There are a number of options to go to when you want a backup blaster to hide away in case of emergency, or just for fun. The release of the Jolt may make many obsolete, but that doesn't mean in any way that they aren't worth checking out, at least for fun.
Many times before others have made their own lists of the best blasters of all time. Each blaster on my list has a detailed description of exactly why it made it on the list. There is also a section of blasters that came close but explains why they didn't make it. They are in order from small pistols to large rifles rather than by how good they are as they all have different qualities that make them great.
The title says it all. This is the final definitive comparison between two bitter rivals in the Nerf blaster world. They are always compared. Everyone takes a side. There is no middle ground. This post will settle the age long debate once and for all eternity.
I was very interested in Nerf's new Vortex series when I first found out about them. However, I didn't necessarily want to spend $25 on a Praxis or double that on the Nitron, so I decided on the Proton, the smallest Vortex blaster. Did it live up to the hype? Read more to find out.
Repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints, repaints!
A picture from Nerf Mods and Reviews showing nearly all repaints of the Nite-Finder
The number of times I wrote repaints in the title is the number of repainted Nite-Finders Nerf has released so far. Excessive? I think so. I'm writing this partly out of annoyance and partly out of confusion. Most of all I want to know why.
My many interchangeable barrel attachments. Every one of them works on a blaster with a 1/2" PVC coupler on the end. They are best on airguns. Some examples of ones I have modded that work well for this are the Titan, Berserker, Mega Missile, and PAS (Pump action shotgun). More pictures and descriptions after the jump.
If the DT FuryFire were to be related to any other blaster, it would be the big brother of the Maverick. It is pretty easy to see why. However, it improves on the Maverick in many ways that make it a blaster in its own right.
The first time I ever saw the Alpha Trooper was a pre-release photo. It's strange appearance and mini drum intrigued me. After it was released, I found out how it was a Recon clone with a reverse plunger and my expectations dropped. I decided against getting one. Then my brother bought one and completely changed my mind.