New Nerf Products Include 10-Barrel Gun That Will Tear Families Apart

To coincide with Toy Fair 2017, Nerf has unleashed three brand-new guns for all your fake firearm activity.

The Raptorstrike (known for extreme accuracy), the Twinshock (the first Nerf gun to fire two Mega darts at the same time) and the Modulus Regulator (which controls and manages continuous fire) will all be up for grabs later in the year. Allow me to explain more.

N-Strike Elite Accustrike Raptorstrike

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And with that, I've decided what my first child is going to be called. Yes, the Raptorstrike features a fully adjustable bi-pod, bolt-action, and a pop-up sight.

It comes with a $50 (£39) price tag but is definitely worth it if you want to own a gun with three 'strikes' in the name. A mean feat and a giant step for Nerf.

Mega Twinshock

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Mega Twinshock sounds a bit like an old-school Pokemon move but is actually a ten-barrelled, dart-shooting, giant blaster. A proper gun's gun.

For the first time, shooters will be able to fire two mega projectiles at once. If you want to shoot just the one, pull the trigger only halfway. Want to set them all off, pump the grip and hold the trigger fully down. You'll get five double-blast anarchy.

It's the cheapest price tag of Nerf's new arsenal, costing $40 (£31).

Modulus Regulator

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Modulus Regulator is set to expand massively in 2017 since its first appearance in 2015. Come autumn, it will comprise eight blasters and 20 swappable features.

With the expansion, the Modulus Regulator allows customers to fire one at a time, three at a time, or continuously.

"Continuous-fire was easy, simply hold the trigger down as long as you wish. The challenge was how to control single and burst modes," the Nerf design team told Wired. "We needed to find a way to count the darts as they passed out of the clip."

What's your personal favourite? What would choose If I came to your ends with a Twinshock?

Featured Image Credit: Nerf

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