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    Florida's Latest Theme Park Is All About Guns

    Target zombies, outlaws, and international terrorists at Orlando's Machine Gun America.

    In Orlando, Florida's newest themed attraction, Machine Gun America, children as young as 13 are granted access to an arsenal of military-grade weapons and paraphernalia. Staking claim as Orlando's "first and only Automatic Adrenaline Attraction," MGA offers a fully stocked arsenal made available to even the most inexperienced of customers.

    Of course, they also keep a full staff of expertly trained individuals with law enforcement and military backgrounds to help guide the experience. Specially designed packages allow visitors to play out their combat fantasies: Customers can use fully operational weapons to fend off hordes of zombies, conduct secret agent espionage, and even assassinate Osama Bin Laden.

    Barcroft Media / Landov STEVE WILLIAMS
    Barcroft Media / Landov STEVE WILLIAMS

    Emily Undieme, 21, posing with M60 and M41A pulse rifle.

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    Walther PPK-S on display at Machine Gun America.

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    John Webster, 21, posing with an M60.

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    CX-4, M-4, 1919, MP-5(x5), AK-47s(x6) on display at Machine Gun America.

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    Natasha Schweitzer, chief range safety officer at MGA, training Samantha Poje how to shoot a Glock handgun.

    Barcroft Media / Landov STEVE WILLIAMS

    Samantha Poje posing with a pink target poster next to Natasha Schweitzer, chief range safety officer.

    Barcroft Media /Landov STEVE WILLIAMS

    John Webster, 21, firing an M4 machine gun with a range safety officer.

    Barcroft Media /Landov STEVE WILLIAMS

    John Webster, 21, posing with an Osama Bin Laden target poster.

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    M60, SCAR, SCAR, M41A, M-4, MP-5, Thompson hanging on the wall inside Machine Gun America.

    Barcroft Media / Landov STEVE WILLIAMS

    Dan Ryley, range safety officer at MGA, posing for a picture holding an M1919.

    Barcroft Media / Landov STEVE WILLIAMS

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