Newest NERF Guns

Newest NERF Guns

Lately NERF guns have been attacking the market in the same way smartphones do – the newer NERF gun you have, the cooler you look. Having the newest model dart blaster can certainly give you a “wow” factor that can keep your friends – or your kids’ friends – green with envy!

New means more innovative, which means additional features. It is no doubt that many of those into NERF wars or battles are getting very passionate about their dart blasters!. That is quite understandable, as your gun is the difference between victory and defeat, so you need the best possible gear.

One of the newest NERF guns that are firing the enthusiasts into excitement can fire a NERF foam pellet at 68mph or more! Wow! This far beyond your normal dart blaster.

This sounds extreme, right? But Hasbro assures that this new model won’t hurt or result in any serious injury. Here are some other NERF guns new to the market:

NERF Rival Zeus MXV-1200

The new NETF Rival Zeus MXV-1200 blaster will surely blow your minds away, as it’s powered by a hefty stack of six C-sized batteries. It features the new Nerf Rival foam in a 12-round, ambidextrous magazine. It also comes with a fold-up sight, a safety switch, and in either red or blue. This unit costs slightly more than your average dart blaster, but there’s also a less expensive version known as the Rival Apollo XV-700 that uses a manual firing mechanism and only holds seven rounds.

NERF Rival Khaos MXVI-4000 Blaster

This is the new and the first fully automatic blaster in the Rival line. This holds a 40-round magazine that will keep on firing when you hold down the trigger. This is powered by six D-sized batteries that make it heftier – you will certainly feel its weight once it is primed and fired.

NERF Mega Mastodon Blaster

Having been named after a massive prehistoric creature, that would certainly give you goose bumps if you ever ran into one in the wild, this NERF gun certainly bears similar characteristics. This model is the first motorized blaster in the Mega line, firing super-sized foam darts even faster than before. It features a rotating drum holding 24 darts. It is powered by six D-sized batteries, which is why the developer thought it necessary to design the Mastodon with a shoulder strap.

NERF N-Strike Modulus Tri-Strike Blaster

The Modulus Tri-Strike combines three types of NERF ammo into a single blaster that includes a total of 10 Elite darts, four over-sized Mega darts and one foam missile that will certainly intimidate your opponent before it hits him.

NERF N-Strike Elite Hyper-Fire Blaster

Powered by four (4) D-sized batteries, this model can certainly help you survive a NERF firefight. This N-Strike is known as the current fastest-firing NERF blaster to date and can unload up to five darts per second in full automatic mode. It’s got aa 25-dart capacity drum just in case you want to lessen your ammo wastage.

Conclusion

In conclusion, whatever these new NERF guns have to offer, no matter how extreme the fun might be it’s still the responsibility of an adult user or the parent of a child user to make sure the dart blaster is used responsibly. As responsible parents, you’ll need to set strong guidelines for the use of extreme toys like these NERF guns.You may want to resort in relying on protective gear like safety goggles or even face masks to keep your kids or yourself fully protected.

 

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