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A shooting gallery is a carnival game typically featuring a pellet gun and numerous moving mechanical tracks with small targets worth various minor prizes or points towards a major prize.
Shooting gallery or Shooting Gallery may also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- Shooting gallery games, a video game subgenre of shooter games
- Shooting Gallery (game accessory), light gun accessory and game of the same name for the Magnavox Odyssey home video game console
- Shooting Gallery (band), a 1990s rock group featuring Andy McCoy
- Shooting Gallery (film), a 2005 film about pool hustling and revenge, starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Ving Rhames
- Shooting Gallery (TV series), a television series on the Outdoor Channel
- A shooting range for target practice with a rifle or a pistol
- a slang term for a supervised injection site or crack house
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