Double Barrel Shooter
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- This clever, pump-action device fires miniature marshmallows approximately 30 feet
- This shooter has two magazines that hold 25 marshmallows each (marshmallows not included)
- Great for outdoor and indoor play
- Top-rack, dishwasher safe to clean
- Provides a soft, hearty laugh on impact
- Join the party and pass the marshmallows, it’s time to battle hard and play soft
- Shoots 50 mini Marshmallows for rapid fire
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Safely shoot toy guns inside or outside the house with the Marshmallow Double Barrel Shooter. This gun uses a sugary confection as its ammo, for a harmless way to have fun. A simple pull-and-push firing method allows for rapid-fire shooting, and double barrels mimic the style of a Gatling gun. Both barrels can go in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. Because this gun is relatively mess-free, kids ages 6 and up can enjoy playing with this gun indoors and outdoors.
Single-Pump Action is Easy to Operate
The operation of the gun is simple and straightforward: Pull the handle back while holding the barrel with your other hand, then push the handle in to shoot the marshmallows. This pump-action movement launches an individual marshmallow from each barrel alternately, in the fashion of a Gatling gun.
The blue handle is constructed with an open finger grip and finger grooves and can be used by either right- or left-handed kids.
Double Barrels for Fast Shooting Action
With two barrels, this toy gun has double the power of a regular marshmallow gun. The dual barrels allow for fast, continuous shooting as they alternately release a marshmallow. The magazines hold up to 20 marshmallows each, so kids can get plenty of shots in before stopping to reload. Because they are dishwasher-safe, these barrels are also easy to clean.
Marshmallows Allow Indoor and Outdoor Play
Fill the barrels of this gun with soft, edible marshmallows for hours of fun. Unlike a water gun, marshmallow guns are in season all year long. The sugary confections make a relatively small mess, so kids can bring the fun indoors when the weather turns cold.
The packaging states that the gun can shoot the marshmallows up to 30 feet, but our testers were only able to shoot the marshmallows approximately 10 to 15 feet. The type of marshmallow may impact how far the gun can shoot.
What's in the Box
Marshmallow Double Barrel gun, two removable barrels, and instructions.
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Top Customer Reviews
For one, it shoots marshmallows. This one in particular shoots mini marshmallows. It shoots any brand of mini marshmallow, so ammo is cheap and easily available at any supermarket (unless they stop making mini marshmallows, which I doubt will ever happen). So you don't have to worry about trolling your local toy store or the Internet for more ammo like you would have to with most other blasters. You can get the cheaper store brand marshmallows and it works just as fine as any other pricier brand. And since there's hundreds of mini marshmallows in a single bag, you have a lot more ammo to use as long as you keep them fresh. You also don't have to wait for it to snow like with the snowball blasters. You can play year-round!
This model looks like a double-barrel shotgun, so you can easily picture yourself as an Old West sheriff or outlaw doling out sugary justice on your foes.
Since it shoots soft, pillowy marshmallows, you don't have to worry much about getting hurt. They do shoot out rather quickly and it's not recommended to shoot at anyone's face, but I can't imagine getting hurt very badly by a salvo of flying marshmallows. Since this particular blaster shoots out several marshmallows at a single time, don't be surprised to find a small mess on the floor. Be prepared to clean up your spent ammo either with a broom or by simply eating them (though that also isn't recommended, the "30-second rule" can probably be applied here). Carpets may end up with marshmallow goo embedded in them if you step on the spent ammo, so do take that into consideration. If playing outside in your yard, simply turn on the sprinklers afterwards to dissolve the spent mallows in the grass.
There is no need for costly batteries with this model either. You just load the tubes with marshmallows, point the blaster toward the ground as you pull back on the handle (so the marshmallows are right up against the front nozzle of the blaster), aim, and fire! This blaster holds 50 marshmallows, the most of all the marshmallow blasters in the line. The only downsides to this blaster is that you go through your loaded ammo very quickly (I counted 11 marshmallows fired on a single pump) and reloading is rather time-consuming. But it is very fun to use once it's loaded and ready to play.
I've heard of issues about marshmallows getting stuck in the gun, but I haven't experienced that problem yet. Keeping the ammo tubes clean is fairly easy and may remedy shooting issues, just rinse and let them air-dry. I think they are even machine-washable too, but don't take my word on that one.
So of all the blasters on the market today, this is easily one of the safer, most convenient, and cost-effective ones you will find.
These people that are talking about it breaking and getting jammed aren't using it correctly. Of course if you put a marshmallow that's a little bigger than most mini marshmallow it's gonna get stuck. Just keep pumping it or take a bobby pin and get it out, no problem. And of course if you're playing outside the marshmallows are gonna melt and get sticky and glop together, that's just common sense. It does shoot out quite a few in one pump, but that doesn't make it any less fun. It's made very sturdily and if the gun breaks while you're using it, you're playing too roughly, sit down.
Buy it, buy it, buy it.
This is an awesome toy and even my 2.5 YO nephew was able to operate it and have marshmallow wars with the big boys.