Building LEGO replicas is one thing, but building working replicas of guns in LEGO is something entirely different. Check out this reproduction of the NERF Maverick REV-6 blaster by AstonishingStudios. This is some awesome LEGO engineering.
A few weeks ago at SDCC, NERF announced its Rival Overwatch Reaper Edition Blaster, based on the Reaper’s Wight Hellfire shotgun. Now another Overwatch NERF weapon has surfaced: the D.Va Light Gun. The details remain true to the game weapon, except of course when it comes to capacity and the projectiles it shoots.
Is there anything that Adam Savage has not created or modified or tinkered with? Probably not. His latest great creation is a one-day modification of a NERF Rival Nemesis ball blaster, with which he added a custom 1,000 round magazine.
Doctor Strange definitely needs this NERF blaster – a gun that generates animated spells out of thin air. This truly is wizardry. This cool hack comes from a Japanese cosplayer, and it is able to achieve the effect by using a spinning LED wand.
Star Wars fans, check this out. GameStop will be getting an exclusive NERF Rival Apollo XV-700 blaster, done up in the style of your favorite bounty hunter. Unlike most NERF guns which use foam darts, this one fires little round projectiles which look like golf balls to me.
The thing about NERF darts is, they’re designed to be safe. You can unload them on friends without having to worry about any serious injury, but what happens when you fire a NERF dart from an air cannon?
The awesome looking NERF Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K isn’t available to the NERF-loving public yet, but there is already a way to crank up the firepower. This mod takes the the 100 round, 70 MPH firepower, and cranks it up to 11.
The other day, I talked a bit about a new NERF gun that shoot balls at up to 70mph. I admit there is something poetic about being able to shoot an opponent in the balls with a ball, but I still prefer darts.
NERF is showing off an awesome new gun to fling foamy death at your friends. This time out it’s not darts that you shoot though. This thing shoots little foam balls at up to 102 feet per second, or about 70 mph.
Nicolas Huchet has a sweet bionic arm. A team of hackers called Hackerloop developed a bionic NERF Gun for Nicolas, who was left with a myoelectric prosthetic hand after an accident. Presumably they started off by saying, “Gentlemen, we can rebuild him.”
A real A-10 Warthog fighter plane is equipped with a Gatling-type 30mm cannon that can fire off 4,200 rounds per minute. This mini, remote-controlled version of the Warthog fires NERF balls instead. YouTuber ajw61185 put a stripped down NERF Rival Zeus blaster into the nose of an old FreeWing A-10, and the result is pretty awesome.
I’ve been involved in enough NERF wars to know you want to protect two specific parts of your body… or technically four. You protect your eyes and your balls. Everything else can take a hit with no ill effects.
Growing up, my brother was a nervous sort and you could freak him out easily with just about any toy that moved on its own. I’m pretty sure it had to do with the flick Child’s Play that we stayed up and watched late one night or maybe Maximum Overdrive, where everything wanted to kill you.
Redditor Sithslayer78 loves playing Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ), a live action game where players try to survive a zombie invasion using soft toys, such as NERF blasters. He’s added another layer of roleplaying to his HvZ games by modding his blasters in the style of Halo‘s trusty assault rifle.
Most people prefer their NERF gun wars to be out in the open, but if you prefer some stealth and the element of surprise, check out the new NERF N-Strike Elite Pocketstrike Blaster. Now you can be a scruffy looking NERF-herder and no one will know.