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While getting ready for a day at the beach or pool is always fun in the summer, having some activities for days spent at home is a good idea. Water guns are an easy way to provide hours of enjoyment. Every age can find a powerful water gun thanks to the variety of styles offered on

Are Water Guns Secure: Safety Precautions

Water gun pistols are extremely secure. Water doesn't require much energy to change shape upon impact, so damage is unlikely to result. Discussing safety precautions with your child before purchasing a water gun can guarantee complete safety. You might want to implement the following rules: Don't shoot people in the neck. Before shooting someone, always ask. On potentially slick surfaces like tile or concrete, avoid using water guns. Empty the old water to ensure it isn't contaminated or moldy from being in the water gun tank for too long.

Can Adults Use Water Guns For Fun?

Absolutely yes. The hot summer days make you want to unwind, relax, and drench your friends and family with a big water gun, regardless of how much of a grown-up you are the rest of the year. A great way to spend time in the backyard, by the pool, or at the beach is to host an adult water gun battle royale. It's even more enjoyable if young children want to participate.

How to Pick a Kid-Safe Water Gun

Check the firing mechanism of the water gun toy. Some firing mechanisms are more difficult to pull and are designed for older kids, while others are ideal for toddlers. What kind of trigger does it have—is it a conventional trigger, a pump-action trigger, or something else—and can your child use it? Automatic water guns are user-friendly. Also, take a look at the water tank. A big tank does not need to be refilled as frequently and thus will be appreciated by older children. Realistic water guns with large tanks may be too heavy for younger kids to handle once they are filled. Pop-off lids, as opposed to twist-off lids, may be more user-friendly for younger kids.