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The World's Biggest Nerf Gun Can Shoot Darts At 40 MPH

Every child and every adult who wants to be a child again loves a good Nerf gun. They’re fun to shoot, whether you’re playing in your yard or across cubicles, and they’re fun to be shot at with, because Nerf guns are mostly harmless. Well, the game done changed. Mark Rober has invented the world’s biggest Nerf gun and it is beyond awesomely badass while being totally hilarious.


Don't Ask Why This Nerf Football Has A Screaming Human Voice

Video: Nerf Screamers were the coolest. They had little plastic whistles embedded in them, so that they would produce a screeching noise as they flew. (As I’m typing this, I realise how patient my neighbours must have been to listen to a tiny shrieking football at all hours of the day. Thanks Karen and Paul!) Regardless, someone took the 1991 commercial advertising the Screamer’s existence and replaced its trademark noise with human screams.


Nerf's New Dart-Blasting RC Battle Tank Is Straight Out Of Terminator

Nerf’s new N-Strike Elite Terrascout RC Drone looks like something Skynet cooked up to fight alongside the Terminators. But using a wireless remote with a live video feed from the tank’s camera, anyone can use it snipe at friends and co-workers while remaining safely out of range of retaliatory fire.


K’nex K-Force Review: Customisable Dart Guns Are Better Than Nerf Guns And Lego Combined

I don’t want to be one of those people saying you were either a Lego or K’nex kid growing up because I had and loved both. But as a rent paying, superannuation having adult, I’m gonna go ahead and take a stand.


You Probably Shouldn't Weaponize A Nerf Blaster With Scalpel Blades Like This Guy Did

As much as we’d love for slingshot-designer Joerg Sprave to visit Australia on a publicity tour, it’s creations like this — a Nerf blaster made lethal using razor-sharp scalpel blades — that will probably result in him being barred entry to the country.


Hide This Ultra-Thin Nerf Blaster In The Same Pocket As Your Smartphone

Sometimes stealth is a better approach than brute force and raw firepower, so the tiniest addition to Nerf’s 2016 lineup, the new N-Strike Elite Pocketstrike blaster, can be easily hidden away until you’ve managed to sneak up on an unsuspecting target.


This Nerf 'Battle Racer' Is A Terrible Idea

So Nerf guns, I get. Sure, you can run out of ammo quickly for the rapid-fire ones and reloading is a pain in the arse, but it can be a bit of fun in the right circumstances. A Nerf ATV though? Yeah, not buying it.


The Best Nerf War In History Is The Result Of A Happy Accident

If you’re on Facebook at all, you might have recently seen an event titled ‘The Best Nerf War In History’. It has a meagre description, and a few photos of the old military fort at Sydney’s Middle Head — although the combination is enticing for anyone with an active imagination. We spoke to the organisers to see how an event that was never meant to happen ended up with over 9000 people keen.


Silently Stalk Your Co-Workers With Nerf's Zombie Strike Blowgun

Even without a battery-powered motor whirring away inside, Nerf’s mechanical blasters aren’t exactly silent when being reloaded and fired. So for those times when stealth is of the utmost importance, the Nerf Zombie Strike Silent Strike is a simple lung-powered blowgun that won’t give away your position.


Nerf's New Brainsaw Blaster Includes A Spinning Foam Chainsaw

When the zombie apocalypse finally hits, blasters alone won’t be enough to keep the brain-hungry hordes at bay. So with its new Zombie Strike Brainsaw Blaster, Nerf has managed to incorporate a working chainsaw with a kid-safe foam blade.


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