Nerf dart and ball blasters


#61

Snagged the Deadpool Kronos set at lunch. Can’t really test them out at the office, but they seem cool. Only 90 FPS, compared to most of the other Rivals line at 100 FPS, but seems reasonable for what they are.

Safeties are a little stiff, but other than that they feel good.


#62

Hey @wumpus do you know of anyone who makes custom battery doors for the Nemesis? I hate fiddling with the screw every time, seems like the kind of thing someone would’ve cooked up a 3D-printed replacement mod for, but my googling is failing me so far.


#63

I don’t, you’d need to contact a hardcore Nerf modder for that. Sometimes Etsy has stuff as well but that is arcane.


#64

For those looking for the Artemis (probably the best non-battery Rival blaster), Walmart has 2 of them (1 red, 1 blue) for $36. https://slickdeals.net/f/10921783-2-pack-nerf-rival-artemis-xvii-3000-1x-red-1x-blue-35-98-free-shipping

That’s an amazing price.


#65

Lot of Nerf stuff on sale at Amazon today:
https://smile.amazon.com/s/browse/?node=13406869011

Couldn’t get it to onebox or otherwise link correctly so you’ll have to copy paste


#66

Time to gather your nuts, gentlemen


#67

Wow, amazing! Thanks for sharing!


#68

Anyone got any recommendations for the best nerf guns for young kids? Looking for something without batteries that’s got the easiest mechanism for cocking/priming the gun. Power and accuracy are almost completely irrelevant, just looking for something for my nephew to play around with.


#69

Any Jolt style blaster is best. Priming is pretty tough even at age 5. Or you could go battery powered if you really love those particular kids.