Nerf Vortex Guns
The Nerf Vortex line of blasters are vastly different from their N-Strike counterparts. In this series, discs have replaced the iconic Nerf dart. It's always dangerous to mess with success, but as usual, Nerf knew what they were doing. With disc ranges in the range of 70 feet, we can all safely say that these Nerf blasters are a ton of fun to play with.
If you have any of the N-Strike Nerf Guns, you will have accumulated some accessories that can be moved from blaster to blaster. These accessories can also be used on the Vortex line (the colors won't match, but this isn't a fashion show).
Reviews of all Nerf Vortex Guns
The Nerf Vortex Nitron is the only fully automatic blaster in the Vortex lineup. With a large disc capacity and rifle-like appearance, it’s clearly intended [...]
For years, the Nite Finder was your only real choice if you wanted a great single shot Nerf blaster. But with the release of the [...]
The smallest of the 2011 Nerf Vortex lineup, the Vigilon is a spring-loaded disc blaster. Slightly longer and bulkier than the Nerf Maverick, this blaster is [...]
The Nerf Vortex Praxis is a 10 disc shooter, and one of the stars of the new Vortex line. Complete with a tactical rail and [...]