Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster

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  • Blaster's banana clip holds up to 10 darts
  • Warning: choking hazard due to small parts; not for children under 3 years
  • Build your own blaster with the motorized Nerf Modulus ECS-10 blaster
  • Caution: do not aim at eyes or face
  • Features targeting scope, drop grip and dual-rail barrel
  • Do not modify darts or dart blaster
  • Includes blaster toy, targeting scope, drop grip, dual-rail barrel, storage stock, banana clip, 10 darts and instructions
  • Age range: 8 years and up
  • To avoid injury, use only darts designed for this product
  • Blaster can launch the included darts at targets up to 90' away
  • Recommended for ages 8 years and up
  • Nerf N-Strike blaster requires four "AA" batteries (not included)
  • Flexible blaster has more than 30 combinations
Bow Arrows Darts Missiles Motorized Blast Detachable Stock Lights-Up Makes Sounds Bipod Battery Operated
About Nerf

Nerf means Non-Expanding Recreational Foam. Unknown to many, the first Nerf wasn’t actually a gun. The Parker Brothers used a four-inch polyurethane foam. They called it as “the world’s first indoor ball.” The ball made its debut in 1969. It quickly became a hit. The brothers asked inventor Reyn Guyer to develop other toys that are also made from foam. By 1972, the brand debuted the Nerf football. Over the years, the company has changed. The Kenner Parker Toys, the company that owned the Parker Brothers Brand, was purchased by Tonka in 1987. By 1991, Hasbro bought Tonka thus, making Nerf under Hasbvro. With a new leadership, the Nerf made a strong comeback. As a matter of fact, 2010 Business Week reported the brand’s revenues is more than $100 million.

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