NERF Blaster or the so-called NERF Gun - The pioneer!
The NERF Gun was clearly the pioneer in terms of dart blasters. The classics NERF Maverick and NERF Recon were the ones that helped NERF and dart blasters in general to their global triumph and inspire and influence current developments to this day. But the world of NERF Guns has evolved a lot since then. From kid-friendly Microshot NERFs to fully automatic Minigun NERF Gatling Guns, there's something for everyone. And even if in the meantime other manufacturers and brands like BuzzBee, X-Shot, CEDA or BOOMco. offer great blasters, NERF is still the non plus ultra of the blaster world.
We are Blasterparts, your shop for NERF Dart Blasters and much more from the world of blasters! Our extensive range includes NERF Guns, matching accessories, other blaster brands, and much more. In this category, you can exclusively buy original Hasbro NERF Blasters. Our NERF online shop is constantly expanding with the latest NERF models, making us Europe's leading online shop for NERF and other blasters. But the dart blaster hobby offers much more than just buying the blaster. If you want to tune and mod your NERF, Blasterparts has you covered! From tools to the right attachments and components for NERF, you'll find everything you need to disappear into your hobby room with your NERF for many hours.
Buying a NERF Blaster - tradition and innovation
NERF Guns are much more than just a toy for children, they also have a real collector's value for adults. In addition to classics, such as the Recon, the Maverick or the NERF Longshot, which are reissued in improved variants to this day, there are also always new developments and innovative approaches at Hasbro NERF. For example, the Sledgefire with its unusual cocking mechanism and a sleeve ejection for the shot dart. The absolute favorites of all NERF collectors and blaster enthusiasts are, of course, the NERF Stryfe Elite model and the highly customizable NERF Modulus N-Strike Blaster. The Nerf Accustrike is also a model that is often modified. There's also the Infinus, which can load darts into the blaster's magazine while in operation through a clever system, and the NERF Evader, which lights up with a press and can even illuminate attachments with its own LEDs.
It's challenging to determine the best NERF Guns because there are simply too many criteria to consider! An absolute queen of modifications remains the N-Strike Elite Stryfe. There are plenty of tuning and modding parts available for this NERF gun on our platform. Unfortunately, the blaster is a discontinued model, but with the NERF Elite 2.0 Series and the Nerf Phoenix CS-6, there is a successor that fits to many Stryfe parts. Also indispensable among blaster enthusiasts are the NERF Retaliator and the NERF Rampage, both reliable blasters that offer numerous customization options. Then there are hard-to-find blasters with collector's value, practically legends, such as the original NERF Stampede.
If one goes purely by distance, it might be the NERF Ultra One with its incredible 36m, if we believe Hasbro. Or is it ultimately just a good, simple blaster for everyone, like the NERF Disruptor or NERF Hammershot? Our sales figures suggest the latter. The list could go on forever, but however you look at it, the world of Nerf Blasters and how you evaluate them remains purely subjective. The NERF you choose to buy and adore is influenced by personal preferences. From our perspective, every NERF can become something special with enough creativity, and collecting and modifying them is a great hobby.
Series - NERFs key to success
NERF dart blasters don't just appear individually; they are always part of specific series that define the characteristics and appearance of the blasters. For instance, blasters from the Zombie Strike series
typically have an improvised look, are reliable, and are mostly pump-action blasters. Classics of this series include the Hammershot, Scravenger, or the tool-like Nerf Zombiestrike Nailbiter. On the other hand, the NERF Modulus series
has a plethora of attachments that can be combined freely. The N-Strike Elite Series
stands out for its exceptional power, with the N-Strike Elite Stryfe being a standout due to various available bodykits
and attachments that allow you to recreate the look of an M-4, MP5, or AK-47. The N-Strike Elite 2.0 Series is the successor, though not as easily customizable as its predecessors. However, many blaster attachments also work for this NERF series.
One of the newest series is the NERF Ultra series, which shines with completely new flight-improved darts and very high range. The MEGA Blaster
, on the other hand, shoot extra-large Mega Darts that are heavier and have different flight characteristics. Or perhaps you prefer the small but mighty NERF Microshot
blasters? If you want to buy a NERF gun, you can find them all with us!
But that's not all. Hasbro's NERF series also collaborates with major brands to release licensed NERF blasters. Foremost and first among them was Star Wars NERF
! For quite some time, you've been able to buy a Chewbacca NERF blaster, Star Wars Stormtrooper blaster, or the NERF Mandalorian blaster. These are often painted and used for conventions and cosplay. The second major brand is NERF Fortnite
. This collaboration resulted in quirky, fun Fortnite NERF blasters hitting the market. Fortnite toy weapons are especially popular with kids, featuring highly exaggerated designs inspired by the game. We also have NERF blasters from the NERF Star Wars or NERF Fortnite series in our lineup.
How does a NERF Gun work, and what can you modify on it?
Basically, all NERF Dart Blasters operate on a few key principles. There are the single-shot pump-action guns and repeater blasters from NERF, which are manually primed using a loading lever or handle. These are purely mechanical and work through a tensioned spring in the blaster, which is compressed during the loading process. Pulling the trigger releases the spring, creating pressure that propels the dart out of the blaster.
Then there are the automatic blasters that can shoot multiple darts in a row. These typically have a larger clip that feeds into the blaster, with a small motor block called a cage at the end, housing rotating flywheels. The motorized flywheels spin, and pulling the trigger propels the NERF darts between them, causing them to be ejected from the blaster.
Both types of mechanisms can be modified. You can install a stronger spring in NERF spring-powered blasters or upgrade the flywheels, cages, and motors in automatic NERF blasters. Stronger battery sets, known as Voltage Mods, can also enhance the performance of automatic NERF blasters. At Blasterparts, you can find tuning parts for almost every NERF blaster.
For all blasters, including NERF guns, you can also change their appearance through painting and coating. Modifying them visually is a popular practice in the blaster community and is referred to as modding. If you're looking for ideas on how to visually modify your blaster, be sure to check out our impressive examples in the Blasterparts customer gallery. Many of the modded blasters are from our community forum, blasted.de. Are you excited to dive into the NERF and dart blaster hobby? Whether you're looking for the right blaster for the next NERF battle or just some fun for your kids in the garden, Blasterparts NERF is the right address for all blaster fans!