Christmas Is Coming Take 2

These 80s-era waterguns from Entertech are super cool. Who had one?


18 Responses to “Christmas Is Coming Take 2”

  1. Ray Forest says:

    I had the M4 and a rip stop ERDL camo headband with “Airborne” screen printed on it. The two were inseparable in water gun fights.

  2. G3SM says:

    I had the Tec-9 with the extra magazines of water.

  3. JSGlock34 says:

    I had the AK!

  4. Weaver says:

    I had one modeled on a Beretta sub-gun, which I modified with extended tubing to a belt-mounted water reservoir. Dorm hallway water fights were all the rage.

  5. Ahisa says:

    Oh, does that bring back great memories!

  6. Ed says:

    Oh man! It was great being a kid in the 80’s! What great memories!

  7. Kit Badger says:

    These were awesome! Except the 80’s hadn’t mastered the waterproof battery compartment… Mine finally corroded.

  8. d says:

    Had the MP-5. Didn’t put out a lot of water when compared to the Super Soakers that came along, but it looked awesome.

  9. JKifer says:

    hahaha… man, nowadays all of us 80’s kids would be labeled as home grown domestic terrorist spawns of horrible parents…

  10. Disco says:

    Now we’re talking. I had the MAC-10 and 1911.
    You could bring them to school and nobody cared

  11. Jed says:

    This brings it all back.

  12. PT Mc Cain says:

    Back in my day we had two sticks to play with and we liked it that way.

  13. nate says:

    Between all the kids, and some of the parents we had every variant. I had the AK centerfire featured in the commercial, and later the shotgun. Also mixed into the mayhem were multiple 3 person water balloon launchers. Summer in the late 80’s were amazing.

  14. datamaggot says:

    We had 2x of the AK centerfire models, they were EPIC!

  15. Whit says:

    I had the UZI. I think its at my parent’s house in a storage shed. This brings back good memories. The 80s were certainly a good time to grow up in!