ferven toys Electric Gel Ball Blaster;

Posted by ilroin on March 7th, 2013

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Laundrie said:

No worries. I’ll keep an eye out for the .CS5.1.1 for testing purposes, but I don’t know if it’ll ever make it to the main store.

Brian Bosworth’s Electric Gel Ball Blaster This gun looks exactly like the original .CS5 but it’s called a Power Gel Ball Blaster. Brian Bosworth’s Electric Gel Ball Blaster Ferven toys Electric Gel Ball Blaster.
tfw your power gel balls bounce at max and bring 2 brians together and explode with the original power gel balls but your power gel balls do way more damage and the noise is really loud and you get brian’s of their power gel balls.

I’ll do my best to findĀ  decent version of this.

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Edit:

Some who read the description on the ad may think it’s worth a try. For a different take, check out the source of this ad.
www.brianbrosworth.com/
Very nice brian brosworth
Anyways, I did purchase this because the ad is legit and at the time it was still in stock at a local Walmart. What most of us noticed is it was a whole lot shorter than advertised in the ad. It’s not entirely safe to fire this around young children. I’ll keep an eye out for updates to test the difference in power and durability.

Most electric gel balls will eventually break from repeated firing.

I’d stick with a power gel ball gun if I was just looking for the cheapest version. It’s all the power you could ever want in a cheap piece of crap. Just throw it away when you’re done. brian bosworth Anyways, I did purchase this because the ad is legit and at the time it was still in stock at a local Walmart. What most of us noticed is it was a whole lot shorter than advertised in the ad. It’s not entirely safe to fire this around young children. I’ll keep an eye out for updates to test the difference in power and durability. Most electric gel balls will eventually break from repeated firing. I’d stick with a power gel ball gun if I was just looking for the cheapest version. It’s all the power you could ever want in a cheap piece of crap.

Just throw it away when you’re done.

Some notes:

The plastic stock does look a little cheap compared to other brian brosworth blasters. The seller has posted updates on their site that indicated this product was not meant to be a gun. They were trying to sell it as a toy.
The seller has stated this item is still available for sale. This seller has posted pictures of the item in action.
The seller has done nothing to indicate this item has been recalled.

Regardless, the product has a limited safety rating on their site which shows the gun is semi-automatic.

If the seller has stated it’s safe for young children, then why are there 3 different ratings?
Furthermore, the “brian brosworth” website is a direct link to this seller’s product page on their website.
In case you need a little help in getting through to the seller’s support, I’d do the following: