Nerf Gun Fires Foam Balls at up to 70 MPH

Even if you don't have anyone to play with, shooting 100 balls in a row could make a good stress-reliever.
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Paintball lovers, unite! Are you too scared to get all bruised up if you enjoy some time playing paintball? Is that the reason why you haven't done it 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.

In this review video of Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K, the YouTuber LordDraconical gives us a quick reveal of what it is like to shoot with a nerf gun capable of holding 100 balls. He compares the new design to the previous ones, obviously a big fan of nerf guns, and explains the new attributes in detail. With its new hopper, which is entirely removable, one won't have to meddle with the whole gun to reload it with the balls; that's the most remarkable feature, LordDraconical explains.

He decently shoots the balloon-head alien with many balls in a row to show how the agitator mechanism works without balls being stuck in the hopper. At a speed of 70 mph (112.5 km/h), your enemies do not stand a chance of escaping from your wrath.

However, it is best to stay on the safe side when playing with an automatic Nerf gun. Do not attempt to use these guns on anyone at point-blank range as you might cause serious injuries to other people.

Want to step up in the game and see for yourself? Tune in! 

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