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Nerf News: Avengers Infinity War Assembler Gear Blasters

With the new Avengers Infinity War movie coming soon to cinemas, it is time for some more cross-promotional Nerf blasters. The new Avenger themed blasters are a part of a new series, known as Assembler Gear. From the leaked images on Baidu, there is a Star-Lord, Hulk, Captain America, Iron-Man and Spiderman (Iron-Spider) blaster.

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Nerf Modulus Mediator Stock Review

The new year has brought with it not just bone-chilling temperatures, but a cool new refresh to the Nerf blaster line. Since the Mediator is being released in three separate pieces, we’ll do the same for our review.

Mediator Core Blaster Review
Mediator Barrel Review

The stock is large and extremely comfortable, especially for adults. It also includes a Double Strike-type blaster that sits within the stock. A comfy stock and hidden secondary? That might be your thing.

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Nerf Modulus Mediator Barrel Review

The new year has brought with it not just bone-chilling temperatures, but a cool new refresh to the Nerf blaster line. Since the Mediator is being released in three separate pieces, we’ll do the same for our review.

Mediator Core Blaster Review
Mediator Stock Review

The barrel attachment serves as a additional shotgun blast for whatever blaster you mount it to. It works. Whether you buy it is just a matter of play style.

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Nerf Modulus Mediator Blaster Review

The new year has brought with it not just bone-chilling temperatures, but a cool new refresh to the Nerf blaster line. Since the Mediator is being released in three separate pieces, we’ll do the same for our review.

Mediator Barrel Review
Mediator Stock Review

The Core blaster amounts to a pistol Rampage. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

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Nerf Zombiestrike Wrathbolt Review

January 1st, 2018 brings with it many new blasters in the Nerf lineup, although there are always some blasters that pop up early. Seeing as there hasn’t been much focus on it, I thought I’d share a review of an arrow-launching blaster, the Zombie Strike Wrathbolt. For $15, it’s quite the performer – assuming you actually use arrows.

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Zuru Xshot Turbo Advance Review + Modification

I’ve had the Turbo Advance on hand for nearly four months, and did a quick video review which consisted essentially of a slide show of internals and my thoughts on the blaster. I’ve waited to do a proper write-up until now because I wanted to see what I could do with the blaster, both in terms of modification and war/HvZ use. It’s a good blaster, but with some love it can be even better.

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Nerf Elite Surgefire Review

By and large, the Nerf brand has embraced the magazine for its flagship products. Cylinders have largely been relegated to roles in pistols or specialized roles (Mastodon, The Judge, etc). In the case of the Surgefire, however, Hasbro has released a fifteen-shot blaster at a primary-type price point. It performs up to Elite standards and works well in practice, but is it too little too late?

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