Which is best buzz bee gun (non battery powered)

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Post by 83-1154123461 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 11:50 am

Scince all the hasbro guns aren't that good, i would like to know which buzz bee water warrior is the best (any year as long as still distributed). The site is here
plus, i would like to know what class they are in (cps, air, piston, etc)




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Post by Striker » Tue Aug 01, 2006 12:02 pm

I'd vote for the Blazer. It's a CPS class gun which is about the same as a MD-6000 size. The only annoying thing is that it has an electronic power meter, that you activate everytime you pump.

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Post by Adrian » Tue Aug 01, 2006 12:13 pm

No, the Blazer is not MXD-6000 sized. It is quite a bit bigger. The electronic power meter can be deactivated by removing the batteries.

I'd vote for the Pirahna. I think it's the perfect size. Next up would be the Blazer. The Krypton and Scorpion are also extremely worthy blasters. Depends on what you want it for, I guess.

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Post by Rook » Tue Aug 01, 2006 1:29 pm

What do you mean by "battery powered"? Do you mean that it needs batteries to work, or that it doesn't use batteries at all? If it's the latter, I'd go for the Argon.
My Armoury: Storm 750, CPS 4100, Triple Aggressor, Blazer, SI Flash Flood (Nozzle Drilled), 100 oz. Aquapack, MONSTER X (2002), WW Argon, A.R.M. 4000 XL, MI Defender, MI Helix, Water Weapons Waveblast, CPS 2700

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Post by 83-1154123461 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 1:40 pm

i would want something for good offense, but also an able sniper. i wouldn't want one purely for power, and if it's a tie i would say either the one with more nozzles/modes:)

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Post by ZOCCOZ » Tue Aug 01, 2006 10:28 pm

Rook wrote:What do you mean by "battery powered"? Do you mean that it needs batteries to work, or that it doesn't use batteries at all? If it's the latter, I'd go for the Argon.

He means that the Blazer has an electronic pressure meter that indicates how much pressure the Blazer has. If you take out the batteries, you won't have a working pressure meter, but you can still shoot. The electroic pressure meter is WW's gimmick on their CPS soakers.

i would want something for good offense, but also an able sniper. i wouldn't want one purely for power, and if it's a tie i would say either the one with more nozzles/modes:)

The Blazer shoots up to 40 feet, which is the best you can do with todays retail soakars. It has alot of nozzles including a 25 feet shooting 5X-6X nozzle.
Power whise...well its 2006 so stores are all SOLD OUT of that since 2004. :;):




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Post by Rook » Tue Aug 01, 2006 10:48 pm

Oh sorry. I didn't mean for it to come out like that. Two ways to express it must have mixed. What I meant to say was: Do you mean that you don't want them to use batteries at all, or that you don't want them to need batteries to fire? Essentially what you said ZOCCOZ.
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Post by sbell25 » Wed Aug 02, 2006 12:00 am

I say get the Piranha. It's smaller, lighter and easier to hold than the Blazer, plus it gets slightly better range as well. The only reason to choose the Blazer is if you want more capacity, I guess.

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Post by dandoodatrite » Thu Aug 03, 2006 7:19 pm

Well, i'd say the Blazer, but actually, i found a website that sells the Blazer, but more importantly, the Super Soaker XP 310!!!! brand new, I didn't know it was still being made! - I suggest it while it is in stock...

Hamleys - Super Soaker XP 310
Hamleys - Blazer // Water Warriors
Hamleys - Scorpion // Water Warriors

There ya go :;):
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Post by whoever » Fri Aug 04, 2006 8:35 am

how do u buy it with american money?;)

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Post by dandoodatrite » Fri Aug 04, 2006 10:58 am

well, you take it to the checkout, then when you register, you can choose USA and ur Zip code, then it should work out in dollars ;)
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Post by Rook » Fri Aug 04, 2006 10:20 pm

I recall WaterWolf saying shipping was $120 USD. So it's a no- go. It should be out next year, don't worry.
My Armoury: Storm 750, CPS 4100, Triple Aggressor, Blazer, SI Flash Flood (Nozzle Drilled), 100 oz. Aquapack, MONSTER X (2002), WW Argon, A.R.M. 4000 XL, MI Defender, MI Helix, Water Weapons Waveblast, CPS 2700

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