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List Price $14.99, Orig.Price $9.99 Save $2.00 (20%)
This 500 count bag of ammo for your PaperShooter blaster ensures you'll be ready for a day of fun! Before battle commences, the 'soft- splat' ammo is soaked in water to ensure a satisfying splat, then carefully placed into each shell. The shells are then loaded into the magazine. Lock it up and you're ready to go! The 'soft-splat' ammo will stick to the target so you always know what you've hit! Cleaner than spitballs... more accurate than watermelon seeds... and exploding with fun that leaves you with a smile every time!
Item Code: PS-0220 [PY-P-1300]
|Ammo Type||Soft-splat Ammo|
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Things I liked: A lot easier to use then making them with the moulds.
Things I would have changed: As always, could be cheaper.
What others should know: Get a few packs. By the time you use those up, you'll probably be tired of the mess and fooling around with guns. Kids on the other hand may well like making the spitwads with the moulds, and all the associated messing around. No telling how long the plastic guns will hold up.
Things I liked: These work awesome and can accept good coloring water
Things I would have changed: Bigger packets
What others should know: The mold they give you hasn't made anything as good as these for me... haven't tried newspapers yet but just about every other type
Things I liked: The consistency/quality of the paper shooter projectiles.
Things I would have changed: Nothing I can think of...
What others should know: The "do it yourself" kit die can get pretty close to these projectiles for performance so you may want to weigh the decision to purchase over making them yourself.
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... i , too , am wondering what caliber these could (somewhat) be ... is it airsoft caliber (6mm) ??
The paper rounds a somewhat lager than 6mm.
what caliber would the manufactured paper wads be considered for projectile size. Could they be used in a .177 cal pellet gun?