China North International Shooting Range

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Located at Nankou, Changping County, northwest of Beijing proper, a dozen kilometres from the Ming Tombs and the Great Wall, the China North International Shooting Range, a showcase for the country’s latest civilian entertainment attraction, opened to Chinese, compatriots from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan, and foreign visitors and tourists in early 1987.

The shooting range provides some 20 kinds of light machinery weapons, all of which are made in China, including pistols, rifles, submachine guns, and light, heavy and wide calibre machine guns and even the 60 mm mortar for marksmen from Hong Kong, Macao, Tai-wan and abroad.

The range contains over 30 shooting platforms and a foreign guest club-house, a changing room, a film and video room and a coffee bar. It also provides cable television and automatic scoring facilities. There are mannequins, moving targets, steel plates and simulated defensive shooting. Foreign guests are welcome to use one or more light weapons and hundreds of cartridges for only two or three hundred US dollars.

The range is proud of the variety of machine guns to choose from- including the world famous 7.62-mm-calibre AK submachine gun Type 56 and the new light-weight submachine gun Type 85 weighing less than two grammes. Available at the range is the 7.62-mm-calibresniper rifle Type 79 which is a favourite of gun lovers for its accuracy.
Unlike those at ranges in the United States, Japan and some European countries, all the weapons are real military brands. Sporting guns are also available at the range.

The China North International Shooting Range occupies an area of more than 16.7 acres of land. It is a military-turned-civilian project under China’s open policy and will continue to expand.

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