In 1939 the KEENEY Co. in Chicago copied an existing Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun and such created for those days a very complicated Arcade Game coin operated. The first machines had a shorter gun, verses the 1950s were they were made longer, more impressive.
The task was to shoot a light beam onto a screen with attacking airplanes diving out of the sky, and the player tried to hit the bull's eye, to see them explode and tumble down, such scoring points .The game was called AIR RAIDER and was out there for a good 20 years.
For the 75th anniversary the company produced a handful of those impressive relics in every detail, all polished aluminum and metal. This piece is mounted an a wooden block. The length on this piece is 35" over all and the grips 9" apart, the rear site at 15" high. It can be articulated higher or lower on the rounded base.
FOR SALE IS ONLY THE MACHINE GUN PIECE!! NOT THE ENTIRE GAME!!
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Arcade Game AIR RAIDER Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun