Storm 750

Released: 2001
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Reservoir: 18 oz
Tap Shots/Tank: ~80

Range: 31 ft
Output: 0.9 oz/sec

Gun: 13.5 x 3 x 8.5
Nozzle Size: 1.4mm

Weight Full: 2.1 lbs
Weight Empty: 0.9 lbs

Pump Stroke: TBM
Pump Volume: Air

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The Storm 750 is arguably one of the greatest pistols of all times. This is one incredibly durable gun. You can drop it on asphalt or swim underwater with it and it won’t break, jam, or clog.

Another aspect that makes the Storm 750 so valuable is its incredible pump volume. You’ll be left pumping fifteen to twenty times or more with an XP 240 or Max D 4000, but this gun only takes four. That’s right! Only four pumps. This means you’re ready for action in just a few sections, and it generally only takes one pump after a number of tap shots to get back to full power.

The max range and overall power of this gun have definitely been eclipsed by Super Soaker Max D and Water Warriors blasters, but Storm stream lamination is still something to write home about. While it’s typical for other pistols to produce turbulent, sputtering, sometimes spraying shots every shot you take with the Storm 750 is completely smooth.More recent blasters may shoot further, but their stream breakup can keep you from making hits. With the Storm 750 you have a much higher probability of making hits if you can get in close enough to use it.

Lastly, like most Storm guns, the 750 has a “photon beam,” and a top mounted pressure release valve. The photon beam is actually just al LED light that illuminates your streams when fighting at night. While completely untactical it’s still pretty fun for goofing around with friends in a night soakfest. I’ve also used it as a flashlight.

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