Super Soaker

Nerf Super Soaker Tri Strike Crossbow

When I was a kid we had water guns.  Tiny little things that leaked all over the place, had a range of about 6 feet and held what seemed like less than a mouth full of water.  Everything changed in 1989 with the release of the first Super Soaker.  Super Soakers ushered in an era click to continue...

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Super Soaker ElectroStorm

Back when I was a kid, mixing water and electricity was generally frowned upon. This meant if we wanted to douse our friends in a water gun fight we had to pump or pull a trigger repeatedly until our fingers almost fell off.  Today Nerf has figured out how to create battery operated water guns click to continue...

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This is part of our series - The Outsider's Guide to the Top Toys for 2011. Please make sure to read the rest of the toy reviews in our Top Toys for 2011 Guide. Some things are just begging to get shot - targets, the side of the house, your sister's dolls, your sister, the click to continue...

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Nerf Super Soaker Thunderstorm

I remember way back in the day - back when you used to pull a trigger on a water gun and little squirts of water came out.  Then along came the Super Soaker, and water guns became water cannons - blasting enough water to put out a forest fire.  The only catch was instead of click to continue...

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