If you are a kid or a “big kid” who likes having fun shooting a Nerf gun then you are in the right place. I’m not talking about just any Nerf gun, but the big bad boy Nerf blasters. If you like them scary big and powerful then listen up, here is a secret for you. There are many toy manufactures who have managed to come up with some pretty cool stuff. The competition for best range, power, versatility and accuracy has really come far.
Recently, a few blasters made by different toy companies have achieved near perfection in some of their models. Let us look at one or two examples by category. The following are based on firepower, performance, reload time, and ease of combat handling.
Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Blaster
When you need to weaken their first line of defense before your other troops go in then the Rhino Fire is your weapon. This bad boy will make you feel like the Terminator when in battle.
The blaster has two 25-dart drum magazines that slide in and attach to its sides giving you a total of 50 darts. This means you don’t need to keep reloading during combat if only you can control your trigger finger.
When mounted using the detachable tripod at a strategic position, you can ensure the safety of your troop by giving them sufficient cover as they go in for closer attacks.More...
You can also modify it and put a strap on it (it doesn’t come with a strap). The twin barrels give you twice the chance to hit a target but this also means you can run out of ammo faster.
Just be careful how you spend ammo, it could mean the end of you. This monster runs on 6 D-cell batteries to give you the ultimate automatic firepower.
Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Dart Blaster
You want a machine gun that can be moved and set up easily on the battle field? This is it. The Vulcan is a magnificent gun. It can send 25 darts raining on your enemies for total domination.
Get this; it can shoot 3 darts in a second. This means you can empty out on your opponents in 8 seconds and reload before they even comprehend what just went on! Another good thing about this battery powered blaster is the way you can pick it up and fold the mounting tripod in a flash then switch position without compromising yourself or your new position.
The launching system is piston powered and it is possible to switch between a single-shot and automatic mode. The precision is higher in single-shot mode.