Sunday, October 14, 2012

Blasters of NERF - The Best of 2012

NERF has been around for decades, beginning in the 1970’s and becoming popularized in the 1990’s with the tagline, “It’s Nerf or nothing!” Since then, the company has released some of the best toys known to the world. Many of us bonded with our friends and family over a friendly game with a high-powered super soaker. Therefore, it was important for NERF toys 2012 to prove themselves superior once again above all other toy manufacturers. The biggest question was, “Do they still have ‘it’?”

The following 2012 line of blasters proves that they definitely still do!


NERF N-Strike Elite Retaliator Blaster (shown above)

With a retail value of $43, this blaster reigns supreme. Complete with 4 configurations that include a lengthening barrel and a removable stock (for a steadier shot), it’s a fierce shooter with few competitors. The range is close to 75 feet with 12 foam darts to a single clip and a quick reload capability. There’s also an Elite customization pack available (sold separately) to turn this blaster from ferocious to undefeatable.


NERF N-Strike Jolt Blaster

This shooter is impressive! At first, it looks harmless; however, it’s small enough to fit in your pocket, drawing in a high-noon fashion before pummeling your opponent with a long-distance foam dart. Dubbed one of the most powerful guns to come from this company, Jolt is a perfect 2-shooter for those in-between games or the sneak attacks.


NERF N-Strike Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 Dart Blaster

This blaster is considered the machine-gun of all the Nerf shooters. A rotating fan means this blast is entirely air-powered with 2 blasting modes and intense firing pressure. An adjustable stock and clean design allows for bee-lined accuracy and a direct shit almost every time. Plus, rapid fire capabilities means it’s simple to eliminate your opponent with a barrage of foam darts all at once.


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