World’s Largest Nerf Gun

Jun 23, 2016

Category: Entertainment

Usually, when writing about something like this, a person would probably start off by saying that this giant Nerf gun is evidence that ‘bigger is, indeed, better.’ When it comes to getting office warriors like us excited, they’d be pretty on point. This thing is definitely cooler than your run of the mill Nerf weapon. If you’re looking to casually shoot around with your friends, however, we’re not so sure.

Built by former NASA engineer Mark Rober, this monster of Nerf gun measures in at 4-feet-tall, and can fire off gigantic foam plungers at up to 40 miles per hour thanks to a 3,000 PSI air tank in the gun, making it definitely more of an out of the office kind of thing. Just imagine someone bringing this thing into the office. How many HR complaints would be filed? How many cups of coffee knocked over? Check out the video above to see this behemoth in action.

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