Nerf has become something of a social phenomenon in the last couple of years. It saw an acute rise in popularity in the 1990’s, but now that college students and families alike have caught on to Nerf Tag and other variants of classic Nerf games, Nerf products are flying off the shelves.
One of the best ways to get started in on the Nerf action is with the [easyazon_link asin=”B004APJFK2″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”126p86-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” popups=”default”]Nerf Dart Tag 2-Player Starter Pack[/easyazon_link]. This pack comes with everything two players need to begin playing Nerf Tag. The set includes two Nerf vests, Nerf darts and Sharpshot ultra-accuracy blasters, and Nerf Vision Gear goggles for eye protection and enhanced vision.[easyazon_block add_to_cart=”default” align=”right” asin=”B004APJFK2″ cloaking=”default” layout=”left” localization=”default” locale=”US” nofollow=”default” new_window=”default” tag=”126p86-20″]
Play with friends and family and create home rulesets or rulesets for tournament play. Engage in action-packed Nerf tag. The darts are easily cleaned up after the match, as they stick directly onto the surface of the Nerf dart tag vests.
Coordinating team play is easy with orange and blue coded vests. Purchase a couple of sets for a four-player round, or triple it for a six versus six Nerf Tag match!
Nerf tournament crews organize all across the US, UK, Canada, and Europe. Some popular variants of Nerf tag include Nerf Capture the Flag, Nerf Assassin, Nerf Zombie, and Nerf Free for All. Ideal areas for Nerf Tag should incorporate a balance of open space and cover. Some of the best areas for small games are playgrounds, offices, and backyards. For more formal tournaments public areas like parks, schools, or gymnasiums offer challenging and action-packed play.
The vest is used as a first line of defense in most tournament play modes. Some rulesets allow players wearing the vest to take extra shots before being taken out of a round. The Sharpshot Nerf guns included with the set make excellent concealed weapons on Nerf Assassin or Nerf Deception matches, and they can easily be pulled out for a quick shot at the back of a fleeing opponent or an unsuspecting target. The Sharpshot is highly-accurate and powerful for its size, and it is a perfect short to medium range Nerf gun. While it doesn’t fire as quickly as the Nerf Raider, it can pump out a powerful and far-reaching dart.
The Nerf Vision Gear goggles are perfect for making sure Nerf darts don’t accidentally hit players in the eyes during the match. They’re also extremely stylish and perfect for outdoor play. Since Nerf is often played in an outdoor setting, the Vision Gear nerf series goggles double as sunglasses with 99.9% protection from UV rays. These are usually required at most professional Nerf tournaments, and they look great!
The Nerf Sharpshot in specific is a great fit for both kids and adults. It fits very well in adult hands, and the smooth sliding action of the gun gives it a great, realistic feel. It is easily-loaded like most of the modern Nerf guns, and it can fire at a decent distance. The Sharpshot isn’t optimized for providing cover fire or even street sweeping another team, which is something the Raider would be better for, but it’s great for taking shots around corners at the other team or pursuing a fast-moving target when the Nerf Raider or any other of the Nerf rifles of drum-magazine guns are too heavy to cart along. For this reason, the Sharpshot is the perfect sidearm, and it’s a great starter weapon for Nerf aspirants.