Xploderz XRanger 2000 waterball Blaster guns offer a bit more range than the other Xploderz guns plus a foldable bipod, flip up site, and a shoulder stock for improved accuracy. Shoot exploding water balls about 85 feet! Yes Xploderz XRanger 2000 are awesome fun to fire at each other, but they are also great for target practice. Just set up a few targets and you can have your very own shooting range. The XRanger 2000 measures a huge 3 feet long and uses safe and nontoxic H2grow ammo. Xploderz XRanger 2000 guns shoot real water balls that explode and soak upon impact. The ammunition looks like paintballs, but do not hurt when hit by one making Xploderz safe fun for the entire family. Buy XRanger 2000 today and receive 1 Xploderz ammo clip, 1 ammo depot (makes and holds up to 500 rounds), and 2000 Xploderz ammo with each gun purchased.
If you play with airsoft guns or Nerf guns you will really like Xploderz XRanger 2000 water blasters as they shoot about 85 feet with no bbs or foam to clean up. Plus the ammo is environmentally friendly so your backyard will feel no pain. In fact, the water balls act as natural soil moisteners and were originally invented to help keep golf courses hydrated. With Xploderz you get to make your own ammunition by growing the H2Grow water balls yourself. Don't worry, it does not take long to make extra water balls and we do suggest that you keep some extra around in case you feel like having an all day Xploderz neighborhood battle. Remember you can get creative and color the water balls with food coloring, put on some white shirts, and get ready for another level of Xploderz fun.
The H2Grow Ammo starts out as "grains", but after soaking them in water for a few hours, they expand to balls and are ready to be fired. Having a few extra clips around is a great idea. Still want more? Order today and get ammo clip and 200 rounds of H2Grow. Great toy Summer and all year long.
Wondering how you dispose of Xploderz Ammo? The best way is to crush them into the garden soil or grass. Do not dispose of Ammo in a drain. Did you know the same superabsorbent polymers are also planted under the sod in golf course to reduce water use? You too can save water by working your spent Ammo into the soil.