If you have been abiding by the childhood rule of ‘never play with food’ thus far, well, then this grown up toy will likely make you forsake that rule forever. What you see here is the MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow and as the product name implies, it is a crossbow that takes marshmallow as projectile. Marshmallow shooting toy weapons are not new, but the MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow might just be a winner because of two things.
Firstly, it can put regular sized sugary confectionery up to 60 feet (18 meters) downrange which is farther than most marshmallow toy guns, and secondly, it is a crossbow, like duh? Using a crossbow to KO anything always make you look cooler than using the *yawn* guns. Just like how the Smith & Wesson Model 29 made Dirty Harry looked super cool then, say, if he used a pistol or an AR.
Handcrafted in Canada using old school woodworking techniques, MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow is composed of 99 percent natural materials and features a carved wooden trigger and an adjustable mallow holder for mallows of varying softness. Suggested serving is one marshmallow each time. Optionally, you can consider adding some corn starch for smoother dry firing and to create a cool puff of “smoke” when it fires, and marking your target.
You can find MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow on MMX Vancouver website selling for $98. We noticed Huckberry is also selling it too, but at 9 bucks less. We are NOT affiliated to either website, just so you know.
Hat tip: Airows.