A good squirt gun is hard to find!

A good squirt gun is hard to find!

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    Talking A good squirt gun is hard to find!

    I need a good quality concealable squirt gun. Not one of those monster Super Soakers, something I can hide in a pocket.
    Checked Wal-Mart, all I found was these cheap Six-for-a dollar things. Bought a pack, the range report ain't good. Numerous fail to fires.

    Why, you're wondering, do I need a quality squirt gun? I'm going to my wife's family reunion next weekend. I've only been to two of these but believe me if you aren't armed you aren't prepared.
    Guess it all started when they were kids and it's become somewhat of a family tradition.
    I'm a child of the 60's, but I got over it.


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    Here you go friend...best I could come up with.

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    Two words "Garden Hose" LOL.

    Try a toy store like toys-r-us or something like that. I'm sure they will have a lot to choose from.

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    The problem with concealed squirt guns is that they leak, so you might not want to carry it in your front pocket, if you get my drift...............


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch View Post
    The problem with concealed squirt guns is that they leak, so you might not want to carry it in your front pocket, if you get my drift...............
    Ah yes, but perhaps a good way to be left alone?
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    Kydex OWB would be the way to go.
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    Ah yes, I've thought about a squirt gun filled with some noxious substance like ammonia or chlorine for those times when CCW is verboten. Rejected, as you say, because those guns leak. Perhaps a small container with a flip top lid, like a small saline bottle for contact lenses?
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    Is a Camel back out of the question, lots of ammo on tap for quick reloads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy W. View Post
    Kydex OWB would be the way to go.
    I was thinking Thunderwear, but if your squirt gun had a magazine failure people might stare thinking you had an accidental discharge.
    I'm a child of the 60's, but I got over it.

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    Water Fight Warrior

    I once was an avid Long-Distance Bicycle Rider. Rural routes were often made quite dangerous by unrestrained Farm Dogs who chased riders, nipping at tires and ankles. Even if they didn't BITE you, they regularly caused accidents between tightly-grouped riders trying to avoid running over them.

    There were guys who; squirted ammonia from squirt guns, tried cannisters of mace/pepper spray, tossed meaty treats as a distraction, and one guy who even tried hunter's skunk scent (the dogs LOVED him, but we weren't too fond of being downwind.

    My advice is...go to a GOOD Lawn & Garden Store. Buy a quality, long stroke, refillable Trigger Spray bottle (the kind with the adjustable nozzle). They have an effective range of about 15-20 feet with reasonable ammo (water) capacity. If you need heavier armament, get a small (one gallon) pump-up (pressurized) sprayer. The kind you use to apply insecticide. At full pressure you've got a 20-30 ft. range. The gallon of water lets you stay in the fight longer. And don't forget...small balloons are ideal water grenades. Prefill a couple of dozen BEFORE the assault begins.

    Oh, I almost forgot...the best (humane) anti-dog spray is LEMON JUICE. The SHOCK of that taste in their mouth & the burn (should it get in their eyes) will turn even the most DETERMINED dog. My vet says there's no chance of long-term damage. But DON'T try it on your in-laws.

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