Super Soaker XP 65


Released: 1996
Ebay Value: $24.06
NIB Value: $24.99

Reservoir: 20 oz
Tap Shots/Tank: ~40
Tank PSI: 45

Range: 35 ft
Output: 2 oz/sec

Gun: 17.5 x 3 x 8
Nozzle Size: 2 mm

Weight Full: 2.4 lbs
Weight Empty: 1.1 lbs

Pump Stroke: TBM
Pump Volume: Air

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Field Life



The XP 65 is an excelent choice for a sidearm. It’s lightweight, and for it’s size it shoots a good amount of water up to a decent range. Larami designed the “65” in 1995 and released it a year later as a replacement for the XP 55. The XP 65 is lighter than the XP 55, but only because it holds less water. Again, this is not too much of a problem – if you use it as a sidearm. Performance wise, the XP 65 is respectable. The standard nozzle has a good output, but if you unscrew the nozzle you get an even more powerful close range riot blast. The primary drawback of the XP 65 is that it relies on a small, pressurized reservoir. This gun runs out of water fast, and the lack of a firing chamber means that firing angles are affected as ammo runs low.

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