Nerf Super Soaker Scatter Blast
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- This powerful, pump-handle blaster features a five-nozzle blast to deliver five streams of water at your target!
- Use the flip-up sight to perfect your aim and the tactical rail to ready your shot.
- Then, pump the handle and unleash your multiple streams of water to douse your unsuspecting opponents up to 25 feet away!
- Pump-handle water blaster delivers five streams of water at once to soak your target to the max!
- Water blaster sends streams up to 25 feet away!
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|Item Dimensions||16.26 x 2.99 x 8.74 in||16.26 x 2.99 x 9.02 in||15.94 x 2.99 x 8.07 in||17.01 x 2.99 x 10 in|
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Top Customer Reviews
huge amount of water per shot
15-20 foot range
i got 40 shots before range started decreasing
i wish the pump length was a little longer
Overall, a great gun
The Hydro cannon is cool but over hyped. You get one fairly large blast with 20 pumps...
The Scatter Blast on the other hand is 1 pump per 5 jets of water! (up to 20 ft!!!)
Looks fantastic, C'mon a futuristic sawed off hand cannon = epicness (or any other dorky word you can make up)
Beautifully balanced, empty and even better full.
The pump action is nice and smooth, I've seen a 3 1/2 year old girl use it fairly well.
A few nitpicks...
If you let it run out of water completely, it will require a few priming pumps before it starts shooting water again.
Even thought it holds about 22 FL.OZ it empties out fairly fast (good thing?)
A fantastic water gun with a unique shape overshadowed by it's bigger but not so great brother the Nerf HC
About the Super Soaker SCATTER BLAST (shotgun) model:
The Scatter Blast is hands down my favorite in this line. It's perfect for close to medium range engagements. With each pump of the handle, the barrel blasts five strong streams of water in a narrow cone that reaches out to 15 - 20 feet. You can really wet someone down quickly with this compared to a single stream shooter, so it's great for defending a base or warding off a group of attackers. If you shoot someone at about 6 - 8 feet away, you will soak them with a large round wet spot about 12 - 16 inches in diameter wherever you're aiming. The capacity is pretty good too. You can expect to get about 40 shots from a full reservoir, which is excellent. I also like that there is no trigger or other moving parts (except the pump handle) so the gun feels very solid and should hold up for a very long time. There is an attachment rail for accessories and a flip up sight, but I'm not sure why you would need either one for a squirt gun fight. As far as I'm concerned, the rail looks cool, but I won't be adding accessories, and I never bother flipping up the front sight because there's no need to sight in on your target. Just aim in the general direction and pump!
Several other reviewers mentioned that their Scatter Blasts did not work and would not build pressure. When mine was new, I filled it completely full and pumped the handle about 30 times, but it did not squirt a single drop and it felt like the pump handle was not creating pressure at all. So I let a little water out of the reservoir and I tilted the gun at many different angles while continuing to pump. After about 50 pumps or so, it finally primed and began sucking and spitting water just fine. After that, it continued to work fine, refill after refill. I would guess, therefore, that on the first use it is possible for air to get trapped in the line and that this can persist long enough that some folks mistakenly think their gun is broken. Or perhaps there is some debris in the reservoir (a fleck of plastic or something) that needed to be jarred loose. In my case, it certainly wasn't broken, though the problem was very persistent at first. Anyway, I don't consider it a defect now.
- packs a real water punch (5 water streams on every shot)
- every pump is a shot so no trigger needed
- the harder you pump the longer the shot
- excellent water range
- a cap saver? cool!!!, you can't loose the cap, it can't be separated
- water runs out real fast (told you, it packs a punch)