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Nerf Nitro Motofury Rapid Rally (Ages 5+)

With the Nerf Nitro Motofury Rapid Rally, get ready for a new twist on an old toy! Do you remember back in the day, when you would shoot Nerf darts at each other? Now, as toys have become more advanced than ever before, Nerf came up with the idea to shoot little cars, instead of darts. Personally, we feel that this was a good idea and today, we are here to tell you more about this neat Nerd toy.
For 40 years now, the heart of the Nerf experience involved shooting small foam projectiles at unsuspecting siblings. Nerd Nitro will come out this summer (just in time for some fun backyard play without thinking about school)..Foam Cars
Don’t worry, it’s not going to hurt – these are foam cars, much like the traditional darts, except in the shape of a car. However, they do seem to be sturdier than the traditional dart. Not much has changed in terms of the mechanics as you will still fire them from a blaster. The blaster has been modified in order to angle sharply toward the floor.

Five Nitro Sets
In all, there will be a total of five Nitro sets available. Each variation will be based on the same theme, which is “shoot cars, do tricks.” The price will start at $10 and up. The blasters are available in the same traditional mechanical varieties that the dart-firing Nerf blasters come in. There’s the Longshot Smash, which consists of a single-shot spring-powered blaster that will fire one car at a time. Then, for a little extra money, you have the Flashfury Chaos set. This blaster can hold a total of three cars at one time. Next, for $50, you have the MotoFury Rapid Rally kit. This contains a neat battery-powered flywheel launcher with a clip that is capable of holding up to nine cars – this offers a rapid, semi-automatic fire. Each of these sets come with multiple cars as well as at least one ramp.

Safety
Nerf was smart with their safety feature. You see, if you remove the blaster from the hard surface, you’re not going to be able to shoot the car out. There’s a small safety button on the bottom of each blaster so that it can only launch the car when it’s on a flat surface. Of course, you can find the button and push it down, but that’s not as fun as putting the blaster on the table and watching the cars shoot across.

Conclusion
“It’s Nerf or Nothing …” Right? Nerf has been around for 40+ years and today, they are still popular among children and adults. Nerf guns are capable of shooting all manner of projectiles from darts of different shapes and sizes to straight up foam. However, with the Nerf Nitro, Hasbro is stepping on an entirely new stage and exciting direction. Nerf Nitro blasters fire small foam cars and they can fire them rapidly! If you have children who love everything Nerf, then they’re probably not going to let you walk away from this one.

NERF MODULUS BARRELSTRIKE Blaster (Ages 4+)

For those of you that love everything Nerf, there’s a new toy that is about to emerge! Looking at all of the toys that are going to be released in 2017, it looks like children and adults are going to have a lot of fun! Nerf is a name that many of us are familiar with – it’s a toy brand commonly found in every household with children. The particular toy we’re interested in today is the Nerf Modulus Barrel Strike Blaster. Is this toy something to look forward to? Let’s continue forward to find out if it’s something you’ll be interested in.

What is the Nerf Modulus Barrel Strike Blaster?

The Nerf Barrel Strike Blaster is the ultimate toy needed – with this toy at your side, you will be able to win all of those exciting Nerd battles! If you have one of these bad boys, the other kids will be jealous, no joke. Children will have the opportunity to build their own blaster to complete any battle or mission with the Nerd Modulus system – this is fully customizable.

By customizable, we mean you can customize modulus blasters with interchangeable accessories and create a variety of exciting combinations. Looking at the toy and reading about it, we found that over one hundred different combinations are possible. Each accessory, however, is sold separately, but that’s not that big of a deal, because it gives the little ones something to aim for and spend their allowance on. With over 100 different combinations, it’s going to be merely impossible to get bored of this Nerf toy …as if “bored” and “Nerf” are ever used together.

Take a look at these features …

* You can convert it from blaster to barrel attachment
* Attaches to Nerf modules blasters – each one is sold separately
* 4-shot blaster fires one dart at a time, making for accurate shooting

In the box, you will receive the following:

* The blaster
* The instructions (they’re easy to understand)
* 4 darts
* Batteries are not required for this product, so there will be no late night battery runs!

With this Nerf toy, kids can upgrade their blaster and have it ready for any mission or battle. This is a four shot blaster that converts to a barrel attachment. You can use it on its own, or use it to blast your way into battle. You can even attach it to a Nerd Modules blaster (that is sold separately) as a barrel extension. If you use it as a blaster, it can hold up to a total of four darts, firing each one one at a time.
To convert it, simply flip the end up, and attach it to the barrel of a Nerf Modular blaster – this is a quick process that can be done when that mission calls for long-range blasting.
Since it has over 1000 different combinations possible, he kids are going to have a lot of fun with this one, and there’s no denying that fact.

A Word of Caution!
Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard, this product is not recommended for children ages three and younger. You should only use the darts that have been designed for this product and do not try to modify the darts.

Conclusion
If you’re looking for a new toy that is exciting and has a bunch of cool combinations, then the Nerf Modulus Barrel Strike is a great option.

Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster

Nerf guns are fun for single players or multiple players. Even adults like to get in on the fun. There’s a Nerf toy that landed on Walmart’s Hottest 25 Toys of 2016 list. The Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster is an automatic Nerf gun that allows kids to shoot up five bullets per second.

If you’ve ever been in a Nerf battle – or watched your child in one – then you know that every second counts during the fight. Pausing to reload can leave you vulnerable to an attack and make it easy for the enemy player to sneak up behind you.

That’s why the blaster comes with 25 Elite darts. You won’t have to waste time during your battle to stop and reload. This feature is what will give you an edge in any game that you play.

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There’s nothing more disappointing than having the perfect angle to shoot at your target only to realize that your gun has jammed. But you don’t have to worry about that happening with the rapid fire capabilities of this blaster.

That’s because the flywheel system that the Nerf HyperFire uses to propel darts out of the drum makes it rare to for bullets to get stuck in the blaster. Nerf players know that the element of surprise is important when you’re at war with other players.

If you manage to sneak up behind your enemy, you don’t want the loud sound of your gun firing to give away your plan. Fortunately, the Nerf gun is designed to be quieter than some of the other automatic firing toy blasters on the market.

But that doesn’t mean this blaster can’t go the distance. You can fire darts as far as 90 feet away from your target, making it easy to surprise an opponent with a shot that seems to have come out of nowhere.

This distance also allows you time to duck and find cover. The blaster is easy to carry and designed for little hands. This means kids shouldn’t have any trouble pulling the trigger and watching their bullets fly.

But teens older than about 14 and some adults may find the grip is a bit uncomfortable, since it’s smaller. While this won’t keep older players from enjoying this blaster, it is something to keep in mind if you’ll be using the blaster frequently. This toy is recommended for kids starting at age 8.

When you’re purchasing this blaster, also keep in mind that you’ll want to stock up on D batteries and you’ll want to grab some refill packs of the Elite darts. The blaster comes with 25 Elite darts – but anyone who has played an intense Nerf battle can tell you that sometimes bullets end up lost during game play.

That’s why it’s smart to have extra bullets stored away. Another perk of having extra bullets is that you don’t have to spend time after your game searching for every stray bullet.