by Slim Price
Shoot The Red Star
Shoot the Star
Here s a game that
sometimes has no prize at all, but often offers a money prize
or a gigantic stuffed animal. It looks simple enough and is a
sharpshooters dream! Sure.
The game is a
small, not very deep shooting gallery, with nicely printed
paper targets hanging on rods in the back. On each target is a
small red star and the object is to shoot the star completely
off the target. Whether you are familiar with guns (BB) or not
makes very little difference, your chance is vanishingly small
You can, if you choose to zero in like the intrepid hunter
your fantasy says you (it could even be true) are with single
shots, or take the spray all route, it makes little
difference. Logic will tell you not to shoot the star but to
make ring around it and cut it off the paper.. Dear friend, it
will not work! When you finally get to the point where you
just need another couple of shots for you to be The Big Winnah!
the texture of the paper will move away from the shots like a
hinge and leave you with I only missed by that much. If you
succeed with actually shooting the star the agent will always
find some tiny red trace that will keep you from carrying that
gigantic teddy bear across the lot.
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