When talking to a new or even semi-seasoned casual water gun user about the options available, I often hear many of the following thoughts:
“I like this water gun. It’s simple to use and shoots with every pump!”
“I don’t like water guns that I have to pump so many times before it will even work. Talk about being slow to respond when someone is attacking you!”
“This pump-action water blaster gets basically as much range as that pressurized water blaster. Why should I spend more and not get any real range advantage?”
When there is time to explain and show side-by-side comparison of pump-action version pressurized water blaster performance, most will understand the advantage of pressure. However, anyone have additional ideas on how to better inform others on why we should really demand more pressurized water guns from manufacturers and retailers alike?