Beware the bullet spaces. If you land on one of these, you are out of the game.
A bullet shell pawn created and recycled from an actual bullet.
Oh Shoot! game box.
The bottom of the game box.
Game instructions are printed on the top of the inside lid.
Rapid Fire cards test players knowledge on gun ownership in Canada, The United States, Japan, The United Kingdom, and Australia. Players must take from the Rapid Fire pile of the country that he or she is in.
Anatomy cards quiz players knowledge on the structure of a gun or the category of it.
Chance cards present players with a gun-related scenario that will either help them advance on the board or go back.
Ever wonder how Americans became so divided on gun control legislation? This board game presents the controversial topic from an objective viewpoint. Discover how the United States and other countries around the world handle gun ownership by moving around the board and traveling from country to country.
The boxed game includes a board, 1 die, 6 bullet shell pawns, 100 Rapid Fire cards, 50 Chance cards, 25 Anatomy cards, and instructions. Each country has its own stack of Rapid Fire cards and these help players learn about the gun culture and practices within the country they are moving through. The Chance cards provide a player with a situation that moves them forward or backwards. Finally, the Anatomy cards help players understand the physical makeup and practices of a gun.
Heavy research went into the development of the content and strategy of the game. It is an educational tool to help adults and high school students understand how gun ownership is handled around the world.