The Future of the Water Blaster

Water blaster concepts and dream designs for water guns and related equipment.
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Re: The Future of the Water Blaster

Postby thelaminator » Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:18 am

i came up with the idea while i was fiddling around with my 150 (classic ed. , orange and purple.) i thought that the tank AND pc could use the 90-degree twist system, but with a different, stronger type of threads. the nozzles would work like riot nozzles, except there would be more than one. grip already discussed.

EDIT: first post on second page!
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Re: The Future of the Water Blaster

Postby GJIV » Tue Dec 14, 2010 1:47 pm

martianshark wrote:That sounds cool. I might make a homemade like that sometime.


I am not sure, because my mother language is German, but can you say " make a homemade " ? Should not you say "build a homemade " ? It is just that my english teacher penalized me because I directly translated a german sentence and I wrote make a house :D

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Re: The Future of the Water Blaster

Postby martianshark » Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:28 pm

"Make" and "build" basically mean the same thing, but in some cases, it's better to use "build." This isn't one of them. Saying "make a house" isn't a very bad mistake, but it probably is better to say "build."
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Re: The Future of the Water Blaster

Postby GJIV » Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:54 pm

Let the soakness never end! :goofy:

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Re: The Future of the Water Blaster

Postby Nitro123PG » Fri Mar 11, 2011 10:54 pm

My predictions... 1. Buzz Bee Toys will finially eliminate Hasbro and Super Soaker from the market, and they will be making guns better than todays, but not CPS line guns except for a couple high end models. Most of their guns will be around CPS 1000 in size and performance. Super Soaker will still be around, but not much. Sites like iSoaker might not even acknowlodge the brand. 2. BBT slowly wears at Hasbro, and right when everyone thinks Hasbro is finially gone, they start actually making decent guns, and Hasbro and BBT will be locked in market battle, trying to sell their good quality guns. This will go on for years until someone finially wins. 3. Todays story will continue. I think number 1. is the most likely story, and 2. is the least likely.


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