Spare Arrows for Duck Shoot Game
Shooting – Fun for children (and ducks), and no danger.
Goodbye to computer games - this is much more fun. Three cardboard ducks are mechanically ‘put up' in the air. The rotating arms with the birds automatically rise, and slowly fall. The idea is to hit the flying birds with the wooden arrows – not an easy task. Children quickly find out that aiming, shooting at and hitting a moving target is an acquired skill. The French invented this game in 1908 – it’s a great introduction to the art of game-bird shooting. It trains hand/eye co-ordination and, above all, teaches the sporting spirit: a brief moment of pleasure when you succeed, a brief moment of disappointment when you don’t, followed by the will to ‘try, try and try again’!
Not suitable for children under the age of 3. Risk of choking on small parts if swallowed.
Article Number 86914
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