A new theme park in Orlando, Fla., allows kids as young as 13 years old to shoot guns.

Machine Gun America opened on Dec. 20 and features both firearms and simulators.

Safety director Wes Doss was on “Fox and Friends” this morning to discuss.

Doss explained that 13-year-olds must be with a parent or legal guardian and must have consent to shoot. They are also escorted by range safety officers 100 percent of the time. No outside guns or ammo are allowed.

Machine Gun America has been drawing families who want to experience the theme park together.

“Since it opened on the 20th, it has been droves of fathers and sons, grandfathers and grandsons, mothers and daughters. In fact, our highest population coming in the door are females,” he said, adding that 40 percent of the customers have been women.