Harry said, The cavalry will dismount; youre all court-martialed and ordered to be shot at sunrise in the shooting gallery.
And after a while they were on the great steps leading to the shooting gallery.
I'm darned if I like to be the target at a shooting gallery.
It wakes Mr. George of the shooting gallery and his familiar.
Left to themselves, the four young Rovers visited the railroad station and then drifted into the shooting gallery.
But he whistles that off like the rest of it and marches home to the shooting gallery.
He went to a shooting gallery, and with his left arm learned how to hold a rifle and aim it.
I had spent scores of hours at a shooting gallery in St. Louis.
The prince was as calm as if he were in a shooting gallery, and kept his pistol lowered.
For some moments they silently picked them off, like men breaking pipes in a shooting gallery.
To act or respond impulsively and aggressively; be recklessly impetuous; have a short fuse: A politician should seldom shoot from the hip
[1970s+; fr the image of a gunfighter who fires his weapon without aiming, as just drawn from the holster]