In this episode, we discuss the history of ballistic ball blasters.
Hey guess what, it’s the Lumitron! Nerf added a new blaster to the Light it Up series recently, and while it’s basically a repaint of the Vortex Praxis it has those wonderful little features that set it apart from its darker green counterpart.
Let’s talk about the paint on the Lumitron first, because this is the only real thing that sets the Lumitron apart from the Praxis. I’m going to call this new almost neon green color shared by the Lumitron and Rayven “Light it Up Green”, I like the hue more than the darker alien green of the Vortex series and think it looks really sharp on the Lumitron. Continue reading
Well, that’s it! The Spring Cleaning Giveaway has ended! Keep an eye on AdultFansofNerf.com for the special winner’s announcement episode of the Adult Fans of Nerf Show!
The entries were awesome, and we look forward to taking a closer look at each of them to decide the winners!
The winner’s announcement video will be posted on:
Wednesday, March 21st, at Noon central standard time!
I know we’re all a little bit sad about Nerf’s recent Facebook announcement of no NTDL for 2012, but there’s still good stuff being released for the blaster line so it’s not a total loss. The first 2012 Dart Tag blaster I have to review for you today is the SpeedSwarm.
The Speed Swarm is a beefy 10 round pistol. It feels like you’re wielding a futuristic version of Hellboy’s Samaritan. The overall weight of the blaster makes it a little off balance, mainly attributed to the battery load. However, since the SpeedSwarm only uses 6 “AA” batteries the weight could be a lot worse. The blaster fires at the pull of the trigger with no on/off switch. Because of this there is a half second or so delay from initial trigger pull to first round firing, but this is really not that big of an issue as the SpeedSwarm unloads pretty quickly(as seen on The AFoN Show). Continue reading