Choosing the correct Laser Gun toy for your child or pet this Christmas can help parents with important choice regarding which ones to buy and by answering the following questions, it should make the choice much easier. So what age should children and pets be able to use laser-fired toys? What safety features should a laser gun have? What is a toy’s level of “activity”? Which laser gun type makes the best noise?
There are two types of Laser gun toy sets available, with one being battery operated and the other being remote controlled. The first type is cheaper than its second but both have their pros and cons. If you’re planning on purchasing a battery-operated system this Christmas then be warned that they generally do not last very long, especially if batteries are not changed regularly.
If you’re looking for something that will last longer, remote controlled systems will win hands down. Remote controlled laser blasters systems generally work on batteries but can be recharged by plugging them into any standard outlet. They also have an advantage over their remote-controlled counterparts in that they require no wiring. All you need are simple wires to attach them to the dog house or play area. On the downside, they tend not to be as powerful as their battery-powered cousins and can be harder to find.
In terms of safety features, both remote controlled and battery-operated toys have safety mechanisms in place to prevent damage to people or animals when playing with these toys. There are four groups of safety features that these types of toy guns have, and there are generally four levels within each group. There is the minimum level which essentially just stops the ball from bouncing back if it hits anything (which is pretty good at keeping children from running too fast to catch it). Then there is the top end level which is actually more like a pistol and has a much greater firing range than the lowest level.
A second group of features is typically found on higher end play items such as the top of the line Jackson Tech laser tag sets gun and the Play22 laser tag sets gun. There are safety mechanisms such as a trigger (for safety when the batteries are running low) and dual barrels (one with a stream of green laser energy while the other shoots a stream of white laser energy). And then there are features which can increase the level of fun and skill. For example, some blasters can double as a radio frequency detector (for airsoft) or an infrared camera (for paintball). This means that the blaster can be used not only for its original function but also as something extra to play with.
So the short answer to this question is that yes, the Play 22 laser gun is a machine gun. But it is more than that. It is a machine for playing with and winning with. The manufacturing requirements of the gun are what ensure its quality popularity today. If you want to play with your childhood dreams of working with machinery in a war against villains or just having some fun with friends and family, the Play 22 machine gun is one to consider.