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NERF N Strike Elite Titan CS-50 Minigun

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Feb 5, 2019

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Everyone knows the slogan, It’s NERF or nothing, right? As it turns out, however, it’s more than just a slogan — at least when it comes to foam-firing toy guns — as the brand that pioneered office warfare has just further set themselves apart with the release of their first minigun, the N Strike Elite Titan CS-50.

Powered by four D batteries, this beastly flywheel-powered cannon fires up to 50 foam darts out of its spinning barrels via a drum cartridge that plugs into the bottom. And, since it’s electronically powered, it can do it with a single pull of the trigger, as the juice from the batteries makes it fully-auto. And, in case you’re wondering about heft, this two-handed heavy machine gun also comes with a shoulder strap. So, unless you’re Jesse “The Body” Ventura, you’ll probably need to haul this $100 monster onto the battlefield with two hands and shoulder support. The Titan CS-50 is set to hit shelves this Fall.

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