How To Wage Marshmallow Battles


Are you ready and geared up for your next marshmallow battle? If not then perhaps it is time to revamp your arsenal with some marshmallow crossbows, launchers and guns. Both your average marshmallow shooter and your double barreled madness will be included here. Now it is time to get started so that we can send you off into the office battlefield of sugary warfare.


1. Marshmallow crossbow
Let’s start right off the bat with this marshmallow crossbow. Funny I shot a bow and arrow for the first time in years today at a college meeting. But I digress, this

“toy” can launch your fluffy camp fire snacks upwards of 30 feet, just enough to get your friend across the tent. You can expect one of these to cost you around 20 bucks.


2. Double Barreled Marshmallow crossbow
Perhaps a single marshmallow projectile wasn’t enough for you. No you need something for bigger and grown up kids. You need the double barreled crossbow. This weapon has a maximum ammo capacity of 50 adorable mini marshmallows and allows you to fire 2 at a time at up to 30 feet. You can have this for only $2 more than the single barreled low capacity cross mentioned before, not bad for double the action.


3. Marshmallow shooter (gun)
Perhaps you don’t feel like role playing as an archer, perhaps you want something a bit more modern, a gun maybe. The product really show be called marshmallow gun, but hey I don’t name these things. The gun can hold up to 20 mini marshmallows – I swear none of these launchers ever carry bigger ammunition – and can once again fire them up to 30 feet. These can also be bought for $20, it’s like they all had an agreement to make all their marshmallow products around 20 dollars.


4. Double Barreled Shooter
Yup of course, if it existed there’s going to be a double barreled version. Like


its crossbow counterpart it also holds a maximum capacity of 50 mini marshmallows and has a range of 30 feet, I told you that they all shoot at 30 feet. However this is going to be the black sheep of the group; costing $35 the double barreled marshmallow shotgun – it even has the cliché Hollywood shotgun spread, while also looking like a shotgun – will leave a striking dent in your wallet.

 


So if you’re done reading and are ready to enter the battlefield go out and purchase one for your kid and one for yourself. If you don’t have any children then go Rambo style with the extra marshmallow launcher.

If you’d like other cool stuff then check out the links below:
3 star wars themed ice cube trays

3 delicious looking soap bars

Awesome ice cube chess set

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