Cheap Nerf Guns?
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Cheap Nerf Guns
Okay, all trolling aside, if you’re looking for cheap Nerf guns, the obvious first place to look would be the internet. If you go on Google.com and enter the search term “cheap Nerf guns” into the search box, you’ll see a list of search results including a few ads and links to Amazon and eBay. Right after that, you’d see a link to AliExpress.com. And if you click that link, you might be surprised at what you find! You’d actually be hard-pressed to find any Nerf blasters, cheap or not. Instead, you’ll find a bunch of knockoff Nerf stuff from overseas. Some of it is weird, some of it is crappy, but a lot of it is actually pretty cool. Let’s take a look at some of these so-called “cheap Nerf guns.”
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First up, we take a look at this offering from Blaze Storm in their Hot Fire series. I can’t actually find a discernible name for this blaster, unless “Manual Soft Bullet Gun” is the name. This is clearly a knockoff of the Nerf Zombie Strike Hammershot. It looks surprisingly cool, too. Besides the writing, the paint job isn’t bad either. The first of these cheap Nerf guns turns out to look like an N-Strike Elite version of the Hammershot. Sweet.
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Next up, is another Blaze Storm pistol. This one is actually a copy of the old Nerf Dart Tag Snapfire 8. That’s amazing because I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone make a pistol that worked quite the same way as the Snapfire 8. That Nerf blaster is actually the only semi-auto blaster that doesn’t require flywheels or batteries. And this one looks to be exactly the same. And, judging by the price it’s listed for, this actually does belong in the “cheap Nerf guns” category. Click the pic up above to head over to the product page at AliExpress.
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Wow! I think everyone will know what this blaster is supposed to be. This is a knockoff version of our lovable own Nerf Elite Stryfe blaster. It looks a little cheap, or budget, but I still think it looks pretty awesome overall. This one isn’t really one of the cheap Nerf guns because it costs a few dollars more than the average price point at which a brand new Stryfe usually retails. I guess it makes up for it by coming with a target to shoot and 20 suction darts to shoot it with. Either way, Lord Drac (the Nerf Vampire) actually gave it a pretty favorable review which I’ve embedded up above. I really want to try this one out one day. You can find more info on it by clicking here. It’s also available in a Mission Kit type bundle, too! You get a knockoff Nerf Stryfe, and a fake Retaliator barrel and stock. Just like the old Nerf Stryfe Mission Kit. Hilarious. Check it out by clicking here or on the image below.
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Here we go again. Not to be outdone by the fake Elite Hammershot up above, they’ve managed to knock off the Nerf Rebelle Five by Five/Nerf Rebelle Sweet Revenge blaster, too. There’s not really too much to say about this one, it’s a pretty accurate recreation of the aforementioned Rebelle blasters, sans the support arm underneath the cylinder. The paint job actually looks pretty good and would be a great alternative for people who were too scared to use the “girly colored” Rebelle blasters. Look at those darts, though, don’t they look a little goofy? Fake versions of the old Whistler Darts no doubt. Click the pic above to find pricing and availability information for this blaster.
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And now for something completely different.Take a look at this thing! This doesn’t really look like any single one specific Nerf blaster, no. It looks like a few. This looks like something a good Nerf modder would make. It looks like a Nerf Longshot Front Gun with an integrated Mega Centurion stock. Or something like that. Either way, it looks very cool. It is a flywheel, battery operated blaster that operates with a power switch. That means it operates pretty much like a mag fed Nerf Stockade, which is something else that Nerf modders have been making for a long time. Very cool, very sci-fi. Looks like something straight out of Halo or Mass Effect. Click here to head over to AliExpress for pricing, availability, and more pictures.
That’s it for cheap Nerf guns at Aliexpress.com. They have a cool site there and you should definitely head over and check it out. To see a page they put together featuring nothing but cheap Nerf guns and related accessories, click right here.
Cheap Nerf Guns: Actual Nerf Blasters.:
If you want to go cheap and stick with real Nerf blasters, then you’re going to have to start at the bottom and work your way up. Amazon is where I usually get most of my Nerf stuff from and they don’t disappoint. Click here to be taken to the search results for Nerf blaster, sorted by low to high pricing. Starting at the bottom of the barrel in Nerf isn’t that bad either. You’re not sacrificing build quality or good construction. You won’t even have to give up good performance usually. You will usually give up the larger sized blasters. Like, for instance, one of the cheapest Nerf blasters, the Nerf Jolt (pictured above). That is one fun pocket pistol and it’s been said that every Nerfer should own at least one Jolt. Luckily, to help achieve that goal, Nerf sells the Jolt at a very cheap price point. Bump up the price just a tiny little bit and you’ll find yourself in Nerf Mega BigShock and Nerf Elite Triad territory. Add another pocket full of pennies to the mix and you’ll be headed towards the land of the archetypical Nerf blaster sidearm, the Nerf Elite Strongarm. This is usually recommended as the starting point for a person who is new to the Nerf hobby. So there is a lot of fun to be had on the cheaper end of the Nerf blaster spectrum and whether you go with the real deal or you dabble in the world of knockoff Chinese imports, you won’t be disappointed with the selection of cheap Nerf Guns.