UZI MP7 Gel Blaster
UZI MP7 Gel Blaster
This gel ball launcher's shape design is inspired by the UZI MP7. The overall weight of this MP7 gel blaster is 1.5kg, and the gray cyberpunk shape is complemented by a plug-in magazine that exudes a sense of futuristic technology. It also has a very good shooting performance, with a shooting distance of 82 feet and a shooting frequency of more than 20 gel balls per second. Second, its fully automatic shooting mode is paired with a larger magazine capacity, there will be a longer use time after each replenishment.?
This gel blaster comes with two different kinds of magazines, a standard plug-in magazine, plus a drum mag with auto rotation bullet loading function, more accessories, and more fun. Does it shoot a safe and soft? gel ball after soaking. After soaking for 4-6 hours, this water-filled gel bomb can expand to a diameter of about 7mm. A superior and safer alternative to the airsoft gun is also more child-friendly.
- Ammo Size: 7 - 8 mm
- Weight: 1.5kg
- Firing rate: >20 gel balls/ second (11.1v)
- Shooting range: >25 m (11.1v)
What's in the box:
- 1 x UZI Gel Ball Blaster.
- 2 x Magzine
- 1 x Packet of Gel Balls (10,000 PCS)
- 1 x red dot
- 1 x Gel Ball Combat Goggles
- 1 x Rechargeable Battery
- 1 x USB Charging Cable
- 1 x install pamphlet
Virtual power is included with all rechargeable batteries, they must be charged prior to use. The initial charging time is 3 hours, and subsequent charging times are 2-3 hours. To ensure safety, do not charge for an extended period of time without monitoring.
If you feel the battery power is insufficient while using it, stop using it immediately and replace it with a fully charged battery to extend the battery life. If the battery is overcharged, it will be damaged and will not be able to be used continuously.
Pay close attention once more: the battery charging should be done in an open area with no flammable materials nearby or easy access for children.
It should be noted that the water bead soaks for more than 3 hours. To diffuse the water bomb, soak it completely; when loading the magazine, try to keep the water as dry as possible. The magazine contains a motor, and prolonged soaking may cause the click to rust.
If the toy has not been used for a long time, the battery should be removed and fully charged; if it is a water bomb toy, the magazine should also be removed, and the water bomb should be poured out to avoid rusting the magazine's contact piece and the magazine.