Storm 760

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Released: 2002
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Reservoir: 20 oz
Tap Shots/Tank: ~80

Range: 31 ft
Output: 1 oz/sec

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

Weight Full: 2.2 lbs
Weight Empty: 1 lbs

Pump Stroke: TBM
Pump Volume: Air

wwf undertaker ratings

Range
45%
Soakage
15%
Field Life
38%
Rate Of Fire
70%
Durability
70%
Maneuverability
100%

Review

The Storm 760 is essentially a slightly larger Storm 750 with a new pump grip. Considering how good the 750 is, you know the 760 isn’t going to let you down. It’s just as durable and quick pressurizing as the 750. The trademark Storm quality stream lamination is there as expected, meaning your shots are much less likely to break up compared to those taken by your opponents.

The new pump design is actually a very nice touch. Storm pumps require a bit more force to operate than those featured on Water Warriors or Super Soakers. The nice curved handle allows you to apply a greater amount of force without applying as much effort. This is one of the most comfortable and effective pump designs ever. The only drawback is that you can’t put it in a traditional holster, so you’ll have to install sling mounting points if you’re intending on using it as a sidearm.

The Storm 760 is a solid addition to any arsenal. It’s incredible durability ensures that it will be around for a long time, and its simple design means you can loan it out to n00bs and small children. Performance dictates that the Storm 760 is more of a fun gun than a serious primary for competitive rounds – but it’s nice knowing that it’s dependable if you ever have to fall back on it.

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