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Building a Molten Metal Squirt Gun Is the Worst Way to Stay Cool This Summer

Shortly after the Super Soaker was first released in 1990, it became surrounded with controversy about hooligans allegedly filling the toy with harmful chemicals. But if that sounds dangerous, just imagine how local news stations would freak out over a squirt gun that blasts molten liquid metal. Read More >>

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Crazy Japanese Inventor Builds Lethal Water Gun

When the Super Soaker was released 25 years ago, it stirred up a bit of controversy when some idiots filled the water guns with bleach. But that’s nothing compared to how dangerous this pressurised H2O water cannon that YouTuber Asp built. It’s capable of inflicting a tremendous amount of damage, even serious bodily harm if pointed in the wrong direction. Read More >>

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Nerf’s Summer 2014 Super Soakers: Water Load of Fun

Nerf's latest round of Super Soakers blast further and more accurately than ever when it's water fightin' time, as you might expect. But we put them through their paces just in case. Read More >>

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Former NASA Engineer Turned Super Soaker Inventor Just Got Very Rich

Lonnie Johnson's having a good week. The former NASA engineer just won $73 (£45) million in a royalties dispute with the toymaker Hasbro for inventing the Super Soaker, the coolest toy you ever had growing up. The lawsuit also covered royalties for Nerf which Johnson also masterminded because he is awesome. Read More >>

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The Super Soaker Was Invented by a Former NASA Engineer

Long ago and far away in a place called the 1990s, a man with a dream and a uniquely excellent knowledge of fluid dynamics decided to quit his day job designing rocket ships and design the world's best ever water gun instead. For that, we thank you Lonnie Johnson. Read More >>

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The Super Soaker Lightning Storm Is a Water-Blasting Tommy Gun

Nostalgia nothing, where were badass Super Soakers like this when I was a kid? Read More >>