I sure wish I knew where a banner like that was. I might not tell you tho 'cause I might try to get it for myself.
It has to be prior to 1936+/- when the model 12 Remington (as seen on that banner) was replaced by the model 121. Also the Remington dogbone box of 22's.
That is one nice banner. Any more info on it? For sale?
Do you know where a Winchester banner like that might be?
Speaking of shooting galleries, below is a picture of me while I was in the Navy and assigned to a troop and dependent transport out of the Brooklyn Army Base in Brooklyn.
Coney Island was only a 15 minute subway ride from the pier in Brooklyn. Went there on many occasions. The shooting gallery there would take your picture if you hit the bullseye which I did. The picture is actually reversed cause I don't shoot left handed. I think the camera actually took the picture via a mirror so it wouldn't get shot by a gallery shooter. I don't remember what the gun was.
This picture was taken probably in May of 1956. My falling asleep buddy next to me is Mike Pore. I think he was from the midwest somewhere. Wonder where Mike is now.
Also, any GI's that got shipped out of Brooklyn in the mid 50's to Bremerhaven Germany or Southampton England might have been aboard my ship, the USS Gen. Butner TAP-113.
Those were good days.
Sorry for going astray.
And PS, you have a dandy M12.