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Dartblaster & Accessories

Dartbaster – as opposed to paintball markers or softair guns - fire soft foam projectiles with little kinetic energy. This makes them safe toys not only for children. Most blasters are spring-powered and need to be cocked manually. But electrical models also exist. Some cock a spring electrically, others have flywheels that accelerate the dart. The most popular brand for blasters is NERF. NERF are well made and perfect for modding.

Many NERF guns have accessories that can be used with many NERF blasters – scopes, sights, lights, bipods and foregrips that fit on tactical rails, shoulder stocks for the back of the blaster, or an entire front part that fits on the barrel.There are several different NERF series: N-Strike Classic (e.g. Longshot, Recon), N-Strike Elite (e.g. Retaliator, Strongarm), Dart Tag (e.g. Speedload) and Vortex (e.g. Praxis).

Coming Soon: NERF Rebelle, MEGA and Zombiestrike. But other brands like Lanard, BuzzBeeor Dartzone also have interesting blasters. While they might lack the ranges of the Elite series, they have innovative design and unique features like ejecting shells or rotating Gatling barrels. Originally children's toys, blasters have many grown-up fans around the world. They are popular among Live-Action-Role-Players (LARPERS) who use paint and a lot of creativity to turn these toys into impressive accessories for post-apocalyptic endtime settings or the impending zombie invasion.

Others break out the NERF guns to turn boring offices into a battlezone. Since the darts are harmless, blasterwars can break out anywhere, at any time. Another aspect is technical modding. A whole community exists that focuses on getting the most out of their blasters. Especially modified Elite-blasters can achieve ranges comparable to 0,5J Softair guns.

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