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Tag: Water Gun

This Inflatable Pool Float Tank Has an Integrated Water Cannon

This Inflatable Pool Float Tank Has an Integrated Water Cannon
What better way to let everybody know who rules the pool than with a Pool Punisher (affiliate link), an inflatable pool float that looks like a tank and has an integrated pump-style water cannon that can shoot up to 50-feet.

DIY Splatoon Inkzooka Replica is Ready for Summer Turf Wars

DIY Splatoon Inkzooka Replica is Ready for Summer Turf Wars
Niconico member tono2 made replicas of the Inkzooka, Splat Charger and Splat Bomb from Splatoon. But since his Splat Charger is a prettied up water gun and his Splat Bomb is just a prop, the highlight of his tono2’s showcase is his hilariously powerful Inkzooka.

RPG-7 Bottle Launcher Will Eat Your Nerf Guns for Breakfast

RPG-7 Bottle Launcher Will Eat Your Nerf Guns for Breakfast
Bottle rockets are usually made in the likeness of rocket ships. The RPG-7’s ammo on the other hand, while still made of a bottle, imitates a different kind of rocket: the weaponized kind.

Squirt Umbrellas Collect Rain for Water Gun Chaos

Squirt Umbrellas Collect Rain for Water Gun Chaos
You probably never thought that you’d go back to playing in the rain again, now that you’re an adult. Designer Alex Woolley, however, has other plans. Fun plans.

Xploderz Water Pellet Gun: Best of Both Worlds

Xploderz Water Pellet Gun: Best of Both Worlds
While I don’t deny that paintball guns are fun, they can get quite messy which is why the Xploderz Water Pellet Guns look so cool. The ammo they shoot won’t make anyone too dirty, but you’ll get the same satisfaction as from paintball guns.

Gamestop Summer Fun Bundles: Wii, Water Guns, and Wtf?

Gamestop Summer Fun Bundles: Wii, Water Guns, and Wtf?
I’m not sure who decided that water guns and rubber duckies were just the thing to help sell the console that has never spent more than a few days at most sitting on the shelf, but that seems to be the thrust behind GameStop’s wacky new Wii bundles.