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Classic Bow and Mallow

Victory is sweet (and squishy)

Classic Bow and Mallow

Victory is sweet (and squishy)

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The bow

Just add marshmallows!

Throwing marshmallows at people has got to be the most infantile activity known to man, right? Wrong, because firing them from a bow is even sillier. And seeing as it’s infinitely more effective, we’ve decided to ship in a load of Classic Bow and Mallows for your squishy projectile-flinging pleasure. Doing!

Ideal for getting medieval on thine enemy, this powerful sweetie slinger holds 25 mini marshmallows in its tubular magazine, so you won’t need a quiver as you embark upon your campaign of sugary terror. Better still, it fires its squashy ammo up to 30ft. ‘In your face, Sir Guy of Gisbourne!’

Simply pull back the bow to create a build-up of air pressure in the ammo chamber, aim and release. Splat! You can even fire off a relentless mallow barrage, Legolas styley. Growing a stupid wrestling style mullet is entirely optional (although let’s face it, you’re clearly not particularly image conscious if you’re getting excited at the thought of running around firing marshmallows at co-workers).

animation: Rik firing bow

The bow will shoot up to 25 mini marshmallows over 30ft without reloading!

put the bow together

Quick and easy to assemble

Needless to say things can get pretty sticky in the heat of full-on marshmallow battle so thank goodness the Bow and Mallow’s transparent ammo mag is dishwasher safe. ‘Oh this? It’s just a piece off my chemistry set dear. You wouldn’t understand.’

Granted, in these Nerf-raddled times, firing confectionery from a comedy bow might seem a tad old-fashioned – and it is – but who cares about that when you’re about to save Maid Marian (okay, Deidre from accounts) from the clutches of the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. ‘Hark, incoming marshmallow!’

parts in the kit

The bow comes apart for easy storage, but is quickly put back together for a stealthy marshmallow assault!

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A great game for summer camping trips

Please note:
  • CAUTION: Do not shoot into mouth, eyes or face. Do not eat marshmallows after shooting
  • Ammo is not included (shoots mini-marshmallows available as an accessory)
  • For ages 6+
  • Dishwasher safe
  • The marshmallow shooter should be cleaned after each clog
  • Requires assembly (takes about 5 minutes)
Features:
  • Rapid repeat fire - shoots over 30 feet!
  • Holds up to 25 mini-marshmallows for non-stop action
  • Little Becky Mini Marshmallows are recommended for this product, available seperately. Our pack is 280 grams which is approximately 400 mini marshmallows
Dimensions:
  • Approximately - 86.4 cm(H) x 35.6 cm(W) (fully assembled)

Customer Reviews

Excuse me, the question was 'why can't you eat them after shooting them?'.
Anon, Ireland - 16th May 2012
Firebox says: Our apologies for misunderstanding your question first time round. You can eat them, we just wouldn't recommend it. We suppose it just all depends on where you have been firing them and if you want to risk it or not.
I ordered the mallow bow as a gift for my boyfriend's birthday along with Little Becky marshmallows, however when we opened it the marshmallows were very sticky and were just one big lump. I managed to seperate them and dust them with some cornflour to keep them seperate but the bow keeps on jamming up anyway and is quite disappointing.
Tracey, Southampton - 6th May 2012
Firebox says: Sorry to hear that Tracey, drop us a line with your order details to info@firebox.coma and we will look into what we can do for you.
Does this work with any brand of mini-marshmallow? Thanks :).
Anthony, Lincoln - 11th December 2011
Firebox says:
Will you be getting any more marshmallow guns as I know there are more you can get???
James, England - 26th June 2011
Firebox says: We do the Marshmallow Blaster as well, http://www.firebox.com/product/1288/Marshmallow-Blaster, but have no plans for any more just yet.
Why cant u eat them after shooting them?
Greg Ross, East Kilbride, Scotland - 30th April 2011
Firebox says: Yes
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