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Yes, here we are. There are so few new firearms releases thus far in 2021 that we’re talking about Nerf guns. But we’ve spoken about Nerf guns in this forum before. Back in the fall of 2018 there were a handful of Nerf blasters that caught our attention because they featured ammo drums and other goodies that reminded us of guns we use on a daily basis. Well, fast forward to 2021 and we’ve decided to look at the newer Nerf arsenal, which continues to impress with sniper rifles, pump-action shotguns, faux suppressors, and more.

Sniper Rifles, Shotguns & More: Nerf Guns in 2021

Nerf looked very different 30 years ago. The brand started in 1990 with a single blaster that fired three balls. It was essentially a single tube with not much else going for it. Then Nerf expanded with its “Bow ‘n’ Arrow” in 1991. We actually had that one and it was pretty sleek. From there, Nerf released several more blasters in the early ’90s that fired darts, balls, and rockets.

However, the scene in 2021 is much improved. The types of guns evolved in a big way. There are now Nerf sniper rifles, pump-action shotguns, pistols with faux suppressors, and even one that slightly resembles the Mossberg Shockwave. On top of that, Nerf built bipods, scopes, foregrips, and more into its latest designs. Overall, apart from color schemes and the fact that they look like toys, there isn’t much separating these blasters from the guns we hit the range with. Let’s look at a few of them.

Nerf Longstrike Modulus Sniper Rifle

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First is the Nerf Longstrike Modulus bolt-action sniper rifle. Nerf didn’t even have this on its website, but we managed to stumble onto it. There’s a fair amount to digest here, especially when it comes to Nerf guns. The first thing you might notice is the bipod. Yeah, Nerf tried to be as realistic to the sniper experience as possible with this rifle. It even included a riflescope. We’re pretty sure the scope doesn’t get you out to a mile like the ones we’ve used from Trijicon and Riton, but it’s nice to see Nerf go to these lengths.

Nerf also includes a barrel extension and three “clips” that hold six darts each. The one thing Nerf needs to work on is its terminology. We won’t get into the clips vs. magazines debate here though — after all, they’re just toys. Reviews of the Longstrike Modulus show it fires the darts at 74 feet-per-second; that’s pretty damn good for something like this. Lastly, MSRP comes in at $51.99 on Amazon.

NERF Ultra Pharaoh Blaster

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Next on the list is the GM6 Lynx Anti-Material Bullpup … oh, sorry, this is the Nerf Ultra Pharaoh Blaster. But we get some serious GM6 Lynx vibes from it thanks to that barrel. The Ultra Pharaoh is a bolt-action rifle like the Longstrike Modulus and also features a scope. Gold accents give it a little flair, which we’re all for.

Something different here is a stock with storage for additional darts; that’s some Magpul-esque innovation there (kind of). Meanwhile, the “clip” holds 10 darts, which means it’s legal in California. According to Nerf, the gun uses Nerf Ultra darts, which fly 120 feet — the furthest of any Nerf darts. MSRP comes in at $49.99 on Nerf’s website.

Nerf Ultra One Motorized Blaster

Nerf Ultra One Motorized Blaster

The Nerf Ultra One Motorized Blaster puts those Nerf guns of the early ’90s to shame. We could do without the “high capacity” verbiage, but “motorized” and “drum” certainly drew us in here. It runs using just four C alkaline batteries.

The Ultra One holds 25 darts in its drum magazine. From the looks of it and the batteries, most would probably think it’s full-auto, but that’s not the case. The Ultra One is semi-auto. However, you can blast through 25 darts in about 10 seconds if you try. It also features a rail and even has a sling mount. Lastly, MSRP comes in at $49.99 on Nerf’s website.

NERF Fortnite Pump SG Blaster

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We first saw this one and went, “That’s dumb — it looks like a toy.” And then we thought about it and went, “Oh, right.” Nerf created this pump-action shotgun based on the popular video game Fornite.

Unlike the Ultra One, the Fornite Pump SG doesn’t have much as far as capacity goes. It comes with four darts total. It’s also a breech-loader. Shooters load one dart at a time by opening the door on the side and inserting the dart. We just like the concept in a Nerf gun. MSRP comes in at $29.99 on the Nerf website.

Nerf Hyper

  • Nerf Hyper Siege-50 Shotgun
  • Hyper Mach-100 SMG
  • Hyper Rush-40 Pistol

Last on the list is a TBD release from Nerf. All the info we have on the Hyper comes from The Verge, which reported on the new line back in February. There are a few reasons this new “high capacity” — again, hate that term — series is a serious upgrade for Nerf.

