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