THE AFRICAN JUNGLE CORK SHOOTER
The African Jungle cork shooter was built before the war by the father of Watford showman Noah Shaw. We puchased it from Shaw in 1981, and fully restored it from the ground up, including paintings by Anna Carter.
The circular painting on the front was originally by John Carter, one of the few he painted on the Fair. The cork shooter is a sister stall to the Jollity Farm Balla and the Darts game.
Who can play, and what does it cost?
Bag yourself a sweet prize with your cork-shooting rifle! The Cork Shooter costs 1 token for 1 shot, or 5 tokens for 4 shots, and is suitable for people of any age. Prices may be subject to change.
Buy tokens in advance online, and get FREE RIDES!
|Hire the Cork Shooter
If you are interested in hiring the Cork Shooter, please click here for more information. It takes about 2 hours to build up and has a footprint of approximately 16 x 19 feet. The flatter the ground, the better. Please note that hire price does not include prizes.