Shooting at FSO = adrenaline pumping fun. I could stop there, but there's some important stuff you must know! First and foremost, the shooting range is located in the grounds of the former Polish car manufacturer FSO, which produced iconic cars such as the Polonez, a mass-produced geometric beast, between 1978-2002. It's through the main gate that you enter and take a left until you reach the range at the end of the lane. If you're arriving by bus, get off at stop Śliwice and it's directly behind the petrol station, you can't miss the 'welcome FSO' sign at the end of ul. Aleksandra Kotsisa. Once you're there, choose from various packages, ranging from 59-599zł, which take you on a walkthrough of gun history, from old revolvers and pistols, Soviet era weaponry, all up to modern-day shooters. The range caters for groups of various sizes and can take up to 45, which can be anything from smaller stag/hen groups to larger corporate events (conference facilities are available!). It is essential you book in advance (to ensure an English speaking instructor), bring photo ID (passport, ID card or drivers licence), and don't turn up under the influence of alcohol, otherwise you will not be allowed to take part! Highly recommended.