Not to be confused with the 2016 N-Strike Modulus Tri-Strike.
The Tri Strike Crossbow is a piston-pressurized soaker and was among the first of the 2014 Super Soakers to be discovered. Its handle appears to also be the reservoir of the blaster, similar to that of the Helix and Vaporizer.
The Tri Strike Crossbow has three nozzles that water is fired from: one from the center muzzle and one on each of the deployable bow arms. The soaker features two different firing modes: a single, powerful stream when the bow arms are folded up, and a triple stream when the bow arms are deployed.
The bow arms are deployed by pressing an orange button located under the right bow arm.
It has a firing range of up to thirty-eight feet.
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