Since 2007, Hasbro has granted retail giant Wal-Mart the right to sell their most popular Nerf guns in an exclusive color. While these blasters have been hitting Wal-Mart stores around the globe for some time now, they’re still finding their way into Wal-Marts across the United States.

So, which Nerf guns are currently available in red? Take a look below!

Red Nerf N-Strike Recon CS-6

Red Recon
A popular favorite, the Nerf Recon is a highly customizable blaster that features a detachable stock, site, light scope, flip-up site, and removable barrel. It can also be found in yellow.

Red Nerf N-Strike Longshot CS-6

Red Longshot
This Nerf sniper rifle is 3 feet long and comes with a foldable bipod, collapsible stock, a secondary blaster, detachable front barrel, scope, and more.

Red Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25

Red Vulcan
A fully automatic blaster, the Nerf Vulcan is a belt fed and battery powered Nerf gun that shoots 3 darts per second. It’s also one of the more recent blasters to rock this new color scheme. Also, on the box, on the upper right corner, is a line that reads “Red Strike Series.” Is this perhaps a hint that more Red Nerf guns will be available in the future?


The Start of a New Line?

With 2 of the 3 primary colors already being used on blasters today (blue & yellow), it only makes sense that Nerf slap the last one onto their toy guns… and with more color choices comes less problems for parents and friends. Parents can rest in ease knowing their kids can tell who’s Nerf gun is who’s, and Nerfers can likewise with friends. Nerf has solved that issue by offering multiple color options, and by creating series like this.

As the name “Red Strike Series” suggests, I think more is yet to come. So if you’re a parent looking to keep your kids from fighting over who’s is what, or you love Nerf guns and just plain like the color red, then here’s your chance to get a couple of the most popular blasters in Red! However, the Red Recon, Longshot, and Vulcan will only be available for a limited time, and are becoming rarer by the minute. If you really want one your best bet is to check out eBay or Amazon if your local Wal-Mart is out (which they most likely are right now, so check out eBay!).