Since 1996, Hog Wild Toys has brought fun back with their hands on toys and novelties. Located in Portland, Oregon they offer unique selections of toys and gifts that are different from other brands that concentrate only on dolls or board games. In fact, they avoid them in anyway possible. They like to keep things simple and less complicated for all to enjoy. Hog Wild Toys are always looking for new inventions to keep their products fresh and clever. They even welcome you to contact them if you have an idea on a product. How super cool is that?
Atomic Shield Popper is a fun shooting toy for children and your whole family. I can’t think of a better way to stay active with your kids than playing with this foam ball blaster. It can fire over 40 feet through the shield and also has a gravity auto load which makes it easier to keep shooting. All you do is, pull the hammer back, aim then let it go. It’s that simple.
The shield comes in handy when playing with two people. It’s twice the fun dodging while it protects you from in coming fire..
Since the balls are made out of foam it’s safe for use in or outdoors. Even though boys love to enjoy their fight and defend play toys, girl’s like a little competition too. My daughter got the biggest kick out of it. The foam balls were soft to the touch and the size of a ping pong ball. Since they are light and not much force, they don’t actually hurt when in contact.
This is a great summer toy to keep your children active and running around. Summer vacation is about having fun and this Atomic Shield Popper will surely give your children all the fun it has to offer.
To find out more information about the Atomic Shield Popper and other toys they offer please visit Hog Wild Toys on their website.
The Atomic Shield Popper retails for $19.99 and is recommended for ages 4 and up.
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