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NERF and Disney Team Up to Sell a $120 Mandalorian Rifle: This Is the Way

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The Mandalorian merchandise is like Disney is printing their own money. And now NERF has teamed up with the company to produce this $120 Mandalorian Amban Phase-pulse Blaster. Obviously, this is going to look perfect mounted above my fireplace mantle. I mean I’ll have to find somewhere else for my grandma’s ashes, but still.

The blaster measures a very respectable 50.25-inches (1.27-meters) long and requires 2 AAA batteries, which power the rifle’s 8 different loading and blasting sound effects, as well as its LED-illuminated scope and targeting reticle. Now let’s go bullseye some womp rats!

To operate, a single dart is placed in the spring-action breech-loader, and there’s a handle you pull back to prime the gun for firing, just like the Mandalorians in the show. Pre-order a blaster before December 31st, and the guns should be ready to ship by October 1st, 2021. Wait – October 2021? That’s a long time to go in a galaxy far away. How do I even know Earth will still exist by then and NERF didn’t just take my money and is spending it in the afterlife? Food for thought. Not very good food, mind you. Actually, this is just the wrapper a fast-food burger came in.

[via Hasbro]



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