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Shooting game apparatus using compressed air










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6688299.

A shooting game apparatus including a housing, an air compressor installed in the housing, and least one shooting apparatus for launching bullets using compressed air generated by the air compressor. The shooting game apparatus further including a bullet shooting pressure supplying device for supplying relatively high pressure to the shooting apparatus so as to launch the bullets, a bullet delivering pressure supplying device for supplying relatively low pressure using the compressed air to deliver bullets to the shooting apparatus, a pressure distributing valve for distributing the compressed air generated by the air compressor to the bullet shooting pressure supplying device and to the bullet delivering pressure supplying device, and a controller which is electrically connected to the air compressor, the shooting apparatus, the bullet shooting pressure supplying device, the bullet delivering pressure supplying device and the pressure distributing valve for controlling thereof.








 
 
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