Firstly, the capacity is impressive. There are three different guns in the Hyper series: The Rush-40, Siege-50, and Mach-100. The Rush-40 is a pistol that holds 40 rounds. Meanwhile, the Siege-50 is a 50-round pump-action shotgun that slam fires. If you hold the trigger and pump, the rounds shoot out. Lastly is the Mach-10, which is a 100-round, full-auto SMG that runs on D batteries.

All three fire foam balls as opposed to the darts in the other guns we’ve mentioned. This leads us to the next reason we like it: The quick reloading. Darts usually take a while to reload, but with an easy-to-load canister at the top of each gun, shooters “can clip on (or carry around) 50 or 100 round canisters to quickly top them up, much like a paintball gun,” The Verge reports.

Lastly, the Hyper series fires the foam balls at 110 feet per second, which is the fastest you’ll see from Nerf. Definitely not a home-defense gun, but it’s still some pretty impressive velocity. MSRPs come in at $30 for the Rush-40, $40 for the Siege-50, and $70 for the Mach-100, according to The Verge.

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Over the last few years, there have been a plethora of products introduced into the market by Nerf. Nerf has come out with a wide variety of toy gun blasters like large machine guns, revolvers, super-small Nerf guns, and Nerf sniper rifles. Nerf offers a selection of some of the greatest toy rifles, and while these may not be very accurate, they look fantastic and do their job well, i.e., both kids, as well as adults, can have hours of fun and adventures with their Nerf sniper rifles. In this article, we will delve into the world of Nerf sniper rifles and review some of the top ones available on the market. 

Best Nerf Snipers

The folding tripod lets you stabilize your shot and allows you to fire darts up to around 300 m (100 ft.) away. The Nerf sniper has a bolt-action priming and includes a 6-dart clip and 6 Nerf Mega Whistler darts that make a whistling sound as you shoot when they are fired, adding to the excitement of the game. 

Features

  • Length: 1 meter (40 inches)
  • Firing Distance: Up to 30 meters (100 ft.)
  • 6-dart clip
  • 6 Nerf Mega Whistler darts
  • Folding tripod
  • Bolt-action priming
  • No batteries required
  • Nerf darts are constructed with foam with hollow and flexible tips

Pros

  • Attractive looking gun
  • It offers plenty of features
  • The darts of the gun are large, yet they are soft and do not hurt
  • The tripod stand lets you set up the sniper and shoot long distance effectively

Cons

  • Loading the gun can be time-consuming
  • Not very accurate

Nerf Vortex Revonix 360 Blaster

The futuristic Revonix 360 Blaster has a really cool sci-fi look and gives you long-range firepower. The sniper comes along with a large ammo store of 30 XLR discs and is the farthest firing Nerf sniper yet. Simply holding down the trigger will help to release a constant stream of discs and as you fire, the Roto-Action barrel of the sniper rotates. The Revonix 360 Blaster gives you a range of 65 feet. 

Features

  • Firing Range: up to 65 feet
  • Gun Weight: 4 lb
  • Roto-Action revolving barrel
  • Slam Fire
  • It comes along with 30 XLR (Xtra-Long Range) discs

Pros

  • A high rate of firing
  • Cool, attractive design
  • Quick and easy recharging

Cons

  • Not very precise
  • Quite noisy

Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster

The Modulus ECS-10 Blaster is very unique as it can be customized with various accessories to create over 30 combinations. The Modulus ECS-10 Blaster is semi-automatic and features an electronic clip that reloads itself so that you can fire non-stop. The sniper’s scope, barrel, grip, and stock are all very easy to attach, making the sniper highly customizable. The lightweight sniper has a banana clip and 10 darts, which have a reach of over 90 meters. 

Features

  • Length: 30 inches
  • Firing Range: Over 90 feet
  • Weight: 4.3 lb
  • Drop grip
  • Targeting scope
  • Dual-rail barrel
  • Storage stock
  • Includes 10 darts and a banana clip

Pros

  • Great value-for-money sniper
  • Good long-range shooting
  • Offers over 30 combinations

Cons

  • It only has 10 darts
  • It needs 4 AA batteries, which must be purchased separately

Strongarm Nerf N-Strike Elite Toy Blaster

The compact Strongarm Elite Toy Blaster is one of the leading Nerf snipers on the market. The sniper comes with 6 darts, and the sniper has a firing range of up to 90 feet. The compact size and light weight make it very easy to carry around and maneuver the Nerf sniper. The Strongarm Elite Blaster is highly customizable. 

