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Nerf B5575F07 N-Strike Mega Mastodon Toy Blaster, (Unset)

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While similar in build to the blaster from the game, it’s given bright and bold colors, likely to help distinguish it as a Nerf toy. It has a purple body with orange and grey color accents. Overall, the design is more compact than others on this list, and there is something to be admired about its simplicity.

You simply rotate the muzzle to choose whether you want to shoot straight, left, right or down. It features a bolt-action which can be adjusted for right and left-handed players and includes a 12-round side-loading internal magazine and 12 Official Nerf Rival rounds. The Pillager's Crossbow isn't what we expected it to be. If anything, it's better. Even though it looks clunky and imprecise, this is a powerful blaster with enough range to give you a fighting chance in soft-play battle. As the poster-child of Nerf's Aerofin Ultra foam darts, this blaster is able to shoot farther than anything that's come before it - very little can match the Pharaoh in terms of sheer distance covered. Thanks to a bolt-action system, it's also pretty gratifying to reload. This a medium-sized Nerf gun recommended for ages eight and up. It features a purple body design with grey and orange accents. Batteries are required but not included, so it’s important to buy some in advance so that you can get to playing right away. Especially if this is being given as a gift to a youngster, it can be monumentally disappointing if batteries aren’t near!With four blasters, this set makes a great present for families to enjoy nerf fun together. Customers have been generally satisfied with the quality of the smaller blasters but a few mentioned that the ‘shotgun’ blaster breaks easily. Also, for a set of 4 blasters, 25 darts is possibly too few. Still, taken as a whole, this set offers great value and hours of fun. Because there's a lot to choose from, we've rounded up our favorite Nerf blasters here. They'll suit any age (be it young kids or tournament-playing pros) or budget, and crucially, there's no use-by date on them either. Unlike the best water guns, the best Nerf guns can be played with indoors or outdoors no matter the time of year. But best of all, nerf guns can be enjoyed by all ages. The dozens of models and brands that are out there offer unique choices to suit any marksman and many can be customized with specialized attachments like extra clips and barrel extensions. The Megalodon Nerf N-Strike comes with 20 Nerf Mega Whistler darts. While there are pros and cons to the Mega darts themselves, the large darts look as though they are easy to load into the drum and will be lots of fun to fire at others. Also, since they are a little bigger, they may be easier to find among the grass when playing outdoors. The NERF Fortnite SMG-E Blaster is modeled after the SMG class of weapons in the game Fortnite. It comes in a whimsical color scheme, but the basic design is reminiscent of the incredibly popular game. It’s motorized, has a limited-capacity magazine, and comes with six official Elite darts.

Several Nerf guns on this list are also themed after popular video games or some kind of immersive experience. Fortnite is a fan-favorite video game that, through Nerf, players are given the opportunity to enjoy in real life. Equally awesome is the presence of themes like zombie fighter which include lights and sounds in the Nerf-playing experience. There are no sub-series that belong completely to N-Strike Mega. The only sub-series the theme has are shared with N-Strike Elite or Zombie Strike. The Longstrike Nerf Modulus Toy Blaster has a very cool sniper-like design that includes additional accessories, multiple clips, and a manual shooting mechanism that has a decent range. Blending one of the most popular video games of all time with one of the most beloved toy brands, this Nerf blaster is ideal for fans of either. That's because it's not just a cool Fortnite crossover; it's an excellent Nerf gun in general.


Nerf Ultra : New Nerf darts that fly further than others. Only compatible with Nerf Ultra blasters. Want maximum flexibility to go with value for money? This option is perfect for hot summer days outside. Bringing together Nerf and its Hasbro-owned sibling, the Super Soaker, this option shoots water from a 40floz tank while also firing Nerf darts from a barrel at the top. It's the best of both worlds.

The Strongarm Nerf N-Strike Elite is a small but mighty Nerf gun. With its six-dart rotating barrel, slam-fire mechanism, and great range, this Nerf gun exceeds expectations, all at an affordable price. Unfortunately, quite a few users report that the unique ‘curve shot’ feature doesn’t work quite as well as claimed, but customers generally like the build quality, design and feel of the Rival Curve Shot Sideswipe blaster. Nerf Elite: Bog-standard Nerf darts. They're compatible with almost everything that isn't an Ultra, Hyper, or Rival blaster. Nerf Rival : Another set of pellets that will only fit Rival blasters (they're bigger than Hyper pellets, so won't work on those either).

While other blasters feature battery-powered mechanisms, this takes things to the next level. As well as rounds that fire at 110 feet per second, it provides enormous, easy-reload ammo hoppers to help you stay in the game for longer. Tactical rails leave you space to store extra rounds, too. The Z.E.D. Squad sub-series features re-released blasters with color schemes similar to that of standard Zombie Strike blasters. Blasters feature no performance change. Stride onto the battlefield with the Nerf Mega Motostryke in hand and watch your opponents cower. Intimidating, powerful and capable of shooting 10 darts per clip, this fearsome foam blaster can pelt foes in seconds. Customers have been impressed with the looks of this nerf gun, whether they’re Halo fans are not, and particularly love the power and performance of the Nerf Halo MA40 dart blaster.

The BattleCamo Series is a sub-series part of the N-Strike Elite, and N-Strike Mega series, featuring "camo"-style repaints of blasters. The Nerf Fortnite HC-E Mega Dart Blaster is another Nerf design modeled after the fan-favorite game of Fortnight. This particular blaster has a simple design, shoots mega darts, and is fairly inexpensive. This Nerf gun is motorized as well and runs on four “C” batteries. Batteries are not included, so that’s important if this is being given as a gift to a youngster. There’s nothing worse than opening a brand-new toy and finding out that there aren’t any batteries to operate it. And for adults buying this Nerf gun, it saves an extra trip to the store. Starting with the body of the Nerf gun, the Revolinator is 30-inches long, which is a little too big for a small child to handle. For this reason, and likely because of small parts, the manufacturer recommends this toy for ages eight and up. Given the “zombie fighting” theme of this Nerf gun, it has a green body with orange and grey accents with a few neat decals to drive the zombie theme home. Overall, a very fun design.The Nerf Halo MA40 is a motorized, clip-fed blaster that can fire 10 darts in a row from a 10-dart clip. Prime the blaster with the pump action Hold down the acceleration button to power up the blaster's motor, then press the trigger to fire 1 dart and press the trigger again to shoot another dart. The Nerf Halo MA40 can even be customized with Nerf accessories (not included) thanks to a rail riser that attaches to the blaster's tactical rail.

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