No one will suspect a barrage of mini marshmallows from this small 12” bow. Load mini marshmallows into the chamber and pull the sting back to unleash the white and fluffy ammo. Pull the sting back again to release another marshmallow. The bow will shoot as fast as it can be pulled. Launch date: 2011.
In spite of it's small size, this marshmallow shooter can go the distance. Load one mini marshmallow into the front barrel, pump the front grip 5-7 times, then pull the trigger and watch the marshmallow fly up to 30 feet away. This tiny 6” shooter is the perfect size for a stocking stuffer, or stash it in a desk drawer for emergency ‘mallow attacks. Launch date: 2011.
This pump-action device fires miniature marshmallows approximately 30 feet on a line. This shooter has two magazines that hold 25 marshmallows each and is top-rack, dishwasher safe to clean. The shooter, like all Marshmallow Fun Company products, is designed to shoot nothing but soft, safe marshmallows.
This patent-pending crossbow assembles quickly and can shoot large marshmallows 30'. The shooter just loads one piece of "ammunition" into the marshmallow chamber, pulls back on the plunger grip until locks into place, and then pulls the trigger to release the plunger tube and shoot the marshmallow.
Scope out a target, and squeeze the trigger for a spread of mini marshmallow furry. The NEW futuristic Marshmallow Rapid Fire blasts multiple mini marshmallows up to 30 feet in one shot. Regulate the use of marshmallow ammo by varying the amount of pumps that create air pressure. The more pumps to the rear handle, the more marshmallows will exit the barrel. When pumped to full capacity, The Marshmallow Rapid Fire sprays out the entire magazine of 25 mini marshmallows with one squeeze of the trigger.
The MForcer pistol is the first ever rapid-fire marshmallow shooter, allowing you to shoot 15 consecutive marshmallows at unsuspecting targets. It packs all the punch of the company's flagship Marshmallow Shooter into quarter of the size. Load up to 15 mini-marshmallows into the chamber, give it a quick pump, and the MForcer is set for rapid fire attack. There’s no need to for any additional pumping after each shot.
Shoot mini-marshmallows up to 20 feet with this mini-shooter. The Stryker’s small size lends well to sneak attacks. Holds up to 15 mini marshmallows at a time. Available in Classic (blue and red) or Camo styles.
The Mazooka is the first battery-controlled launcher from Marshmallow Fun Company. Pull the trigger and the high-powered, soft-hitting, Mazooka launches regular-sized marshmallows approximately 30 feet. Sits comfortably on the shoulder, and comes equipped with a drop-down, illuminated cross-hair site to help you hit your target. Available in Classic (blue and red) or Camo styles.
This cross-bow type of toy propels mini marshmallows up to 30’ with each pull of the bow string. It can be paired with the Marshmallow Blaster for a great entertainment package. Launch date: February 2007.
The award-winning Original Marshmallow Shooter has taken on a new look. The Camo Series Shooter operates just as the original, only it is ideal for outdoor fun with the new camouflage style. The outdoor-inspired design will set childrens' imaginations free for hours of riveting simulated play.
Simple and fun, the Blower allows kids to quietly approach their friends to peg them with a mini-marshmallow or foam pellet. Marshmallow ammo is sold separately to maintain freshness. Truly ammo-licious!
Shoot an edible miniature marshmallow over 30´ with this pump-action shooter, complete with LED sight for aiming accuracy. The easy-to-refill magazine holds 20 marshmallows (or foam pellets—which are included) for fast, nonstop action. The LED sight shoots a safe beam of red light to help locate a target. Barrel and magazine are top-rack dishwasher safe, and the back of the box even has a target for practice. — "The Shooter did excellent for us this past year ," said Andrew Saucier, general manager for the Marshmallow Fun Company. "We were on Jay Leno and Good Morning America. We're about to go on David Letterman, and AOL picked us as a top toy of the year." In November the company launched the Marshmallow Blaster, which fires "big marshmallows," he added. — Warren Brown, owner of French’s Toy Shop Inc. in Concord, N.H., claimed he never fired marshmallows at lax storeworkers, but later admitted, “I did use it on a couple of customers!” — "Marshmallow Shooters are really hot," Mary Alice Miner, co-owner of Miner’s Doll & Toy Store in Ocean Springs, Miss., told TDmonthly in fall 2007.