1947 Seeburg Shoot the Bear Coin-Op Penny Arcade Moving Target Gun Game. Due to the popularity of this game, it was made by Seeburg from 1947 to 1949. This is a Ray-o-lite (Ray-o-light/Rayolite/Rayolight) style G-4 (G4) gun. The target cabinet is 3' feet tall by 3.5' feet wide, and stands on chrome tubular legs (or even hangs on the wall). In the cabinet is a window about 3' wide by a 1.5' tall.There is forest scenery visible through the window, and a small rabbit is hiding in the grass. There are some trees with gaps between them half way into the box. A small bear, about eight inches tall, is visible in front of the trees. Game uses a tube style amplifier. The gun stand is about 25' in front of the target cabinet.
It consists of a cabinet with two coin slides, a rifle, one button and instructions. The player puts in a quarter for three games or a dime for one.
An amber light indicates there are credits to play. The user presses the button and the green light comes on, indicating the game is ready, and the bear starts moving. Every time the player pulls the trigger, a rifle crack sounds and the shot count goes down by one.When the trigger is pulled, the rifle causes a light beam to shine out of the barrel. The bear has three lenses, one in each side and one in the front chest. Should the light beam strike the lens, the game will register a hit. The bear stops running around the track and rears up on his hind legs. His eyes and mouth light up and he growls. He turns, gets back down on all four feet, and runs around the track in the opposite direction. The possible ratings are Marksman, Sharpshooter, and Expert. The item "1947 Seeburg Shoot the Bear Coin-Op Penny Arcade Moving Target Gun Game" is in sale since Saturday, November 04, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Arcade Gaming\Non-Video Arcade Machines". The seller is "chubby143" and is located in Petaluma, California. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.