Buzz Bee Air Warriors Bug Hunter Review

The Bug Hunter came out of left field, quite frankly. A blaster company suddenly making a salt gun? It was odd. Even so, the Bug Hunter is one of the more interesting offerings from Buzz Bee Toys, if only because it does so many things right. It’s a novelty, but it makes me wonder if Buzz Bee could make their regular blasters match it in quality and comfort.

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Nerf Dog Ultra Tennis Ball Blaster Review

As we reach the tail end of the winter holidays, I’ve found myself spending more and more time with the puppy. As such, it only makes sense to at least review a Nerf Dog product!

This review applies to virtually any of the tennis ball blasters (large or small). But with this one in particular, I can claim that it’s the best Ultra blaster ever!

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Dart Zone Tomahawk 60 Review

The Tomahawk 60 came out this summer to relative fanfare…and somehow I completely skipped over writing the review. Which is a shame, because it’s one of the best blasters Dart Zone has on shelves. Whether you’re looking for backyard blasting or a cheap Humans v Zombies primary, the Tomahawk 60 is a great choice. Assuming you’re old enough to support using it for a length of time.

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Blasterhub’s Best Blasters of 2021

It’s that time of year again, isn’t it? Where all of us blaster enthusiasts give subjective opinions on the best of the past year? Well, I know I’m behind on things, but between my reviews and the others I’ve seen (as well as blasters I’ve played against in battle), I can make a list! Here we go!

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Nerf Fortnite SR Blaster Review

Hammer-primed blasters are one thing Hasbro has lots of practice on. When the Fortnite blasters appeared, it was only a matter of time before one showed up. The resulting blaster, the SR (silenced revolver), isn’t actually a revolver like in the game. But it still functions quite well as a sidearm.

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Nerf Dragonpower Blaster Line Review/Overview

Earlier this year, Hasbro decided to cross promote Dungeons and Dragons with their other brands. Nerf was no exception, seeing three brand new blasters released in the Dragonpower series. One bow, one single shot pistol, and one very long revolver later, we have blasters fun for both play and for imagination. The line isn’t exceptional in performance compared with other Nerf dart blasters – it’s on par with Elite. But the styling is fantastic. Whether you’re a kid or a collector, they’re worth a look.

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Nerf Elite 2.0 Loadout Pack Review

Blaster packs. You usually see them from companies like Xshot. Recently, though, Nerf has gotten into the combo game, starting with Alpha Strike. Now, just in time for Christmas, we have the Loadout Pack from the Elite 2.0 line. One shotgun, one multishot pistol, and a Jolt-type blaster

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