Features

  • Firing Range: up to 90 feet
  • Includes 6 Elite darts
  • Flip-open rotating barrel
  • Hand-powered gun
  • Slam Fire blasting
  • It does not require batteries

Pros

  • Compact size sniper
  • Rapid firing
  • Long firing range

Cons

  • Low capacity of only 6 darts
  • It needs some effort to pull back the spring

Longstrike Nerf Modulus Toy Blaster

The Longstrike Modulus Toy Blaster is a lightweight Nerf sniper that can be customized very easily. The bipod, barrel extension, and scope are all you need to fire on your opponent, no matter, however far they are. The sniper comes with 3 6-dart clips and 18 Elite darts, which can fire around 6 darts continuously up to 70 feet. The bipod will help to stabilize your sniper to get the perfect shot.   

Features

  • Length: 30 inches
  • Weight: 2 lb
  • Firing Range: up to 70 feet
  • Bipod
  • Barrel extension
  • Scope
  • It comes with 18 darts
  • Three 6-dart clips
  • It does not require batteries

Pros

  • It does not get jammed
  • Attractive looking sniper
  • Improved quality scope

Cons

  • Quite expensive
  • Not very accurate

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Buying Guide

What Are Nerf Sniper Rifles?

A real sniper rifle is a high-powered weapon that can shoot over vast distances with a high degree of precision. Nerf sniper rifles are toy guns that have been created by Hasbro, which looks and feels like an actual sniper rifle and fires foam discs, darts or balls. Nerf has borrowed the key features from the sniper rifle like the scope, shoulder stock, etc. and has created a toy blaster that looks and feels just like a real-world sniper rifle.

Today, there are so many accessories available in the market such as extension barrels, Nerf darts, etc. that you can use to modify and improve your Nerf sniper rifle to amplify your fun. However, the thing to remember is that a Nerf sniper rifle is a toy for kids and adults to play with and you cannot really expect the power and precision offered by the real thing. 

Types of Nerf Sniper Rifles

There are different types of Nerf sniper rifles: 

Manual Nerf Guns

These come with manual dart loading, which means that you need to load the darts one at a time into the Nerf rifle. You can fire only a single dart at a time in a manual Nerf gun, which you load yourself.

Single-Shot Sniper Rifles

This allows you to fire one shot at a time and helps to keep you hidden. Since sniping is all about stealth, strategy and control, many people prefer single-shot sniper rifles for a more genuine experience. 

Automatic Nerf Guns

These come along with a dart clip, magazine or cartridge and depending on the capacity of the gun, you can load the clip with 6-10 Nerf darts. And, then you need to load the dart clip into the gun and you’re ready to start firing. You can fire as many darts as there are in the dart clip.

Nerf sniper rifles come in two types depending on the type of shots – single-shot sniper rifles and rapid-fire guns.

Rapid Fire Sniper Rifles

These rifles also can shoot the ammo at the same distance as the single-shot guns; however, they offer the opportunity to shoot more than a single shot at a time and do more damage. The ammo is prepped quickly and the sniper rifle allows you to fire shots in quick succession.

The option of the type of Nerf sniper depends on your personal preference and you can choose the type of Nerf sniper rifle depending on the way you like to play the game. 

Things to Consider When Buying a Nerf Sniper Rifle

If you’re planning to buy a Nerf sniper rifle, there are plenty of brands and models to choose from. However, here are a few things that you should consider before you go out and buy one.

Size and Weight

Usually, Nerf sniper rifles are quite lightweight; however, for a small child moving when holding a few pounds in their hand can be a cumbersome task. Usually, Nerf snipers weigh between 1.5 lb to 5 lb. The lightweight guns generally have fewer features that may affect your game; however, on the other hand, a Nerf gun with plenty of features can be quite heavy and reduce your accuracy. So, if you are not really sure about what weight of a Nerf sniper would be ideal for your child, choose one that is around 3 lb. 

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Design

Nerf snipers are quite cool and aesthetically attractive all by themselves. However, many people customize their guns to take it to the next level. If you like your gun to be top notch, then choose a Nerf sniper that is designed for customizations. These guns usually have a modular design that let you remove and add the pieces as you desire. Some rifles also have a rail system, which allows you to attach accessories such as a laser or scope that can help to improve your game.

