#1: Check to make sure nothing was damaged in shipping
Sometimes blasters require a slight adjustment depending on how they arrive. If you notice any cracked parts or dislodged parts, don’t fire until you’ve put them back.
Always email us with any questions! We replace anything damaged in shipping.
#2: Stop firing IMMEDIATELY if no dart comes out
If no dart comes out of the blaster, you might think that pulling the trigger harder and longer will help.
PULLING THE TRIGGER HARDER WILL DAMAGE THE BLASTER!
Stop firing immediately!
If not dart comes out, it’s probably because you have a jam.
Clear the jam, then continue firing 🙂
*If you continue to fire without first clearing the jam, you risk blowing out the motors*
How to clear a jam the easy way:
Remove the magazine.
Look down the barrel or up the magwell to see if you can see a jammed dart.
If so, poke the dart out with a stick or other slender object by inserting the stick or object down the barrel from the front.
The squished dart should fall out the magwell.
You’re good to go!
#3: Get used to the trigger before firing rapidly
The Snake blasters have 1 trigger, but a single trigger pull serves 2 functions.
A half pull of the trigger activates the flywheels.
A full pull fires a dart.
You may want to practice the trigger pull slowly at first to get used to it before firing rapidly.
#4: Have a TON of fun
The Snake blaster is SOOOO FUN. Enjoy the look on your friend’s faces when you fire it 😀