The Magic Shot Shooting Gallery made by Marx Games was one of the most exciting games a child could own in the 70s and 80s.
The game comprised a plastic gun with a magnetic tip and a shooting gallery like the sort of thing you get at a funfair. The front of the Magic Shot Shooting Gallery was screened with clear perspex and at the bottom of the screen was a row of 25 steel balls. Using the magnetic tip of the gun you would pick up a ball, drag it in to position and then fire the gun. A powerful hammer in the gun would fire the ball at the targets.
Marx Games also produced a variety of other shooting range games including the Electro Shot Shooting Gallery.