Paper Shooters Zombie Slayer

Mar 29, 2016

Category: Entertainment

It’s one thing to pick up a toy gun from the store and just rain down foam-hell on your faux enemies, but it’s something else to have actually built that gun yourself. With toy guns like Paper Shooters’ Zombie Slayer, you get to take a little more pride in annoying your co-workers, because not only will you develop the aim to hit them from up to 65 feet away, you’ll be satisfied knowing that you molded the bullets and constructed the gun yourself.

From the air chamber, to the trigger system and interchangeable camo skins on the body of the gun – you’re responsible for putting this toy assault rifle together. Once you get it working, this fun office gadget features ejecting shells, 50 ‘soft-splat’ paper pellets, and a mold for creating as many pellets as you can before someone notices where all the printer paper has gone. Pick one up for yourself for just $40. [Purchase]

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