Ammo Capacity

Nerf sniper rifles are meant to play with strategy and stealth and so, you will discover that most of the Nerf sniper rifles have limited ammunition capacity and can hold around 10-15 shots, although there are some models which can hold more. If you need more ammunition than what your Nerf gun can hold, consider getting a rifle that allows you to carry extra ammo, which will allow you to play uninterrupted without stopping to reload.   

Accuracy and Range

The range and accuracy of the Nerf sniper make or break your game. The point is to shoot your opponent without them spotting you. Long-range rifles can shoot darts more than 100 ft. away, although they are less accurate. Also, because you are shooting from far away, you must consider the trajectory, wind speed, etc. And, using these guns accurately can take some practice.

Short-range snipers are for targets located at around 50 ft. and with short-range Nerf snipers, accuracy is not much of a problem, as the environmental issues are overcome by the force of the shot. However, the shorter shooting distance limits your shooting positions. 

Compatible Ammo

Through the years, Nerf has come out with various kinds of ammunition for the Nerf guns. The most common and popular ammo is the dart, which is made of foam and has a rubberized tip. Nerf darts come in different sizes and you must keep this in mind if you want to buy more darts in the future. Nerf guns also use rubber discs and foam balls. The rubber discs are quite fast and can be shot very far; however, since they are made of rubber, they can be quite painful. Foam balls are quite comfortable; however, they suffer in terms of range and accuracy. The ammunition that your Nerf sniper uses affects its efficiency and safety and you should buy the right ammo keeping these aspects in mind.

Nerf Sniper – Dos and Don’ts

Dos

  • Keep the Nerf gun and its darts away from small kids because eating or swallowing the small parts may cause a choking hazard. Also, check that the child is not putting the foam dart or discs into his/her nose or ears.
  • It is recommended that kids wear protective eyeglasses and a face mask while playing with the Nerf gun to prevent any injury.
  • Clean the Nerf gun with a moist rag or a Q-tip regularly to prevent it from getting jammed.
  • Check the Nerf gun for leaks by immersing it in water and patch up any holes before the gun is damaged further.
  • Keep the moving parts of the gun well-lubricated because too much friction can damage the barrel of the Nerf gun and reduce the life of the gun.
  • Keep your Nerf gun away from direct sunlight.
  • Apply a coat of clear sealant or varnish on the baster to cover small dents or scratches and keep your Nerf gun looking beautiful.

Don’ts

  • Avoid aiming the Nerf darts at the face or eyes.
  • If your child is under the age of 3 or 4, do not allow him/her to play with a Nerf gun.
  • Avoid buying fully automatic Nerf guns or machine guns for younger kids as the rapid-fire blasting can be dangerous.
  • Do not dry fire the Nerf gun without any darts in it because this can make the barrel of the gun chip and also the continuous dry firing of the gun will cause stress to the spring and reduce the gun’s life.
  • Avoid keeping a loaded clip in the Nerf gun as this will weaken the spring and reduces the life of the gun.
  • Avoid placing your gun on rough surfaces because this will cause the gun to get scratched and damaged.

FAQs

Are Nerf snipers illegal?

No, Nerf snipers are not illegal. In fact, in the US and Europe Nerf guns are 100% legal. However, in some states, there may be a restriction on carrying these around or using them in public places. 

Can I bring a Nerf sniper on a plane?

As mentioned above, Nerf snipers are not illegal and you can carry them in your hand baggage on the plane. However, it is always a good idea to check with your carrier, as they may have a problem with carrying any toy gun on the flight.

Where are Nerf snipers made?

Nerf snipers are made in China and they are extremely well designed, well made and are of very high quality.

Can I use real bullets in my Nerf sniper?

Nerf sniper rifles are toy guns and make use of specially designed Nerf darts or discs. Using real bullets in your Nerf gun will spoil the gun and will also get you into trouble with the law.

Do I have to re-assemble the Nerf sniper after each use?

No, since Nerf snipers are toys, they do not have to be disassembled and reassembled anytime at all. They are ready for action at any time and can simply be taken out of the box and used.

Nerf snipers are extremely popular with both kids and adults alike, especially if you like adventures. Nerf snipers are extremely safe to use and easy to maintain and offer a realistic shooting experience. With so many brands and models of Nerf guns available, the choice can be rather confusing. However, with our detailed reviews of the top Nerf sniper rifles and buying guide, you should be able to find one that you like the most and get set to “win the war”.

