Choosing A Nerf Gun

Many people will want to pick out their Nerf gun based on how cool it looks, which can be hard to do, since their bright paint jobs and new designs make them all look pretty cool. If you’re shopping for a child you will probably want to pick one out based on its age range, since some Nerf guns and weapons can be more powerful than others. They can also have more complicated shooting styles or are too heavy for younger Nerf blasters. Another option you will want to consider when choosing your Nerf gun is where it is going to be used. More powerful guns can shoot up to forty feet and probably aren’t recommended for indoor use. But there are less powerful guns that can be used for living room or office Nerf battles as well.

Several of the more popular guns include the Nerf Maverick, Nerf Raider, and Nerf Vulcan. They are all very cool-looking guns but each serve different purposes in your Nerf arsenal. The Nerf Maverick is a smaller gun that looks similar to a revolver. When you’re ready for battle simply load the 6 foam darts into the round chamber and you can fire them off in a matter of seconds. The Maverick could very easily be an indoor or outdoor gun as it only shoots up to 15 feet.

The Nerf Raider and Nerf Vulcan on the other hand are quite a bit bigger and recommended more for the big kid who loves Nerf. The Raider is Nerf’s version of a Tommy-gun. Its claim is the largest capacity Nerf gun ever. It holds 35 darts in its drum magazine and can shoot a single shot or can be set to rapid fire to give you an edge in your next Nerf battle.

Weighing in at 8 pounds, the Nerf Vulcan shoots rapid fire mini darts. With an attached ammo belt and target sites you’ll never run out of Nerf ammo and it provides some of the most precise shooting accuracy. Both the Vulcan and the Raider are probably better for outdoor use as they are able to shoot a further distance. Either one would be a fine choice to take into your next Nerf battle.

With all of the choice of Nerf guns out there you will need to do your research at to find which one is best suited to your needs and shooting abilities. And with all the safe fun you can have with a Nerf gun, why not add them all to your Nerf Gun arsenal.

from My Health Blog


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