shooting-gallery again, one and four-pence; Fat Woman a penny, one and fivepence.
"You haven't settled with me yet," said the shooting-gallery man.
The most fun they had was in a shooting-gallery where they astonished the proprietor by the bull's-eyes they made.
The woman blazes with jewels like a Strand shooting-gallery with lights.
This was Mr. George, of the shooting-gallery, who came to get back the letter he had loaned to the lawyer.
He was at a shooting-gallery in Leicester-square, at a gallery in the Strand, and at another at the west end of the town.
But I have been practising at the shooting-gallery for two hours.
After three months the gunmaker no longer accompanied Frank to his shooting-gallery.
There, there; it's all right; we will go to the shooting-gallery.
He was a good shot, for he and Louis had both been thoroughly trained in a shooting-gallery in New York.
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]