The good people at Nerf would like to thank the NerfGuns.org community for being so passionate about their awesome products, and as a way to say thanks, they have offered to give away not one, but two great prizes to you guys. It’s a very cool gesture if I do say so myself, and I’m very excited to be a part of it.
The prizes are:
- (1) Brand spanking new Nerf Deploy
- (1) Nerf Dart Tag Capture the Flag Set
And yes, because there are two prizes, there will be two winners!
That’s right. Two of you will receive some awesome Nerf weaponry for free, delivered straight to your door, courtesy of Nerf.
Does it get any better than that? I think not.
How do I enter the giveaway?
All you have to do to enter the giveaway is register for an account on NerfGuns.org. The only thing you need in order to register is a valid email address — there is absolutely no cost involved.
Not only will you registering to give you a chance to win one of these two great prizes, but it will also enable you to write comments on posts.
*important* – I’m a big believer in internet privacy. You will not receive a single spam email from me. Ever.
I’m already registered, do I need to register again?
Nope! I just enabled registration at the beginning of this giveaway, so if you’re registered, you’re already in the running.
How do you decide who wins?!
The winners will be chosen at random. The first registrant drawn will be given a choice of either the Nerf Deploy or the Dart Tag Capture the Flag set.
The second registrant drawn will receive the remaining (equally awesome) item.
Can I register more than once?
It’s technically possible, but all duplicate registrations will be deleted prior to the drawing. In other words, I wouldn’t waste your time — I know all the tricks:)
When will the winners be announced?
The window for registration closes on Tuesday, March 23rd, and the winners will be contacted on the 24th.
If you have any additional questions that I’ve failed to answer, please contact me.
Table of Contents
View on Amazon Series: Nerf N Strike Capacity: 1 dart Range: 30-35 feet Year Released: 2004 The Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 is a re-release of the original Nerf Nite Finder, and aside from the new yellow and black paint job that matches the rest of the N-Strike line, the Nite Finder EX-3 is the same […]
View on Amazon Nerf Vulcan Quick Facts! Series: Nerf N Strike Ammo capacity: 25 darts Range: 15-20 feet Released: 2008 Part of the Nerf N-Strike line, the Nerf Vulcan is one of the most ambitious Nerf guns that Hasbro has ever made. The first thing you’ll notice when you take the Vulcan out of the […]
View on Amazon Series: Maxforce Guns Ammo capacity: 4 darts Range: 40-45 feet Released: 1994 The Nerf Rattler was a solid Nerf gun for its time. A semiautomatic, the Rattler can shoot off four rounds in succession before it needs to be reloaded. The firing lever is a bit strange and hard to get used […]
View on Amazon The Nerf Super Soaker Shot Blast is one of the coolest water guns that I’ve ever had the pleasure of soaking people with. The Shot Blast is the only water gun I’ve ever owned that has a shoulder stock — this thing feels like a water spraying version of the Longshot. To […]
View on Amazon The Nerf PowerClip DX 1000 is a truly amazing creation. Inspired by the popular Super Soaker line, the Nerf PowerClip DX 1000 works off of air pressure. Pump the PowerClip 15 times, and you’ll be sending 10 darts 78 feet through the air at a rate of 8 darts per second. This […]
View on Amazon Series: Nerf N Strike Ammo capacity: 5 darts Range: 25-30 feet Released: 2010 Another new announcement from Nerf, this time in regards to a new double-barrel blaster called the N-Strike Barrel Break IX-2. I don’t know much about the Barrel Break yet, but here is what I do know: The Barrel Break […]
View on Amazon Nerf N-Strike Spectre REV-5 Quick Facts! Series: Nerf N Strike Ammo: Whistler Darts Ammo capacity: 5 darts Range: 25-30 feet Released: 2010 I have another new Nerf gun to announce: The Nerf N-Strike Spectre REV-5. I’m pretty pumped about this one. It combines features of the Maverick (one of my favourite Nerf […]
I get a lot of emails asking which replacement darts fit which Nerf guns. Truth be told, it can be a little frustrating to find the right darts, so this is my attempt at a buyer’s guide. Micro Darts Micro Darts are the most common type of Nerf darts, as they work with all modern […]
View on Amazon First things first: The Nerf Blast a Ball was loud. REALLY loud. To operate the thing, you first had to jam a ball into the end of it (not always easy to do with small hands). Then you had to pull back the handle and push it forward as fast as you […]
The Nerf SuperMAXX 1500 is a good Nerf gun that could have been a great Nerf gun. Nerf SuperMAXX 1500 View on Amazon The SuperMAXX 1500 boasts a 45-foot range with great accuracy and relatively small size. It also requires only three pumps to prime, which is fantastic given the range. The one thing that […]