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Nerf Slingshot

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  • Series: Original Nerf
  • Capacity: 3 balls
  • Range: 25-30 feet
  • Year Released: 1991


The Nerf Slingshot is not available in stores. If you want to add it to your collection, your best bet is to search for it on eBay.

Nerf Slingshot Review

The Nerf Slingshot is fun to play with because of its unique firing method, but its inconsistent range and poor accuracy make it a Nerf weapon that you probably never want to use in battle.

I had a Nerf Slingshot when I was a kid. The loading mechanism is cool (just drop three balls down the tube) and the action somewhat resembles a real slingshot — just pull back the rubber band and release.

The biggest problem with the Nerf Slingshot is getting the hammer on the rubber band to hit the balls squarely. Depending on the angle that you release from, the hammer will hit on top or underneath the ball, which affects both the range and accuracy.


  1. LetsBolt says:

    Worst weapon in NERF history. I actually owned it. I hated it! Most Nerf wars I had I would just load this thing and drop it on the battlefield hoping some poor soul would pick it up in a last ditch attempt to stay alive. They would pull back the hammer…release…and..nothing. Also the ammo feed seemed to jam and the balls would rarely fall into the correct space to be fired. Waste of plastic.

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