Sneak Attack Sneak Attack has four different nozzles all which fire large amounts of water. Being the earliest Super Soaker ever released, it suffered from many reliability issues and commonly broke due to the poor pump. It was renamed in as the Super Soaker 100 and this version was discontinued. This was one of the most major upgrades yet. Generation 7 Super Soaker 50: 20th Anniversary Edition Year Released: Available? Quick Blast The Quick Blast is an air pressure-type blaster with a capacity of 1 liter. It continued to be called the 100 in Europe for a longer period of time.
Anyhow, this is the July 22, 2000 wall. There have been rumors that a gold version of this generation was given out to Larami employees, however there is no facts for this. It is charged by pumping it 20 times, and fires a thin stream of water at the pull of the trigger. The only other change was a newer trigger to prevent breaks. When the trigger is pulled, a valve is opened and the compressed air pushes the water out of the nozzle. How am I supposed to hide in a bush properly camouflaged with a bright green and yellow gun? They also brought back the use of pressurized reservoir systems in medium-sized blasters.
I played paintball and airsoft for many years and admit the new Nerfs surprised me. Don't force it to hard or it will break. This was the only generation to have a color swap. As the water is pumped in, the air sitting inside becomes compressed. Regular line Flash Flood The Flash Flood has two nozzles a high powered stream and the flash flood nozzle which blasts out over 300 ml per a blast. Rattler A blaster that is more compact than the Shot Blast, yet can still shoot water up to 25 feet. The Thunderstorm's firing range is 25 feet.
In 1991 it achieved commercial success under its new name, Super Soaker. This particular blaster is shrouded in mystery as very few copies are known to exist. Rate of fire-to-water supply ratio quite good and can last a fairly long time though water yield is low. While this blaster was spring-powered, this pistol-sized blaster used a system different from the previous two. The traditional head on angle.
It is designed so that water is pumped from the reservoir into an empty plastic container. It is generally perceived to be more powerful than the original Super Soaker 50, but was discontinued shortly after release. In addition, the new version comes with a detachable scope. Bottle Shot The Bottle Shot is a pump-action blaster with a firing distance of up to 20 feet. Crossover promotional products Many Super Soaker blasters are marketed to promote other film and comic book franchises such as those below.
It was one of the first air pressure water blasters, most of the previous blasters being piston-based, and was much more powerful than others around it. The prototype combined , , and an empty plastic. I finally solved the space problem, sorta. The stretched rubber exerts a constant pressure on the water, giving the blaster a thick and constant stream throughout the entire shot. Overall, the Aqua Shock series' performance were similar to models released in the previous couple of years.
In 2012, Super Soaker made two motorized water guns: The Lightningstorm, a reproduction of the Thunderstorm with added accessories, and the Electrostorm, a smaller motorized gun. When the trigger is pulled, the pressurized air forces water out of the reservoir. The first Super Soaker blasters utilized manually pressurized air to shoot water with greater power, range, and accuracy than conventional squirt pistols. Point Break The Point Break is the smallest blaster from 2011. Hydro Cannon The Hydro Cannon is a large pump-action blaster that comes with a blast shield, which can be attached to other Nerf and Super Soaker blasters equipped with tactical rails. The Super Soaker was invented in 1982 by engineer. The Max-D guns introduced newer technologies, including ball valves for the trigger to maximize flow.
The brand first used separate air pressure in 1991 on the Super Soaker 100 and has since used the technology in many other water guns. . In November, Hasbro won its patent case against Buzz Bee with the latter banned from producing certain water guns. This version had a non-removable reservoir and instead had a tethered cap in which you would remove to put water. Soaker Wars This line of Super Soaker blasters is painted in red or blue for competition wars. Hasbro has implemented the Constant Pressure System in Super Soaker blasters a number of times since completing the of in 2002.
It was immensly popular due to it being relatively cheap and easy to fire unlike other water guns at the time. The barrel rotates when the blaster is pumped, firing a spinning stream of water. This is the wall from a head-on perspective where I stand in the same spot I took the old pictures from. It was only around for a short time before being renamed again the following year, so it is very rare nowadays. I've broken up the perimeter shot into three different photos because a collage type thing wasn't working. The reservoir is first partially filled with water, then air is forced in under pressure.