LAS VEGAS (AP) - Officials say a high-end Italian gun
manufacturer can move forward with plans to build a shooting range
inside a Las Vegas Strip resort-casino.
The Clark County Planning Commission earlier this week approved
a permit for gun company Beretta, which plans to put a nearly
20,000-square-foot retail and shooting complex inside The Shoppes
at the Palazzo.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Beretta wants to build two live gun ranges and three virtual ranges. The proposed complex would also include a retail store that would sell guns but not ammunition.
The company says customers won't be allowed to bring outside
guns and ammunition into the shooting range.