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Automatic Water Pistol

Phst! Phst! Phst! Phst!

Automatic Water Pistol

Phst! Phst! Phst! Phst!

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NEW Sig Sauer model

Waging watery warfare with some comedy soaker is all well and good. But there comes a time in every pretend warrior’s life when a more serious weapon is required. And here it is in the legendary shape of the AK47 Automatic Water Pistol.

Fully licensed by M.T. Kalashnikov, creator of the ubiquitous AK47 assault rifle, this high powered water blaster is guaranteed to give you the edge in all kinds of soggy battle scenarios.

Battery operated, the motorised AK47 does away with all that exhausting pumping business. Simply load (okay, fill) the removable ammo clip and pull the trigger. Before you can say ‘Major General Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov (try saying that with a mouthful of H20),’ this nifty hand cannon will start spewing water ‘bullets’ at a frankly scary rate of four per second.

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Insert 4x AA batteries

Slide button to remove cartridge

Fill cartridge with water and
you're ready!

With a range of up to eight metres, the AK47 Automatic Water Pistol will make (sopping wet) mincemeat of your opponents, even if they are beating a hasty retreat. And because the ammo clip is removable you won’t waste time trying to wedge your weapon under the tap when it’s time to reload. Speaking of time, this gorgeously engineered shooter will fire its entire 300ml capacity in 60 seconds. It’s totally relentless!
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Spewing water ‘bullets’ at a rate of four per second

Thanks to its transparent casing you can see the AK47’s fascinating auto-fire mechanism every time you let rip (with the pistol, not your backside – although the latter remains a distinct possibility with a blaster this exciting). Best of all, the AK47’s iconic styling is familiar to every wannabe water combatant in the world, so it’s sure to have enemies quaking in their wellies. You vill lose. Phst! Phst! Phst! Phst!

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Product Features:
  • Fully motorised; No pumping required
  • Shoots 4 bullets of water every second
  • Safety switch
  • Clear casing to see the auto-fire mechanism
  • Volume: 300ml
  • Time to empty clip : 60 seconds
  • Range: Up to 6 metres
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately: 35cm(L) x 23cm(H) x 4.5cm(W)
Power:
  • 4 x AA Batteries – not included
Contents:
  • 1 x Automatic Water Pistol
  • 1 x Water Clip Cartridge
  • Suitable for Ages 8-16yrs
  • Customer Reviews

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    Its great! when all the local kids had a water fight I was the top don my ak47 was destroying everyone, and was very accurate, I say this is your moneys worth and great for battles.
    Coolbox, Glasgow - 11th August 2011
    For Norman UK. I got our AK47 to scare off cats in the garden and it works a treat. After a couple of times they are even scared by the sound. Great with little relatives too!
    Adrian, Bristol - 9th June 2011
    Where do you buy it from?
    Hetti, Longfield - 28th April 2011
    Firebox says: Just click 'buy' at the top of the page and then go into the checkout at the top right hand side.
    Why does it take so long to reload?
    Ollie W, Somerset - 24th April 2011
    Firebox says: Sorry to hear that Ollie, I hope this hasn't resulted in a soaking for you.
    Toying with the idea of using this water gun to frighten off cats. My wife is allergic to them and spends a lot of time in her garden. Fair comments please!
    Norman, U.K. - 25th March 2011
    Which is better the Sigsauer or AK47.
    Barney Hedgecoe, Huntingdon - 9th March 2011
    Firebox says: Anybody?
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