This Crazy Nerf Gun Can Fire Foam Balls at up to 70 MPH
The new Rival Nemesis MXVII-10k is the latest model in the series of the Nerf toy weapons. You can easily fire 100 balls rapidly at 70 mph.
Are you too scared to get all bruised up that's why you haven't gone paintballing yet?
Or maybe you have family members who are too young for a paintball game?
Well, you can have the same kind of paintball fun with the new Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K without having to endure the aftermath pain.
Nerf ball guns are armed with foam balls, which shoot out at high speeds so both kids and adults enjoy the extremities of this toy gun. What sets this new model aside from previous Nerf Rival series is that it's capable of firing 100 balls all at once.
All the ammo are loaded into the hopper all at the same time, which makes immediate firing a possibility. Unlike from previous models where you have to reload the weapon one foam ball at a time.
The Rival Nemesis can shoot the ammo at a speed of 70 mph - your enemies don't stand a chance of escaping from your wrath. Of course, this is just psych talk.
Do not attempt to use these guns on anyone at a point-blank range as you might cause serious injuries to other people.
To maximize the fun, try and use protective gears like the Nerf face mask and other small accessories, which covers both your eyes and face. Even though they are meant for playing games, you need to prioritize safety and health.
This new action blaster uses six D-size batteries, or maybe you'd prefer the Nerf battery pack - it's up to you really.
This Nerf blaster is sold with 100 high-impact rounds, it comes in red and blue color which is perfect for team wars and it meant for the age of 14 and above. It can be used together with Nerf Rival products.
The Nerf war blasters are among the most popular toys by Hasbro. If you check their site, you can find a whole edition of Nerf guns including Nerf N-Strike Elite, Zombie Strike Dreadbolt Bow, Nerf Rival Zeus and Rival Apollo XV-700 etc.
Nerf's Rival Nemesis gun is out this fall and will cost you $100 - not a bad price to pay if you're seeking to start a friendly havoc.
Have you ever tried one of these super dart guns? Would you buy it as a gift?
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