Backyard war has changed.
In my day, we used to have to work at spraying each other in the face with water guns. Plus, there were the meticulous hours spent preparing and tying water balloons, precisely filling up the water reservoir on a super soaker, and the endless pumping to keep the tank pressurized so you didn’t end up just spraying the ground three feet in front of you.
Now, there’s the Spyra One, which resemblances the water guns I grew up with as much as a musket does a sniper rifle. The Spyra One doesn’t shoot a stream of water; it shoots precisely measured bursts of “water bullets” that the company claims can clearly and accurately hit targets up to 25 feet away.
There’s an integrated pump that…