Steven is approached by the wife of an injured military veteran to see if they can recreate a military scenario for her recently retired husband as a surprise. Despite a small power outage, it is business as usual at the range. Kenny, in the dark, purchases a single fire Savage pistol. When the power comes on, they sell a shotgun to a guy who wants to shoot unusual targets on the range and help a mom find the right gun for home protection.
Payton has the brilliant idea to get new customers by creating a first person video game experience at the range. Biff, while trying to find more things for the store comes across an antique box gun from the 1800's He's paid a lot, but if it fires it is going to be more than worth it. Kenny gets a great deal on a US made Russian rifle, while Steven has one shot to sell a 50 cal rifle. All while helping an IT expert get rid of some e-waste.
Two customers want to live out a Matrix style fantasy, while Steven gets to live out a fantasy of combining two of his favorite things. Monster trucks and explosions. Kenny hires one of Payton's friends, and Biff gets a great price on two early edition pistols.
Cornbread, an unusual customer has an unusual request. Wanting to blow off steam he wants to see about doing a fantasy where he has to escape from behind enemy lines. Chad's been hustling some of the younger kids on the range, so one of the older guys challenges him to an assault rifle challenge. Chad and Biff have to test the new sight on a 300 rifle that is being used as a hog gun, and also see an outdated Japanese Nambu.