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Red5 Petron Stealth Crossbow now £14.99 was £19.99 @ Argos

£14.99 @ Argos
This looks really good! I bought one for my oldest brother as he likes air pistols and target practice. There's a video of it in action on the Argos link too, looks like it goes quite far, just a sha… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
This looks really good! I bought one for my oldest brother as he likes air pistols and target practice.
There's a video of it in action on the Argos link too, looks like it goes quite far, just a shame it's sucky darts and not bolts, I dont think sucky darts will help when the zombies come!
Down from £19.99
For children 14 and over so good for adults too
"This Stealth Crossbow is the perfect way to pretend you're a top bowman. It comes with 12 suction darts which will stick to any smooth, flat surface, plus there's a target cut-out on the box!
If you are longing to be the next Robin Hood or Katniss Everdeen, this Stealth Crossbow is certain to help you along the way. With 12 suction darts and a target included, this is sure to keep children and adults entertained for hours.
For ages 14 years and over.
EAN: 5060067591281"
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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7 Likes #1
Is it to early to start getting stuff together for my Daryl Dixon costume next Halloween?
1 Like #2
Kid_Sickarus
Is it to early to start getting stuff together for my Daryl Dixon costume next Halloween?


Not at all lol thanx for the idea. Heat added Op for the Zombie reference 8)
#3
Why?!
4 Likes #4
sunny_man
Why?!
Trump.
2 Likes #5
sunny_man
Why?!
Why not? Looks fun!
1 Like #6
Ordered, my teenage grandson will be very happy, many thanks.
2 Likes #7
few trips to A&E in the making :p
1 Like #8
looks similar to the kids crossbow the kids use in centre parcs.
they are really good though!
1 Like #9
got one love it but is a bit powerful
1 Like #10
ordered one for my son...hopefully he doesn't end up in a&e Xmas day . heat!!!
3 Likes #11
need this for the 3 bloody cats leaving chocolate brown parcels in my garden little gits
#12
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
2 Likes #13
£14 with amazon prime
1 Like #14
This would be great for hunting large game / wild animals.... My mums round next Sunday ;)
2 Likes #15
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bullets
http://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
1 Like #16
bunny_boiler
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bulletshttp://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
I'm sure someone will glue a drawing pin to the sucker or something. If you really want to make them extremely dangerous put dog poo on the suction cup :-S
#17
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bulletshttp://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
I'm sure someone will glue a drawing pin to the sucker or something. If you really want to make them extremely dangerous put dog poo on the suction cup :-S
Ooooh you're giving me good ideas! :D
1 Like #18
bunny_boiler
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bulletshttp://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
I'm sure someone will glue a drawing pin to the sucker or something. If you really want to make them extremely dangerous put dog poo on the suction cup :-S
Ooooh you're giving me good ideas! :D
Always glad to be of help, sharing little ideas from my twisted mind :p
#19
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bulletshttp://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
I'm sure someone will glue a drawing pin to the sucker or something. If you really want to make them extremely dangerous put dog poo on the suction cup :-S
Ooooh you're giving me good ideas! :D
Always glad to be of help, sharing little ideas from my twisted mind :p
Haha! I'll dig some King Kong marbles out later too (_;)
2 Likes #20
bunny_boiler
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bulletshttp://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
I'm sure someone will glue a drawing pin to the sucker or something. If you really want to make them extremely dangerous put dog poo on the suction cup :-S
Ooooh you're giving me good ideas! :D
Always glad to be of help, sharing little ideas from my twisted mind :p
Haha! I'll dig some King Kong marbles out later too (_;)
Do you ever wonder if Nerf guns are powerful enough to fire batteries? The foam darts look the same size.
#21
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
decepticon_shadow
bunny_boiler
shindigger
Should not be for sale.
People are dick heads, and you put one of these in their hands for £14.99?
Stand back, await results.
Erm....they are sticky dart type bulletshttp://www.dansdata.com/images/toyguns/darts480.jpg
Go back 30 years ago when I was a kid, we had spud guns, pop guns, pellet guns,wooden bows and arrows and pea shooters! Go back 60 years when my mum was a kid and she had a play toy cooker that came with a real flame powered by a gas canister! We're still here! :3
I'm sure someone will glue a drawing pin to the sucker or something. If you really want to make them extremely dangerous put dog poo on the suction cup :-S
Ooooh you're giving me good ideas! :D
Always glad to be of help, sharing little ideas from my twisted mind :p
Haha! I'll dig some King Kong marbles out later too (_;)
Do you ever wonder if Nerf guns are powerful enough to fire batteries? The foam darts look the same size.
Possibly not powerful enough.....however this Crossbow might! X)
1 Like #22
I read a reviews that this thing can fire 4-5 at the same time too
#23
bunny_boiler
I read a reviews that this thing can fire 4-5 at the same time too
''i'd buy that for a dollar''
#24
Would this be capable of penetrating riot-police grade armor? My friend wants to know for a real science experiment, not me I promise.
#25
shredderbenjamin
Would this be capable of penetrating riot-police grade armor? My friend wants to know for a real science experiment, not me I promise.


No but they will hurt idiot rioters that have no protection other than a V for Vengeance mask :p.

Edited By: Bezzy on Dec 11, 2016 10:09: Error
1 Like #26
No ability to shoot injury causing bolts.... Cold!
#27
Hey guys, this says age 14+... I've got an 8/9 year old that loves shooting stuff (not animals or humans thankfully!), would this be ok for him (supervised)? Wondering if the age restriction is just something they've had to put on it, or if it really is very heavy/awkward and therefore not suitable.

It's back up to £19.99 on Argos, but as someone mentioned above it's £14 on Amazon Prime.

Edited By: panddda on Dec 18, 2016 14:26
1 Like #28
panddda
Hey guys, this says age 14+... I've got an 8/9 year old that loves shooting stuff (not animals or humans thankfully!), would this be ok for him (supervised)? Wondering if the age restriction is just something they've had to put on it, or if it really is very heavy/awkward and therefore not suitable.
It's back up to £19.99 on Argos, but as someone mentioned above it's £14 on Amazon Prime.
Ive bought it for my 42 year old brother so I haven't opened it up to check it out. If you type in the name of this on you tube there's lots of videos demonstrating it. Some of the kids on there seem to be 10-12 ish and manage to hit targets etc. I think the age limit might just reflect on the common sense factor that some children may lack and think it's funny to hit their sibling in the face with it etc
1 Like #29
panddda
Hey guys, this says age 14+... I've got an 8/9 year old that loves shooting stuff (not animals or humans thankfully!), would this be ok for him (supervised)? Wondering if the age restriction is just something they've had to put on it, or if it really is very heavy/awkward and therefore not suitable.
It's back up to £19.99 on Argos, but as someone mentioned above it's £14 on Amazon Prime.
It is a plastic toy, our kids had one when they were 6 or 7. They were 12 quid in Hamleys, Nerf guns are more powerful
#30
Back to 19.99

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