The Wildfire can shoot 20 darts rapid fire style, and it has a phenomenal max range at 50 feet. Unfortunately, it takes 45 pumps to prime the Wildfire, which really hurts (both strategically and physically).
The Nerf Secret Shot 2 is a big upgrade from the original Secret Shot. It’s so much of an upgrade, in fact, that it’s almost silly that these guns share the same name.
If you’re after some good gatling gun action, you can’t go wrong with the Nerf Rapid Fire!
The Stinger requires six pumps (at minimum) to prime a single shot. I prefer an eleven shot prime on this gun, and even then it shoots less than 25 feet. The accuracy on the Stinger is great, but it doesn’t mean a whole lot when you can’t shoot beyond your big toe.
The Nerf Triple Strike boasts some very nice specs, including a sixty foot range and very nice accuracy that you rarely see on an arrow weapon.
To prime the Split Fire, you just pump it three times. Once primed, you have two options on how you’d like to shoot. If you pull the trigger back halfway you’ll fire one dart, and if you pull it back all the way you’ll fire two shots. Pretty nice.
The Nerf Lightnin’ Blitz is the first Nerf weapon that can fire four or more shots simultaneously.
The Nerf FastBlast is a decent gun, but it doesn’t really have much going for it to separate itself from the competition.
The Nerf PowerClip DX 1000 is a truly amazing creation.