it means they get their money's worth at the firing ranges...
Tourists come to the U.S. to explore the beauty of the Grand Canyon, the grandeur of the U.S. Capitol, and the skyscrapers of New York City. Increasingly, they're also coming to shoot assault weapons.
Gun culture in America is a hot tourist attraction. What's ground zero for gun tourism? Beautiful Waikiki, Hawaii.
Foreign tourists get bang for buck firing guns
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Beyond the idiom, 'get bang for one's bucks', there is a play on words, Ori. As Region has described [and Beth failed to], it means to get your money's worth, or even more than your money's worth. Not only a good deal but a great deal.
Beyond that, the writer has used this to note that literally, not just figuratively, as in the idiom, these folks get many bangs which is the sound that we use to describe a gun going off.
Can we use the idiom in first person, JTT? For example:
Do not worry. I will get bang for my bucks.