The Firetek set comes with 3 whistling “bullet” type arrows, as opposed, to the one suction cup arrow (along with 2 bullet arrows) included with the Z-tek arrow set. Don’t worry, you won’t miss the suction cup arrow. Besides, all the arrows work with both bows, so you’re good that way.
All it really took was one look at the FireTek Bow and the boys were practically drooling over the box. I mean, seriously, the packaging pretty much screams awesome from the start.
We decided to head outside where we would have room to put the FireTek Bow to the test. My first impression of the bow: it is lightweight and easy to handle, even for my 4 year old. Using it is simple, hook the arrows into the fast load loops, pull back and let them fly! In just seconds my 7 year old and my 4 year old were loading arrows and sending them screaming into the air, just a blur of red across the yard. I am really impressed by how well this toy can hold up to a couple of boys!
We took the new bow and arrow, along with the Z-Tek bow, out to a field by our house. When I tell you, we were sending those suckers flying, we we’re sending them flying. We all took turns chasing them down. After a while, though, we smartened up and took positions on opposite ends of the field, then fired them at will at each other.
|Firetek 027||Wildland Firefighter||4|
|Firetek 096||Emergency Medical Technician||8|
|Firetek 206||Hazardous Materials||3|
|Firetek 208||Fire Hydraulics||3|
|Firetek 209||Fire Fighting Tactics and Strategy||3|
|Firetek 213||Fire Investigation||3|