Nerf: Behind the Nerf Crossbolt
Ladies and Gentleman of the Jury, I present to you Exhibit A: The Nerf US | Behind the Blaster: Nerf Crossbolt video. I’ve embedded it down below for your viewing pleasure. Watch it right now.
Behind the Nerf Crossbolt. Thoughts? Comments? Concerns? Any questions? Let me know!
Okay, so let’s go Behind the Nerf Crossbolt. As for what I think? It seemed like they always went with one cool guy and one nerdy guy, but they went too far with this one. This guy, Lee Spielberger, makes Ben Stein look like Steve Ballmer. I’m sure he’s a great guy and he seems like he’s doing a good job at Nerf, but… I don’t know, not everyone is cut out for being in front of a camera. This guy seems slightly medicated. It’s almost as if he’s on Valium or something. These behind the scenes videos they’re coming out with are fun and entertaining, but they don’t really actually go behind the scenes too much. Just take a look at this Behind the Nerf Crossbolt video. It’s a glorified advertisement. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but that’s what it is. I don’t know, guys. Let me know how you really feel, in the comments section down below.
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Nerf Behind the Blaster Video.:
Priming Mechanism: Pistol Slide
Blaster Type: String-Powered Crossbow
Range: Up to 90 ft
Ammo: 12-dart Clip Capacity
Pros: It’s the only string-powered, clip-fed crossbow blaster available. Period. It also looks extremely cool.
Cons: Too small, could be more comfortable, not very ergonomic. Also, for some reason, its availability is extremely limited. The price this blaster retails for (when you can find it) is extremely inflated and overpriced.