The Nerf Blaster Modification Guide

Sep 18, 2018

Category: Living

There’s nothing like foam-bullet filled office warfare. But, if you want to reign supreme in your workspace, The Nerf Blaster Modification Guide: The Unofficial Handbook for Making Your Foam Arsenal Even More Awesome is your ticket to total domination.

Flip through the pages and you’ll find a variety of ways to increase range, projectile speed, and firing capacity of your favorite Nerf weaponry. YouTube star Luke Goodman, known for his channel called Out of Darts, walks you through Nerf’s two main propulsion systems and provides you with simple to advanced mods for reinventing your foam blasters. In addition to improving performance, this book helps you upgrade your Nerf guns visually with sci-fi, history, and steampunk-inspired paint jobs. The easy instructions come with step-by-step studio photos so you can beef up your Nerf arsenal in no time. This 120-page book will be available on October 16.

Purchase: $20

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