The Latest Nerf Gun Is Fully Automatic And Shoots Tiny Foam Balls At 70 Miles Per Hour

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As an adult, there is nothing more fun than an old fashion Nerf war in the office. Hopefully you’re lucky enough to work at a place where such an activity is allowed. But it’s a great reminder that you’re still a kid heart, even when your soul-crushing cubicle job is throwing you into the pits of despair.

According to Gizmodo, Nerf positioned to release a tactical game-changer when it comes to office Nerf battles. It’s called the Nerf Rival Khaos MXVI-4000 Blaster and it’s slated for release with Nerf’s fall 2016 line-up. More or less, it lets you rain down a hell-spray of foam balls from its fully-automatic 40-ball magazine.

The Rival Khaos is a follow-up to Nerf’s first generation release of the Nerf’s Rival blasters, which shoots little foam balls at 70 miles per hour. Powered by six D-batteries, the Khaos will have the same velocity.

It will cost $70 when it comes out over the summer. In the meantime, the first-gen Nerf Rival blasters from last year are pretty cheap! Only $25. Plus, there’s a hack out there to make it fully-automatic with some slight DIY modifications.

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