Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus Blaster

Feb 6, 2018

Category: Gear

The fact that they have to be reloaded is one of the biggest downside to Nerf’s foam dart blasters. Not only is it annoying, but it gives your enemies a chance to get the drop on you. Well, now you never have to worry about that again – because the new N-Strike Elite Infinus can fire an endless stream of darts.

This drum-loaded blaster, which can hold up to 30 darts in its removable cartridge, functions a lot like a non-lethal version of the famous Tommy Gun. It’s also the first Nerf gun with an LED indicator system to tell you when its ready to fire, needs reloading, or has a jam. But the best part of it is that it also features a funnel on the back that allows it to be reloaded with darts one-by-one without having to remove the drum. That means, theoretically, you could keep firing darts forever – or at least until its four D-cell batteries run dry – without ever having to stop to reload. When it hits the shelves, this endless auto-blaster will retail for $70.

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