Nerf. For years, they have been one of the biggest names in the world of foam toys. They offer many foam weapons, such as swords, axes, and shields. However, when you think of Nerf, you may think about the Nerf gun.
These plastic guns shoot out foam bullets that are harmless for children. They are great to help a child improve their aim, and pitting a group of kids with Nerf guns against each other can show children the value of stealth, strategy, and reaction time.
There are many guns out there, so here are a few to get you started.
N-Strike Elite Strongarm Blaster Nerf Gun
This is a Nerf gun that you can’t find in any stores. Only online. This Nerf gun resembles a gun you’d see a cowboy using in an old west film. It’s great for children who want to duel or shoot out in an old west setting. These have six bullets, and they can shoot up to 90 feet. With its rapid-fire capabilities, your child can bring down their friends or targets.
It also comes in many different colors, which will depend on stock, so be aware of that.
Elite Rampage Blaster
This is a great Nerf gun for your child who wants power. It can hold 25 bullets and then shoot them up to 75 feet. If your child wants to be a powerhouse who takes down the competition, you can’t go wrong.
It provides balance as well. On one hand, your child can take out a few opponents in one go, and it’s quite accurate. On the other hand, once it’s time to reload, your kid will be completely open.
Nerf Zombie Strike FlipFury Blaster
Nerf has many toys that appeal to the zombie craze. While that fad died down a while ago, the idea of living out a zombie fantasy is still quite popular, and for a good reason. It’s fun to imagine yourself in a post-apocalyptic world, taking out zombie hoard after zombie hoard. You can double load, and they have twelve shots. You can create some zombie targets and have your child aim for the head. Or your party can play a game of zombies versus humans.
The only downside is that if you change drums, they may jam. Be careful, and be smart in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Blaster
If your child wants to be a soldier fighting in a war, you can’t go wrong with the Rhino. It packs 25 shots per barrel, and it comes with two barrels. You can unload them on the competition, and they are actually quite easy to reload once you’re done. You do need a battery for it to work, and the battery is a unique 6D. The battery doesn’t last long, so make sure your kid has other batteries when fighting in a great Nerf war!
Nerf Modulus Regulator
If your child wants to feel like an action movie star, the Regulator is what they need. What makes this gun unique is that it has many different firing modes for your child to experiment with. They can do single-fire, burst, or continuous. This helps add strategy to the fight. Sometimes, you need to unload. Other times, conserving ammo is the way to go. It’s easy to reload, and it comes with two different barrels and scopes. However, with so many attachments, switching to them can be a bit of a weakness.
Nerf Modulus Tri-Strike
As the name implies, there are three different modes. This time, you have different bullets of different sizes. Sometimes, the smaller bullets work. Other times, you want a bazooka! This one doesn’t require any batteries for its size. It’s a big gun, but luckily, shooting and aiming is a breeze, and you need less reloading. With that said, reloading can be a hassle sometimes, so make sure the kid knows how to reload before they fight.
Nerf Zombie Strike Brainsaw Blaster
What a cool sounding name. This is another Nerf gun for the zombie apocalypse. This gun has eight bullets, and two sides to shoot them out of. Also, it comes with a spinning saw blade. Just pull the cord and it moves. Of course, it’s not a real saw, but it’s a cool simulation.
In the world of zombie hunting, you sometimes need a saw to cut off limbs during close quarters combat, or to chop down trees or other materials needed to survive. This is why the Brainsaw has it all. If your child loves living out their zombie fantasies, they can’t go wrong with this gun. It’s easy to shoot and reload, but the lack of bullets means your kid will have to be smart with it. It’s great if your child wants a survival horror scenario.
With a name like this, you expect coolness. This comes from Nerf’s Doomlands brand, and it’s meant for older kids. This feels like a gun you’d see in a post-apocalyptic game or movie. It packs a whopping 30 darts and it’s pure rapid fire. While the distance isn’t great; about 40 feet, it’s awesome for taking down an army of the enemy, and it’s great for reloading, too. With burst fire mode, you can shoot three darts and be smart with your ammo.
Also, let’s mention its name. In the post-apocalyptic world, your gun is the judge, jury, and executioner. All in all, it’s a very fun little gun, and everyone should love it.
As you can see, Nerf guns are a lot more than simple pump action these days. These Nerf guns are advanced and are great for parties. Even adults may have fun playing with the bigger, more elaborate models. Whether your child wants to have one for target practice or for fighting with friends, Nerf is still the king when it comes to toy guns. Indeed, it’s Nerf or nothing. Buy a Nerf gun and see how great they can be.
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