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NERF Vortex Mega Football Aero Howler - Assorted Colours

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The Vortex series advertises itself as having "never-before-seen XLR Disc technology", giving these blasters "progressive styles, enhanced performance, and unparalleled Nerf power". Nerf guns can be incredibly fun and exciting to play with for teenagers of all ages. It encourages friends to enjoy themselves outdoors. You can even take your Nerf battles inside while using couches for cover. However, not all Nerf guns are created equal. Some Nerf guns stand out among the rest. When you are attempting to identify the right Nerf gun, there are several things you should be looking for when choosing. It is believed that the Fusefire, Ripshot and Ricochet were intended to be 2014 Vortex blasters, but were rebranded under the Zombie Strike series due to declining Vortex sales. Evidence suggesting this is the fact that all three blaster molds resemble the Vortex line aesthetically, and bear nothing in common with Zombie Strike. In addition, the names imprinted on the blasters have faint rectangular outlines indicating the molds were likely modified, and pre-production renders of certain blasters also feature the Vortex logo on them. The Vortex VTX sub-series features re-released blasters with a new blue and green color scheme. This sub-series marks the return of the Vortex series after three years of being discontinued.

Nerf guns are toy guns/blasters that shoot out flexible discs, foam darts, or even softballs. You can find Nerf guns available in a variety of different sizes and types. Nerf Vortex blasters use flexible and compact discs as ammo. When attempting to narrow down your choice, you want to factor in the size, firing power, reload speed, and your preferences. If you will be using the Nerf gun primarily outdoors, you will likely want a large and powerful blaster. If you are primarily using it indoors, a smaller and less powerful blaster may be what you are after. The Sonic Series sub-series features blasters made with translucent green plastic that allows users to see the internals of the blaster. Originally an N-Strike only series, three Vortex blasters were re-released as Sonic blasters in 2012. The Multishot Madness sub-series is part of both the Vortex series and the N-Strike Elite series. The Diatron was released under this series and featured the ability to fire two discs at once.

Despite accuracy problems with the discs, Vortex blasters remain potentially efficient. The key to hitting targets consists mostly of ricocheting off walls and other obstacles, a feature which may be useful for those who use the maximum potential of their environments. The series, with its green and orange "cyber camo" color scheme, has the appearance of alien technology; this is believed to be in contrast to N-Strike's modern look.

Alpha Strike • Assembler Gear • DinoSquad • Doomlands 2169 • DragonPower • Elite 2.0 • Elite Jr. • GlowStrike • Hyper • Laser Ops • Mech Strike • Mega • Mega XL • Nerf LMTD • Nerf Pro • Nerf Sports • Nitro • N-Strike • N-Strike Elite • N-Strike Modulus • Power Moves • RIVAL • ULTRA • Vortex • Web Shots • Zombie Strike AccuStrike Series • BattleCamo Series • Curve Shot • Dude Perfect • Edge Series • Flipshots • GelFire • Ghost Ops • ICON Series • Laser Ops Classic • Micro Shots • Monster Hunters • Retro • Survival System • Vortex VTX • Wild EditionBuffdaddyNerf (2018-05-02). Nerf News – Official VORTEX VTX Press Release! (Article). Blaster Hub. Archived from the original on 2018-08-14. Retrieved on 2018-05-02. The Pyragon seems to be the most powerful blaster in the line, likely because it has a stronger torsion spring. Discs fired from this blaster travel faster and further.

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