Exotic Firearms and Shooting Hosts Make Up the New Machine Guns Vegas Luxury Lounge

Model Jeannie Duffy, who served in the U.S. Air Force for six years, will be the celebrity host at Machine Guns Vegas.

Get ready to fire off some exotic firearms including machine guns, assault rifles and famous guns from World War II when Machine Guns Vegas opens early next year. Inside find 16 shooting lanes to test your skills on these firearms or book the Gun Lounge, a private experience with two firing lanes and separate entrance for VIPs.

Jeannie Duffy, a model who served in the U.S. Air Force for six years, will serve as spokesmodel and shoot host. Get paired up with a shooting host who will show off the experiences within. She’ll pair you up with some famous firearms such as the types of weapons carried by the members of U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six on their raid of Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan or World War II-era firearms found in video games like “Call of Duty.” Movie displays will showcase film clips and popular firearms including “Rambo’s” M60 machine gun or Bullet Tooth Tony’s .50 Caliber Desert Eagle Handgun featured in “Snatch.”

Handgun enthusiasts will love the one-of-a-kind designer handbag with built-in concealed carry holster or the customized limited-edition firearms engraved with the customer’s name and fitted to each individual person.

Partner Genghis Cohen is a former officer in the Royal New Zealand Army and is best known for his background in the Las Vegas nightlife industry at places such as Tabú at the MGM Grand, the Rainbow Bar and Grill and Cathouse at the Luxor.

Machine Guns Vegas will be located at 3501 Aldebaran Ave. and will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, visit machinegunsvegas.com.

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