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10-Shot NERF Blaster

10-Shot NERF Blaster

There are lots of NERF blasters out there that can fire in rapid succession, but the majority can still only fire one dart at a time. James Bruton shows off an enormous custom NERF weapon he built that can fire 10 foam projectiles simultaneously. Each bank of darts is loaded into a magazine that rotates into place to be fired by rollers.

How to Pick up NERF Balls

How to Pick up NERF Balls

If you’ve ever been in a NERF war, you know it can be a pain to pick up the ammo lying all over the ground. Out of Darts shows us how a tool designed for picking up acorns does the trick brilliantly – especially when it comes to those NERF Rival balls. And it handily beats NERF’s own picker-upper.

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Triple NERF Rival Nemesis

Triple NERF Rival Nemesis

NERF modder Coop772 combined three Rival Nemesis blasters into a tripod-mountable turret that’s perfect for the old spray-and-pray tactic. Thanks to a custom hopper on top, the triple gun can rapidly load up to 1200 rounds with minimal user intervention.

NERF Porcupine Bomb

NERF Porcupine Bomb

For this dangerous looking build, Giaco Whatever created a really neat NERF weapon – a remote-controlled, CO2-powered bomb which can be placed on the ground, and fires a dozen or so darts in every direction. As an added bonus, he shot a little action movie to go with.

NERF N-Strike Elite Titan CS-50

NERF N-Strike Elite Titan CS-50

NERF’s toy arsenal gets bigger and badder thanks to the N-Strike Elite Titan CS-50. It’s a minigun-style launcher that can fires eight darts per second from its spinning barrel. It has a 50 dart capacity, and comes with 50 foam projectiles and a shoulder strap to carry some of its weight.

DIY NERF Bow

DIY NERF Bow

Looking for a fun NERF toy that nobody else on the block has? The Q has you set, with this sweet bow setup that automatically loads the next foam projectile from its magazine. The DIY build requires PVC pipe, rubber bands, plywood, and some miscellaneous other hardware.

Giant NERF Gatling Gun

Giant NERF Gatling Gun

Maker Ivan Miranda played around with a couple of NERF Rival Kronos blasters and decided that he could do it better. So he set about building a gigantic, vacuum-powered version that can fire of 10 rounds of ammo per second, at speeds over 62mph. We wish he made it fire actual NERF ammo though.

NERF N-Strike Mega Megalodon

NERF N-Strike Mega Megalodon

This badass NERF drum-spinner weapon offers two modes of fire – a shot at a time from its trigger, or all 20 darts in rapid-fire sequence with a pull on the slam-fire handle. It comes with 20 Mega Whistler darts which make a whistling sound as they fly through the air. Drops August 2019.

NERF Zombie Strike Nailbiter

NERF Zombie Strike Nailbiter

While NERF’s nailgun-inspired weapon is unlikely to take down the undead – or join wood or roofing as well as an actual power nailer, it is a pretty cool looking toy regardless, offering quick firing of up 8 foam projectiles without priming.

Electric Foam Dart Mod

Electric Foam Dart Mod

“I’m not gonna ship you guys something you can’t hurt yourself with.” Sufficiently Advanced made a modded NERF gun that shoots electrified darts. His latest version features contact points wide enough to momentarily shock people. Check out the build at 0:58, and the tests at 5:23.

ESPER Pump-action NERF Blaster

ESPER Pump-action NERF Blaster

Based on a design by NERF fanatic Captain Slug, this epic custom blaster comes as a build-it-yourself kit from Hong Kong Etsy shop AKBlasterMOD. You can find more of Slug’s foam-firing weapons on his own Etsy shop, including a more basic version of the ESPER, fully assembled for just $70.

NERF Rival Prometheus

NERF Rival Prometheus

NERF expert Coop772 checks out their latest mega-weapon, the Rival Prometheus MXVIII-20K blaster. This fully-automatic monster can fire 8 rounds per second. It’s carried low like a portable gatling gun, and its magazine holds up to 200 high-impact foam rounds.

NERF Hanging Storage

NERF Hanging Storage

Are you or someone in your house NERF-aholic? This handy over-the-door storage caddy holds dozens of rounds of foam ammo, blasters, spare magazines, and other accessories, and provides target practice areas on both sides. Drops 3/1/19.

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NERF Rival Minigun Mod

NERF Rival Minigun Mod

Captain Xavier shows off one of the coolest NERF builds we’ve ever seen – a Rival minigun that can fire up to 20 rounds per sec, and up to 2000 rounds from a backpack ammo supply. Even if it didn’t work, we’d be intimidated by its looks. Firing demo starts at 18 minutes.

Supersonic NERF Gun

Supersonic NERF Gun

I did a thing bought some tampons. But that’s not the only thing that the YouTuber shows off in his video, the highlight of which is a high-powered NERF weapon that he modded to fire the feminine hygiene products as its projectiles using compressed air. Don’t try this at home.

