"Misija" Straikball

"Misija" Straikball

Do you want to shoot, explode and run?

Why do we like strikeball? Imitations of real guns, adrenalin, surprise and speed gives an opportunity to feel like in a war zone. While watching a film, you have always wanted to feel like a hero who shoots, runs, crawls, explodes, hides, plans…

Here you will be able to feel like in a war zone and go home without any outcomes afterwards. You will feel tired but happy and people round about will not understand the meaning of a strange smile in your face…

We use only the most expensive strikeball guns, made of metal.  Each gun weighs about 3 kilograms.  The guns shoot either in isolated gunshots or in a series of gunshots. All the guns are real imitations of M16, MP5, Kalashnikovs etc. 

 

Contact information  

Ukmergės st. 305-16, Vilnius, Lithuania
Tel.: +370 699 35520, +370 603 00755
El. paštas: klubas.misija@gmail.com


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You can also visit: Vilnius Cathedral, Pilies street, Vilnius University
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2012.09.03 11:45:04 | Rafael
Ramune, interesting how one ccennotion leads to others. Can you direct or link me to the Methodology in regenerating industrial space. The environment and land reclamation has always been of interest to me and I hope to be in the UK and Europe this year so I might be able to see a sight or two.The University of Guelph, where I studied and researched, had a great landscape architecture school which I considered but focused on natural resources instead. Hope you have time to get back to me.Best regardsJames
2014.12.19 16:06:15 | Elham
Ramune, interesting how one ceoinctnon leads to others. Can you direct or link me to the Methodology in regenerating industrial space. The environment and land reclamation has always been of interest to me and I hope to be in the UK and Europe this year so I might be able to see a sight or two.The University of Guelph, where I studied and researched, had a great landscape architecture school which I considered but focused on natural resources instead. Hope you have time to get back to me.Best regardsJames

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