A couple of months ago, I came across a video of someone creating the biggest Nerf Blaster ever. The coolest thing about it? He’s from the Silicon Valley!
The Nerf RIVAL line has a decent line of products currently released on the market, so i just figured I’d chime in on creating my ideal RIVAL loadout. Please not however, that some of these products aren’t readily available in the United States. (more…)
If you’re one to fancy Nerf products by now, you’ve most likely realized, they are expensive. Thankfully, there are several ways on saving on Nerf related merchandise. (more…)
One thing that really captivates me regarding Nerf Blasters is that they are really useful in action sequences. Utilizing Nerf Blasters does not diminish the quality of scenes at all, they give them a more dynamic view as using prop guns are more unsafe in terms of filming. (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.
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.
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…)