Shooting Ranges in Chiang Mai (Thailand)

    For this episode, we go to Northern Thailand where we take a look at some of the shooting ranges in Chiang Mai. Specifically, we were able to sit down some of the shooters, owners, and instructors at a range called “Shooting Adventure Chiang Mai” and “Range 333” where we quizzed them on such topics of what firearms were popular, prices of guns in Thailand, what kind of shooting sports were practiced, and the sort of training that is available. Unlike the United States there is a strong shooting tourism industry in Thailand that supports tourists from all over Asia where their own countries laws make it impossible to own and even much less fire a firearm on a controlled range.

    One of the bigger shooting sports in the region is the local division of IPSC which is extensively shot in Thailand. There is IDPA in the south, in addition to precision rifle matches very similar to the PRS competitions in the United States, also in the south.

    For more information about the shooting ranges in these videos, please check out-

    Shooting Adventure Chiang Mai

    Range 333


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