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Tank You Very MuchPut down the PlayStation controller—it’s time to take Call of Duty to the next level. On second thought, time to take it up about 50 levels. Heck, short of shaping up and shipping out, we’re putting you as close to a combat zone as a civilian is ever like to get: in the driver’s seat of an armored military tank.
Drive a Tank delivers exactly what its name promises, allowing military enthusiasts, adrenaline junkies and bucket-listers alike to drive an authentic British tank, crowned with an FV433 Abbot S.P.G. The navigational training is hands-on, so you'll be ready to rock and roll (literally).
As you maneuver through a densely wooded course, you’ll be able to experience the full weight and power of a tracked, armored fighting vehicle—and can add a car or two to crash! That’s 15 tons of cold hard steel at your command, soldier.
And after you’re done running down bad guys (or whatever your imaginary battle scene of choice), ride out your weaponry high by shooting a fully automatic machine gun at the indoor gun range. Drive a Tank’s state-of-the-art facility can handle up to .50 caliber ammunition.
If you’re wondering why you’ve never heard of something this awesome before, it’s because it's the best kept secret in America. Drive a Tank is the only place in the country offering an authentic military experience.
Now go make your country proud!
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- Just $99 gets you a Quad Package, including a brief history lesson, a ride in a 5-ton truck to the battlefield, a ride in a U.S. HUMVEE around the wooded course, a ride in an APC, a test firing of a full-auto gun and a staff-guided tour, a $310 value
- Just $354 gets you a Quad Package AND 3-Star Lieutenant General Package, including hands-on navigation training on an FV433 Abbott Self-Propelled Gun convoy-style TANK and the chance to fire one historic machine gun, a $709 value