The word camouflage is derived from the French word camoufler, meaning "to disguise." Adopted after a particularly devastating defeat of French troops by German armed forces in World War I, soldiers shed their stylish white gloves and pantalones rouges to become more stealthily clad on the front in future conflicts. In fact, the introduction of this new mode of army attire which borrowed repetitious patterns of color found in Cubist paintings and Renaissance trompe l'oeil ("fool the eye") art led to an influx of painters, sculptors, and advertising graphic designers to enlist in the military. Who knew? You can thank this bunch for their contribution to this difficult-to-detect but powdered sugar-powered toy weapon. Covered in blurry tan and green blotches, there's no way that your target will see you as you crouch behind the topiary in your backyard waiting for the right moment to unleash a steady stream of pillowy marshmallows from this air-powered shooter. Easy to use, before you go to battle make sure you load up on plenty of puffy slabs of candy, pump the chamber several times and point at your target from a maximum of 30 feet away. They will call out in shocked delight as you pellet them with fresh, fluffy white marshmallows. The bad news? Your opponent might just eat up all your ammo.
Box includes one Marshmallow Camo Shooter.
Shipping Weight ~ 2 lbs.