Category Archives: Outdoor Toys

Top Water Guns (Part III)

These water guns exceed the standard expectations or fun.


Release your inner Daryl from Walking Dead or go old school with your crossbow style water gun. An amazing blaster moves a streak of water close to 30 feet. Open up the arms on the side to see the possibility of its triple strike streams. Switch to three jets does reduce the reach of your firepower. You don’t have to use this as the primary soaker in any semi-serious game, though, it’s perfect in taking the monotony away from plant watering.


This Quickdraw exotic-looking blaster has a big capacity tank that can be swiftly taken off and on for quick refills. Also, it shoots more than 15 feet in range, making it a commanding long-range choice. It’s heavy and big when filled so it isn’t recommended for very little children. Though, with a reliable, solid build and effortless pump-action firing mechanism, it lets anyone who can carry it deliver severe drenchings on demand.


If soaking your enemy isn’t enough for you, then you must think about the Super Soaker DartFire. It not only fires jets of water at your foes but Nerf darts as well. You don’t receive a lot of darts to fire. Though you can change modes and once your opponent is completely soaked, you can finish him or her off with a foamy coup de grâce.



If you’re trying to fill regular balloons with water in the past, then you’re already halfway to the buy button. Whilst the pleasure of hearing the drop of normal latex water-filled sphere is gratifying enough, the method of loading it is tedious.

Step up Bunch o Balloons, three bunches in each pack, complete with a part for hose attaching. Just cut on the tap and watch them fill up, get all done in under 60 seconds. This replenishing speed signifies you can now depend on them as part of your tactical water warfare arsenal.


Top Water Guns (Part II)

Super soak your enemies.


An impressive piece of plastic this one, with the Surge Mega Hydro measuring at more than four feet high with the telescopic legs completely extended. Hook one of these up to your garden hose and you have a limitless amount of ammo. Just squeeze the trigger to soak anything. Whilst the 360-degree swiveling turret gives all-round cover your vaguely cumbersome H20 artillery leaves you open to a slight attack by handheld water gun-toting enemies. Perfect for recreating machine gun film parts under the guise of watering your lawn.


So you’ve no desire about joining the eco-warriors. Though, of course, you desire to do your bit. Here’s a place to begin honing your green credentials: a water blaster that utilizes all manners of screw-top plastic bottles to reload. It is furnished with one with a tiny 400ml capacity, but it is time to go big. Go get yourself a few of those three-litter bottles. Or, buy one amazing fizzy pop and after discharging it the usual way, you’ve got a good-sized tank to get the soaking going. This blaster could add a fascinating layer to many age-old tricks.


Transporting Super Soaker design off in a new direction is where you get this interesting looking piece. Also, by interesting we’re alluding to things commendable of a double take from others, like a pair of colored shoes. Yes, this blaster was put into a fashion parade. As well as offering a good stream of water output created from the handle on top. It commands a specific amount of swank. Folks have tried to walk usually with this in hand. Though no, it will just have you walking with a tilt.

Top Water Guns (Part I)

These water guns will bring out the most fun.

Super Soakers, huh? Water way to have a fabulous time.

On the very hot days that are getting to be the norm for summer, nothing beats having a top water gun and soaking friends and foes on a blazing afternoon.

There are numerous great Super Soakers now. Regardless of what type or size you desire on the market, here is a selection of the absolute best.

There are compact, small, very portable shooters, heavy-duty water blasters for accurate long-range assaults, and even garden hose-connected H20 artillery ones for when you desire to take down a whole group of enemies.

Therefore, if you’re presently in the market for a topnotch water gun, then keep reading to learn about the best selection of hardware.


Sending a solid stream of H20 a good eight meters or so, this blaster can form the foundation of your aqua unleashing arsenal. The pump-action puts the flow in motion and with a good two-liter capacity targets will get wetter than your clothes in the rinse cycle. This Super Soaker is also the highly entertaining and perfect method of discouraging un-wanted critters from your lawn. No, this isn’t referring to your backyard barbecue guests.


After a laidback “would you like ice with that” remark from the host of the yearly Super Soaker creative team’s BBQ, one person still had his work hat on. Within days, the Freezefire was made, a jumbo filler cap in which to put cubes of ice and the capability to send an icy cold stream during water gun wars. It’s a neat little Super Soaker and one little enough to take into a surprise soaking session. It is quite possible to turn this one into a container to pour sangria.

Homemade Toys and Games


Tic-Tac-Toss Game

Take the game of Xs and Os in the yard with a huge, large version.

On a flat surface, tape strips of duct tape to a shower curtain liner. Use additional tape to create Xs on four heavyweight plastic plates. You’ll want four more plates for the Os.

To play, make a throw line, then follow the rules of tic-tac-toe. If your disk goes off the board, in an already-claimed square, or centered on a line, throw it again.

Spinning Disk Toy

Thread two buttons into a 2-foot length of string, then tie it into a loop. Grabbing each end of the loop, whirl the buttons around to put them around the string. Tug your hands apart to spin the buttons, then let the string go limp so that they rewind and spin. Repeat the movements to get the buttons moving faster.

Stand-up Dinosaur Toys

Display who’s boss with this cleverly designed bipedal model of four-legged dinosaurs. Download an online template, draw the shapes on cereal box cardboard, and then cut them out. Paint all sides and let them dry, then slot them together.

Make-Your-Own Checkers Game

Tape turns a plastic bag into a game board that contains handmade playing pieces.

Cover a gallon-size plastic freezer bag with overlying strips of a single color of duct tape. Fold a strip of tape lengthwise over each edge. Make sure not to take over the opening. Stick strips of a second color of tape to parchment paper. Gage and cut 32 11-inch squares. Begin under the zipper, put the squares on the bag in an 8X8 grid. For checkers, wrap 1-inch wood disks with two colors of duct tape, 12 of each color. Trim the tape.

With homemade games, having fun with your children doesn’t have to cost a fortune, or anything at all for that matter.