Posted in #toys, Holiday Gift Guide

Gift Some Shootin’ Fun With Precision RBS


When it comes to my nephews one of their favorite things are toy guns.  I recently found this great company called Precision RBS by Simple Impulse who makes these fantastic rubber band guns.  They come in a variety of styles and sizes and they are a ton of fun.  Each one comes with some rubber bands included.  Lots of fast-paced interactive play and fun.

The Hyperion Nothing surpasses the Hyperion: pinpoint accuracy 50 feet downfield! Three different band sizes, for capacity of 26 loaded bands, plus extra side storage.  Plus the unbelievable blast feature.  Launches 14 bands at once! Insane power.  The other guys don’t stand a chance.

The Chiron has storage for up to 100 rubber bands, so you’ll never run out of ammo! Other features include the quick-loading design and a release option to separate into 2 completely different RBS Shooters, including a hand launcher.  You’ll dominate your opponent with tons of ammo power!

The lightweight Talos holds up to 20 rubber bands in two sizes, launches up to 30 feet and includes a built-in extender for even more power when you need it. It’s perfect for quick, smooth action.

Precision RBS has a great variety of gift ideas that make the perfect addition to the holiday gifts this year.  If you have a kiddo that likes play guns and high impact fun these are the perfect gifts.

You can find out more on the Super Impulse Website.

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