Saturday, 31 December 2011

Nerf Raider CS-35 Review

The Raider CS-35 was Nerf's third CS blaster, and the first to utilise 'slam fire' and a drum mag. It was originally officially released on 9/9/2009. Unlike the majority of modern Nerf blasters, the Raider (as you can see above) is blue instead of the traditional yellow/orange.

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Comparison: Nerf Stampede ECS vs Alpha Trooper CS-18

Well I had some time to kill, so I thought I'd write this up.

This is a comparison post of the Stampede ECS vs the Alpha Trooper CS-18.

Friday, 16 December 2011

2011 Nerf Sum-up

This post will be a round up of everything Nerf in 2011.
Firstly, we have the release of a new Dart Tag range (albeit not in Aus *sad*). They all sport curved sleek shells in black and yellow, and introduce new concepts in Nerf - the quick load slot and battery powered full auto revolvers.

Monday, 5 December 2011

Comparison: Nerf Reflex IX-1 vs Secret Strike AS-1

This will be a comparison between the Reflex IX-1 and Secret Strike AS-1 - the two smallest blasters until the introduction of the Jolt EX-1.

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Comparison: Nerf Maverick REV-6 vs Spectre REV-5

This post will be a comparison post between the Maverick REV-6 and Spectre REV-5. I have both, and have used them extensively.

Friday, 2 December 2011

Nerf Ammo Box Review

The Nerf Ammo Box was released some time ago (2009 or something), and is very basic. It comes with 100 darts of either Sonic Micro (Whistlers with reversed colour scheme) or Streamlines (of course). The box itself is just plastic, with simple detailing.
In essence, it's a relatively cheap made box, but for the price, it's a good ammo replenishment and storage item to purchase.