Nerf Pro Gelfire Uproar Review
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Spring of 2024, however, sees the return of full-auto fire. The Gelfire Uproar boasts up to 150fps and 7 balls per second, all off of 8 AA batteries. With an MSRP half that of the Mythic, it might be a compelling option for cheap gel ball blasting. At least if you’re dipping your toes in the water and want something simple. Check! And the list goes on ..read more
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Nerf N Series Infinite Review
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22h ago
The Infinite is the flagship of the first blaster wave, and for $40, it’s a hard blaster to criticize. It works as advertised, features a cool ammo capacity/reloading setup, and isn’t a rehash of old designs. Whether you get it, however, comes down to your opinion on the new dart ecosystem. fire them in actual Nerf wars. So the results have been interesting, to say the least, with both the blasters and the new N1 darts ..read more
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Adventure Force Aeon Pro X Review
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1w ago
isn’t the only new powerhouse on shelves this spring. A successor to the Aeon Pro also arrived on shelves, keeping the same relative form factor while featuring more quality of life improvements and modding potential. Aiming for 150fps may seem quaint at this point, but for fans of the top-prime setup, the Aeon Pro X makes for both a great new addition to the collection and a nice loaner for new players. Keeping the same $25 price point? That’s icing on the cake ..read more
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Game/Event Writeup: Nerf Action Xperience Manchester
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1M ago
Nerf Action Xperience opened its doors in Manchester last year, at one of the city’s main shopping complexes. Even for random tourists, it felt like it was worth the money thanks to both the games played and the people we ended up playing with (a local group of 20-something coworkers). While admittedly I would have preferred less gel and more darts, the setup was still great – and I’d play again if I visited Manchester in the future ..read more
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Adventure Force Nexus Pro X Review
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2M ago
is four years old at this point. It helped start the trend of pro-level blasters on store shelves/websites, as opposed to hobby-related sources. In retrospect, several things have surpassed it, but for the time, at least, the score of 10/10 was well deserved. Four years later, Dart Zone and Walmart have revamped the line! The Nexus Pro X has more power, more accuracy, more accessories, and all for the same price. And based on my extensive testing, it earns that 10/10 score, hands down ..read more
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Are you SCRD? Silly Tactical Gear Kickstarter Is Now Online!
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2M ago
If you’ve been watching social media from either , you’ve seen posts referring to new gear and different shades…and infection outbreaks. Some people even found the Kickstarter early based on the clues and got in on the Super Early specials. today is launch day for the SCRD Kickstarter! This line of brightly colored tactical gear is aimed at bringing back the sillier side of the hobby, seeing as so much tactical gear in existence (be it from airsoft, paintball, or more recent foam-flinging setups) is in dark colors. We’re adults with toys, after all, so why not look like it and embrace the fun ..read more
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Xshot Releasing Horrorfire Blasters! (And Unicorns!)
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2M ago
Finally, the main line is getting updates – there’s a Micro 2.0 coming to shelves, and some blasters like the X8 Ranger and Caliber are finally hitting shelves near me. So you’ll have reviews soon! , we have updates on new Xshot releases for the year! The Insanity line expands with Horrorfire, the blasters an interesting mix of bone, metal, and saw blades. The Doomsday and Reaper X are both listed, but the main blaster (Dread Hammer, a retooled Crusher) has yet to appear online. Mechanically, nothing is new. But the blasters look amazing ..read more
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Tiktok Ban? Will Nerf Content End?
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3M ago
Apparently, there’s a new push to ban Tiktok over potential national security issues (owned by Bytedance, in China, etc.). Regardless of whether you think it’s needed, it does put an interesting spin on company advertising as well as regular content creation. We’ve seen Xshot have extreme success on social media at low cost, and came out of committee with a unanimous vote , and now goes for votes in Congress. The President has indicated he would sign legislation, as well. So it will be interesting to see how both regular creators and corporations respond after investing time and money into usi ..read more
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Gel Ball News: Hasbro “Owns” the Market Now? Part 2
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3M ago
Let’s get back into the legal drama, shall we? I wrote an article going partway through the legal battle surrounding gel ball blasters. Life then happened, and I didn’t get around to writing Part 2. Turns out that’s a good thing, because a lot has happened in the meantime. In any case, it would appear that Hasbro has ultimate say in the market. After all, most of the companies with gel ball blasters still being put on shelves have a licensing agreement with Hasbro – not to mention that in many stores, Nerf Pro Gelfire is in the toy aisle, while others are stuck in sporting goods ..read more
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Nerf Elite Jr. Lionfury Review
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3M ago
The Nerf Elite Jr. line certainly isn’t meant to be a powerhouse – I’m not sure how to rate it in that regard in terms of range, as you’ll see below. But don’t let a low range score fool you; for the target age range, the Lionfury is a great choice for entering the world of dart blasting. Not to mention I appreciate the return to cool alternative blaster designs – who knew I wanted a spiritual successor to ..read more
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