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  • Niagara Gun Range
    The Range 50-yard indoor range with eight shooting stations Accommodates any caliber less than .50 BMG Programmable target system The Rentals Shotguns such as a Remington 870 Express Automatic rifles such as a Windham Weaponry AR-15 Rental packages include eye and ear protection At a Glance More than 200 firearms are on display inside Niagara Gun Range's showroom. Luckily, nearby shelves and display cases also contain the requisite accessories?including cleaning supplies and holsters. At an onsite classroom, instructors lead training sessions, including NRA classes for pistols, rifles, and shotguns.
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    3355 Niagara Falls Blvd.
    North Tonawanda, NY US
  • Burd's Trout Fishing
    On six wind-swept acres of sprawling green grass and leafy trees, two half-acre ponds shimmer and occasionally ripple as rainbow trout pierce the surface in search of tiny winged dinners. The scenery is pleasant, but the trout are the stars of the show at Burd’s Family Fishing resort where anglers of all kinds cast lines into well-stocked ponds in hopes of big catches. The staff provides all equipment including a rod and bait, allowing new fisherman to try out the sport without investing in expensive gear and a “Gone Fishing” garage door cover. They also clean the incandescent fish for free and bag them on ice for easy transport. Rod-reelers need only pay admission and a fee per hooked trout. Visitors can also take a respite from angling to picnic among the pastoral landscape and tranquil ponds by bringing their own lunch.
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    13077 Hwy 48
    Stouffville, ON CA
  • Ultimate Airsoft
    Ultimate Airsoft doubles as a training facility for law-enforcement officers and the backdrop of military-simulation games. The 15,000-square-foot indoor arena's airsoft games invite players to trawl the urban environs, littered with empty oil barrels and wooden structures to hide behind. The obstacles are rearranged several times a year, so the players who play in weekly leagues probably shouldn't hide their snacks in the abandoned car's wheel.
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    48 Ashwarren Road
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Kai-Shin Karate
    In 1967, Monty Guest—a revered black belt who was one of the top students of Canada’s premier martial artist, Masami Tsuruoka—developed the Kai-Shin form, which translates to “open mind”. Although several thousand years separates the birth of karate from the founding of the Kai-Shin system, Kai-Shin is still rooted in history, providing students young and old with a time-tested approach to building confidence, improving self-discipline, and bolstering fitness. With more than four decades of teaching under his black belt, Sensei Guest still remains KaiShin Martial Arts’ head instructor. He, alongside a small team of instructors, shares his accrued wisdom at two facilities, including one in Mississauga that features a ring devoted purely to sparring and re-enacting famous Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robot matches.
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    966 Dundas St. E
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Screaming Tunnels
    Footfalls come pounding around the bend and stop as someone scans frantically for the way out. At Screaming Tunnels, the path from entrance to exit isn't a straight line. Here, the titular tunnels zig and zag, and around any corner might emerge a Hollywood horror-movie baddie, ready to trap any intruder into doing his taxes. Once they've set foot in the maze, visitors are challenged to seek out the exit for themselves; if overcome by the willies, they can give up and be shown the way out??but their names will be committed to the "Chicken List" for all eternity.
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    5930 Victoria Ave
    Niagara Falls, ON CA
  • Screaming Tunnels - Paintball
    Screaming Tunnels is just like a haunted playground?part terrifying, part fun. Down these ill-fated tunnels, guests twist and turn in search of salvation from the horrors that lie in wait. If you're too scared to finish, you'll be put on the Chicken List alongside thousands of others who couldn't brave the frightening journey. After trekking through the haunted maze, visitors can work out their adrenaline by taking aim at the undead in a zombie paintball course.
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    5930 Victoria Ave. (just off of Clifton Hill)
    Niagara Falls, ON CA

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