Below are listed information known about some of the smallest, lightest water guns and water blasters released to the consumer market. Information below is given to the best of our knowledge, but will be updated as additional information becomes available.
- Smallest Stock Air-Pressure Water Gun / Water Blaster
- The Smallest Stock Elastic/CPS-Pressure Water Gun / Water Blaster
- The Smallest Pumpable Stock Elastic/CPS-Pressure Water Gun / Water Blaster
The Smallest Stock Air-Pressure Water Gun: Super Soaker SS10 (Larami Ltd.)
Released in 1993, the Super Soaker SS10 remains the smallest air-pressure-based water blaster ever sold in stores. Its diminuitive size made this blaster easy to pocket and conceal while its air-pressure mechanisms gave it a stream performance advantage over similarly sized pump-action water guns.
The Smallest Stock Elastic/CPS-Pressure Water Gun: Speedloader 1000 (Wild Water Weapons)
The Speedloader 1000, released in 1999, is the smallest known stock water blaster that utilizes an elastic bladder to pressurize its watery contents. However, unlike most other water blasters and water guns, the Speedloader 1000 is fully dependant on a water hose to charge the pressure chamber; the blaster, itself, has no means of pumping to build pressure.
The Smallest Pumpable Stock Elastic/CPS-Pressure Water Gun: Super Soaker SC500 (Larami Ltd.)
Released as part of the Super Soaker Super Charger series, the Super soaker SC500 is the most compact water blaster that