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The Most Upscale Indoor Shooting Range in the World Showcased on History of the Gun

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Article first appeared at Ammoland.com

Ammoland.com – What to watch on television Tuesday evenings has become increasingly easier with the 4th Quarter new hit television show, History of the Gun.

Tuesday, December 29th, History of the Gun shines the spotlight on The Strip Gun Club in Las Vegas, the most upscale indoor shooting range in the world.

“We love filming at the Strip Gun Club,” say executive producer Bill Rogers. “We’re talking teak flooring, ballistic glass walls, the range has spared no expense to make it an one-of-a-kind and enjoyable experience,”

The Strip Gun Club, located on the famous Las Vegas Strip, offers shooting packages, private instruction and a chrome plated deck-mounted 50 cal to custom design your own excitement. They have hundreds of firearms to chose from and can entertain and size party or group.

Strip Gun Club
Strip Gun Club

“One of the exciting stars of the television show has to be the Strip Gun Club,” say executive producer Bill Rogers. “Each year we hold the most prestigious event held during Shot Show, Media Night at the Range, where the best of the best in the industry come to show off their guns and the all of the attendees say the same thing – Wow! We were very excited to share this our viewers on History of the Gun.”

History of the Gun airs on the Hunt Channel which can be seen on Dish Network, Channel 266, Tuesdays at 8:00 pm. The show has a little over 34 million viewers in the United States and over 14 million viewers in Canada and 12 million in Europe on WILD-TV.

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The first 13 weeks of History of the Gun started October 1st and will air through the end of the year which will be repeated January through March. New episodes are now being filmed which will start airing in April 2016. In case you’ve missed the first few episodes, you can get caught up by logging onto their website at:www.HistoryOfTheGunTV.com.

History of the Gun is produced by American Outdoors, the oldest outdoor television show in America, and is truly both a national and international television show with over 38 million viewers in the United States and 64 million viewers worldwide. Each week History of the Gun, through scholarly interviews and factory tours, covers iconic firearms of the past and looks how they have advanced to present day and takes a peek at what’s on the drawing board for tomorrow. History of the Gun airs on the Hunt Channel on Dish TV (channel 266) on Tuesday nights at 8:00 pm. You can consult their Channel Guide for additional information:

Hunt Channel TV Guide:

History of the Gun also airs on WILD-TV, Tuesday nights at 9:00 pm in Canada and in Europe to include: the UK, Finland, Bulgaria, Estonia. Slovakia and the Czech Republic. You can consult their Channel Guide for additional information:

Channel Guide for WILD-TV:

For more information on History of the Gun, you can log onto the website at: www.HistoryOfTheGunTV.com.

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