During our trip last week I wanted to take my family shooting but I didn't want to spend alot on exotic guns and shoot my load in just a few minutes (pardon the expression), so we got in the car and drove to the most northern edge of the valley to the Clark County Shooting Range. We went on a Weds morning, beautiful sunny day (75*), simply gorgeous. And that is the word I'll use to describe the shooting facility. It is gorgeous. Nestled up against a 9000' mountain on an elevated plain. Look back and you see the city in the distance. Well, anyway, we got there and found out that there was no ammo for rifle or pistol, .22 cal long. Found out it's the same all over the state and beyond. But we did have plenty of shotgun ammo, so we decided to do some trap shooting. We rented two 12 gauge shotguns for 4 of us ($10 apiece) and boxes of ammo and clays (each 25 shots were 3.75 as well as 25 clays). We had a terrific instructor (Terry) who was patient and friendly. My sons and I shot clays for an hour. It was a blast. My wife and daughter didn't want to shoot so they rented bows ($10 apiece) and headed for the Archery range. Again another very friendly and knowledgeable instructor helped them out and they had a great time playing Hunger Games. The facility is clean, new and HUGE. They have a 20 station Archery range, 24 station trap/skeet range, and a whole different range each for pistol and rifle. The place must cover 10 square miles, you have to drive from range to range. If you are looking to do something different, this is an excellent choice. It was great family fun, and it taught my kids how to respect firearms. We certainly will do this again on our next trip, kids or no kids.