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== Internals ==
 
== Internals ==
The XP 310 has internals standard for air blasters for its time. It has a pinch-tube trigger, hoses, two separate firing chambers and an air pump among other things.
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The XP 310 has internals standard for air blasters for its time. It has a pull valve trigger, hoses, two separate firing chambers and an air pump among other things.
   
 
== Blaster Co-relation ==
 
== Blaster Co-relation ==

Latest revision as of 21:29, 9 January 2017

This article has to do with Super Soaker.
200px-Nerf logo 1992 r.png This product has been discontinued. It can no longer be found in retail stores.
XP 310
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Year Released:

2000

Available?:

No

Stock Capacity:

1.47L of water

Family:

XP

Additional Pages:Reviewless.jpg

The XP 310 is a 2000 XP Larami Super Soaker that holds 1.2L of water. It is a fairly large soaker and is the successor of the 1998 XP 110. The XP 310 featured a pressure gauge, something not many Super Soakers had even until that point, two pressure chambers and a nozzle selector, something only one other XP Super Soaker had until then. The XP 310 was discontinued a few years later to make way for more powerful blaster designs, such as the Max-D 6000. It is no longer available as its home line has since been discontinued. It is classified as an air blaster with a separate pressure chamber.

Description[edit | edit source]

The XP 310 is a standard rifle-sized soaker, with a blue body with red accents, clear yellow reservoir, dual clear yellow pressure chambers and a black angled pump. The reservoir of the blaster has a tethered cap to prevent loss of the cap. The XP 310 has four nozzle settings; 1×, 1.2×, 1.5× and 2×.

Internals[edit | edit source]

The XP 310 has internals standard for air blasters for its time. It has a pull valve trigger, hoses, two separate firing chambers and an air pump among other things.

Blaster Co-relation[edit | edit source]

The XP 310 was the successor of the older XP 110.

Faults[edit | edit source]

Like most other blasters, the XP 310 has faults. The main fault with the soaker is that it is rather weak compared to blasters of today, due to its low-powered nozzle settings; the XP 310 has been somewhat outclassed by newer XP blasters, but still manages to hold its own.

How to Fire[edit | edit source]

Step 1 - Unscrew the tethered cap and load the reservoir with water.
Step 2 - Screw the cap back on.
Step 3 - Pump the blaster 11-12 times.
Step 4 - Pull the trigger to fire a stream of water.

Commercial[edit | edit source]

XP_310_Commercial

XP 310 Commercial

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