Last updated on 2008-01-16
|Storm 2100||Product Details||Specifications|
|Release Year||Reservoir Capacity|
|End Year||Chamber Capacity|
|Original Price||Shots Per Tank|
|Typical eBay Price||Pumps Until Full|
|Nozzle||Level Range||Angled Range||Average Output||Shot Time|
First, I would like to point out this gun's cool special feature. It features a "dragon's breath" spray, similar to a shower spray. It is activated by pulling the lower trigger, instead of having to manually swich nozzles. This allows you to pull both triggers at once, releasing a blast that can instantly soak anyone foolish enough to come near, and which lasts for about 2 seconds before the PC's are empty. My only complaint is that the spray only hits a wide circle, so the spray head has a blind spot directly in front of you unless you use both nozzles at once.
Pumping the blaster is quite easy, and the pump is very securely connected to the blaster by a track mount. The entire pump curves all the way around, forming a handle of sorts. This in itself is not terribly useful, as i usually hold the pump like a Max-D 6000, but it does add to the overall look of the blaster. The dual action pump also pressurizes the tank on both pulling and pushing, making it faster to pump than a super soaker. the dual-trigger design is esy to use, but the angle of the main trigger makes it extremely difficult to pull when the blaster is completely pumped.
Being an air-pressure blaster with a separate air tank, the blaster needs 2 fill caps, one for the main resovoir, and one for connecting an unlimitor, which is a connector to a hose to provide unlimited water and pressure. The main fill cap also features a hole for a fast-filler, a device included with the blaster which connects to a hose and automatically fills and pressurizes the blaster, similar to a QFD.
The blaster also has a light on the front which goes on whenever either trigger is pulled, and both the spray nozzle and the main nozzle have storm's trademark "photon beam", the sprayer's being red, and the main nozzle's being either red, green, or blue, depending on the color of the blaster. Mine is green.
The tank holds about 2 liters of water, and the fill cap is very big, making it easy to fill.
The gun also has a cage on the left side for a lightstick, which is also included and operates on watch batteries.
The nozzle appears to be about an XP-class nozzle, and it fires about 20-25 feet.