NERF Blaster Modification Guide

NERF Blaster Modification Guide

Written by YouTuber Luke Goodman aka Out of Darts, The NERF Blaster Modification Guide is an unofficial handbook that has everything you need to know about modding NERF weapons, from the basics to more advanced processes such as 3D printing.

Foam Dart Mortar

Foam Dart Mortar

Goshfun’s realistic looking mortar is perfect for those serious about their NERF wars. The spring-loaded plastic mortar fires safe, oversized foam bullets when you drop them into the mortar. It has a range of up to 20′ and comes with three foam bullets.

NERF Laser Ops Pro

NERF Laser Ops Pro

NERF’s upcoming Laser Ops Pro toy guns are the company’s take on laser tag. The Alphapoint pistol and the Deltaburst rifle serve as both the weapons and the targets. A red dome on top of the gun serves as the target. They will be available 8/18 for $30 and $50 respectively.

DIY NERF Rocket Launcher

DIY NERF Rocket Launcher

(PG-13: Language) Ryan & David made a NERF-themed rocket launcher that can do some serious damage. For ammo, they made gigantic Nerf darts out of PVC fittings and pool noodles. Watch them wreck stuff with this dangerous and almost certainly illegal toy.

Shooting NERF Darts from a Real Gun

Shooting NERF Darts from a Real Gun

Ryan & David modified the barrel of a rifle so they could load it with NERF darts, which they propelled with blank cartridges. It turns out the result is still lethal. We’d like to see this done in slow motion though, because it looks like the rifle turned into a shotgun.

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Rival Jupiter

Rival Jupiter

NERF mod fanatic Out of Darts shows off a totally awesome new custom dart gun – a full-auto pistol that fires NERF Rival foam balls at 100 feet-per-second. DIY kits should be available this Summer in his Etsy shop for $99.

Adam Savage’s Mega NERF Blaster

Adam Savage’s Mega NERF Blaster

We’ve seen some awfully impressive NERF weapons over the years, now Adam Savage throws his hat into the ring with an impressive one-day build of a NERF Rival Nemesis that has a removable see-through magazine to expand its capacity to 1,000 rounds per load.

NERF Spellcaster Hack

NERF Spellcaster Hack

Cosplayer and steampunk gadget maker Frisk P shows off an awesome NERF blaster hack. By adding a spinning Phantom LED wand that pops out of its front, the gadget casts a Doctor Strange-like holographic spell in mid-air using a persistence of vision illusion.

NERF Han Solo Blaster

NERF Han Solo Blaster

NERF expert Coop772 shows off a nifty new addition to Hasbro’s toy weapons arsenal – an orange and grey NERF gun inspired by Han Solo’s iconic DL-44 heavy blaster pistol, perfect for taking down all the Greedos in your life, complete with “pew-pew” sound effects.

DIY Supersonic NERF Cannon

DIY Supersonic NERF Cannon

By using an air pump and a burst disc to pressurize and release helium gas, The Backyard Scientist shows off an insanely powerful NERF gun that can fire darts faster than the speed of sound. Watch, and you might even learn a thing or two about physics.

Kobra-1 Foam Dart Blaster

Kobra-1 Foam Dart Blaster

It looks a bit like a high-tech hot glue gun, but this premium foam dart blaster is designed for grown ups who want their toys to not look like or fall apart like kids’ toys. Built from durable materials, it’s designed to fire quickly and reliably at speeds up to 130 feet per second.

NERF Rival Khaos MXVI-4000

NERF Rival Khaos MXVI-4000

A fully-motorized NERF blaster capable of firing up to 40 soft foam rounds without reloading. Its magazine-based loading systems mean you can reup with spare cartridges fast. Fires at speeds up to 100 feet per second. Choose from red or blue versions for team play.

Liquid Nitrogen NERF Mod

Liquid Nitrogen NERF Mod

Giaco Whatever has an extensive history of making dangerous items. So leave it to him to transform a normally safe kid’s NERF gun into a deadly weapon, thanks to the pressure generated liquid nitrogen expanding inside the gun at room temperature. Kablam at 22:16.

NERF Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K

NERF Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K

Perhaps the ultimate NERF blaster, this fully-motorized play weapon features a large gravity-fed hopper that holds up to 100 soft rounds at nearly 100 feet per second. It comes in red and blue versions for team play.

NERF Modulus Tri-Strike

NERF Modulus Tri-Strike

This over-the-top NERF gun can fire three different types of projectiles, including Elite darts, oversize MEGA darts, and our personal favorite, the giant MEGA Missile ammo. Its modular design lets you use the blasters individually as well.

Deadly NERF Gun Mod

Deadly NERF Gun Mod

Backyard engineer Peter Sripol turned a NERF rifle into a souped-up airsoft gun with a fairly large barrel. Then he loaded the gun with all sorts of improvised projectiles, such as AA batteries, 6″ nails, and fireworks. This guy’s going to be just fine in the apocalypse.

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