Wham-O SnowBall Blaster

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The winter season isn’t all bad. Sure we have to bundle up layers deep in heavy clothing, but the epic snowball fights that go down during these colder months are one hell of a time. Next time you hit the snowy battlefield, do so with a this Wham-O SnowBall Blaster.

Typically during a snowball fight you have to scoop up a pile of snow, pack it tight, and tire your arm out by chucking piles of snow at your friends (or foes). Forget all that. This toy blaster can launch softball sized snowballs up to 50 feet away with very little effort. The blaster will form 3 balls. All you have to do is place one of the balls on the muzzle, pull back on the slingshot, and fire away. The hard plastic construction is guaranteed for life, and seeing that it doesn’t utilize batteries like many other blasters out there, you’ll never be stuck without fire power in a dire situation. [Purchase]

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