Bally
Bow & Arrow

The pinball machine was released in November of 1975 and was designed by Greg Kmiec. The art work was done by Christian Marche. The backglass is beautiful.

This pinball machine was used to test early solid state design. 17 solid state Bow & Arrow's were produced.

The mechanical spinners are much different than solid state spinners and of course the chimes and sounds of all the mechanical parts make it a classic pinball experience.

Flyer

Bow and Arrow Photo Gallery

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Information from the Internet Pinball Database

Bow and Arrow / IPD No. 362 / November 25, 1974 / 4 Players

Manufacturer: Bally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983) [Trade Name: Bally]
Project Date: November 25, 1974
Date Of Manufacture: November, 1975
Model Number: 1033
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM)
Production: 7,630 units (confirmed)
Theme: American West
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (4), Kick-out holes (2), Rollunder spinners (2).
Design by: Greg Kmiec
Art by: Christian Marche
Notes: Norm Clark modified several games as a test of Solid State design.
Photos in:
Pinball: The Lure of the Silverball pp. 74
Pinball! pp. 94
Pinball Machines pp. 113
Encyclopedia of Pinball Volume 1, page 227
Mike Pacak's Pinball Flyer Reference Book A-F