Want the best foam disc blaster to blast your friends with? Look through this list of the top Vortex series blasters. Also check out this nerf guns list!
With Christmas just around the corner, the hunt for that perfect gift for your kids is starting to pick up. Nerf guns are a long-time favorite for kids of all ages, and these days there are dozens of options to choose from.
If you want a really customizable weapon you can use in a variety of Nerf battles, you probably want to take a look at the Nerf Vortex Praxis Blaster. It's part of the Vortex line of weapons that shoot little green discs instead of the darts or mini darts.
Nerf Spins Up With the Revonix360 Orange darts are practically synonymous with the Nerf name, but they're not the only ammunition Nerf blasters can fire. The Vortex series of blasters is one example, eschewing traditional darts in favor of green foam discs called XLR discs.
As someone with a passion for toys, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to test drive the new Nerf Vortex Lumitron. I've always liked the Nerf disc line since it arrived, even though I've lost many discs, and this new machine compares pretty well to standard Nerf firearms. However, it's also got a few flaws, detailed below in the Good, the Bad and the Nerfy!
Throughout The Art of War, Sun Tzu frequently emphasizes and re-emphasizes the importance of versatility. In fact, the whole book is basically telling you "Be versatile," there it is, the art of war for you. This is just as true on the Nerf battlefield as it is on any other, and versatility is what the Nerf Vortex Proton Blaster delivers.
When most people think of Nerf, they think of the standard rifles that shoot out bright foam darts. While the N-Strike line still provides classic guns and ammunition, Nerf changes the rules of foam play with the Vortex line: a line of blasters and rifles that fire foam discs instead of darts.
For anyone who hasn't taken a Vortex Blaster out for a game yet, these innovative new guns may just prove to be the next wave in foam dart guns. The name comes from their use of semi-hard foam rubber discs in place of darts, or in some cases, in addition to darts.
Have you seen the Nerf Vortex Nitron Blaster yet? In case you haven't heard, the Vortex series is a bunch of Nerf weapons that shoot foam discs instead of the usual darts, arrows, or balls.