we went to in Samui. Neither gun had jamming issues, and we were allowed to hold it on our own. The staff will allow you to hold all of the weapons on display, and you're free to take as many photos as you want. Big plus!
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