World War II-era shooting gallery restored in Coney Island

The shooting gallery is a World War II-inspired contraption that features tanks, soldiers and airplanes.

The shooting gallery is a World War II-inspired contraption that features tanks, soldiers and airplanes. (8/8/13)

CONEY ISLAND - A vintage World War II-era shooting gallery has been restored in Coney Island.

The gallery was initially hidden behind another one that was destroyed after Superstorm Sandy.

Coney Island USA, a group that restores and preserves area history, brought the attraction back to life. It is now a part of an interactive exhibit at the Coney Island Museum.

The shooting gallery is a World War II-inspired contraption that features tanks, soldiers and airplanes. The device tests the aim of shooters as the targets move quickly around the display.

For an extended interview on the game, watch the clip to the left or click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 

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