One of my absolute best blasters from Nerf has to be the ZombieStrike Hammershot. One of the main reasons being is that you cock it by pulling down the hammer. It is a practical blaster, by that, I mean you can prime and fire it using only one hand, making it perfect for dual wielding. It also looks close to an actual revolver, meaning that you can make all your cowboy dreams come true. It’s also possible to fan the hammer, albeit a bit difficult. (more…)
While darts are typically flung towards people in Nerf shootouts, some may not realize that there are other types of foam flinging weapons available. One would not really expect using a bow and arrow to fling darts. Bows and arrows have been in production under the Nerf brand starting in 1991 until today. Starting with the “Bow ‘n’ Arrow” that was released in 1991, bows have had a considerable presence to this day.
Last time I was blogging about other companies that produce dart blasters, the previous on being Buzz Bee’s Air Warriors series. Another prominent series is BOOMco., a series of Mattel dart blasters that was released in 2014.
If you have been following this blog, you’ve probably seen my appreciation for the Nerf brand. But what if I told you that there are other brands of Dart Blasters? Gasp! It’s hard to believe right? That there are other brands other than Hasbro’s Nerf.
If you have a wide assortment of Nerf Blasters like I do, you probably have already come across a common problem; extra darts. If you want to have more fun with Nerf blasters, you need more darts. But let’s face it, Nerf brand darts are expensive; they’re just flat out expensive. However, there are several third party options out there that are just as good, if not better.
While exploring the internet for deals on toys I stumble a website, it’s actually a local Nerf community located in the South Bay Area. They are people who are interested in gathering people who have the similar interest in Nerf wars, discussing latest modifications and helping other people grow as enthusiasts. (more…)