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5 BEST NERF SNIPER GUNS IN 2021 [REVIEW AND BUYING GUIDE]

Find the Best Nerf Sniper Rifle Gun for you in 2021!

I don’t know about you, but I find shooting someone from long range so satisfying 🙂 So here’s the top 5 Best NERF Sniper Guns currently available in 2021, as well as my review of each of them.

We will talk about the clip size, how far the darts go, sniper gun accessories, NERF sniper gun upgrades, and I will reveal my favorite NERF Sniper Guns for 2021.

1 – Nerf Sniper Rifle Mega Centurion – Best Sniper with Scope

This Centurion Blaster is an awesome way to size up any of your nerf battles.

Released under the N-Strike series, the Centurion measures 40 inches in length and features six screaming darts that can travel up to 100 ft.!

In addition to two tactical rails and five sling points, it has a priming bolt slot that is half the length of the blaster for a longer priming travel.

And with the help of the bipod stand, you can take your marksmanship to a whole new level.  You will be ready for any NERF Sniper War!

Moreover, the Centurion’s front barrel is permanent. The Centurion also has a recoil effect that is much different than clip system blasters, which require you to manually pull the bolt back before reloading.

Pros

The darts are longer and can travel up to 100ft.
Magazines are much easier to load.
A sturdy blaster.

Cons

The forced barrel lock can make the Centurion hard to transport.
Only has a 6 dart firing clip.
It is single-fire and can fire only 1-2 darts per second.
4.6 lbs, and not easy to prime and load for younger children.
Costs $60

 

2 – Thunderhawk Nerf Sniper Rifle AccuStrike Mega – Longest Nerf Sniper Rifle 

Also from the N-Strike Series, the Thunderhawk AccuStrike is the longest NERF Sniper Nerf blaster, measuring in at 41 inches. However, despite its impressive length, it is built for flexibility. With this blaster, you can participate in mobile and stationary battles. You can go long by simply extending the barrel and using its built-in stand to stabilize it or shorten it to carry it into battle. Perfect for the NERF Sniper Cold War!

With ten Mega AccuStrike Darts, the AccuStrike is also one of the most accurate blasters out there. Simply load the AccuStrike with 10-dart clip and take on your battles with bolt-action firing. Moreover, the darts are high-quality and made out of foam with flexible hollow tips.

In addition to the extendable barrel, this blaster also features a tactical rail on top and several sling points on the rear of the barrel.

With this blaster, you can go long and strong in any Nerf battle.

Pros

Built for stationary and mobile battle.
Has a built in, foldable bi-pod.
Features a 10-dart firing clip.

Cons

Some assembly required.
Built for single-fire.
Some users found that it does not fire well long-distance.

 

3 – NERF Modulus Sniper Rifle Longstrike – Best Nerf Sniper Rifle with a Scope

This Longstrike is a re-released version of the 2010 N-Strike Longstrike CS-6 with a number of notable sniper upgrades to improve its blaster performance.

When you order this NERF Sniper Kit for the Longstrike, you get a barrel extension to customize the blaster for any occasion, a bipod, a distance scope, and three six-dart clips to house eighteen Elite darts.

What makes the Longstrike unique from its predecessor is its use of a direct plunger system and the added feature of an unjamming button on the side of the gun. This one also makes my list of NERF Sniper Guns with a Scope.

This way you can release the bolt and remove empty clips with ease. The Longstrike also has three tactical rails, three-strap points, and an integrated shoulder stock where you can store two extra dart clips for easy access.

Pros

Features 18 Elite darts and 3 six dart clips.
Has an unjamming button and a clip release button for easy reloading.
The extended barrel allows for flexibility and a longer range.

Cons

Bolt action firing that has to be cycled back and forth for each shot.
Some users found it misfires sometimes.
Bipod is not extremely secure.
Costs $70; one of the most expensive guns on this list.

 

4- Nerf Elite Snipers AccuStrike RaptorStrike – Best Nerf Sniper Gun for Boys

The AccuStrike RaptorStrike is the top sniper gun for anyone looking for absolute accuracy. The RaptorStrike is a clip system, bolt action blaster that fires darts specially designed for improved accuracy.

With this blaster, you get eighteen darts and two six-dart clips to keep you stocked and at the ready for any Nerf Sniper War.

What makes the RaptorStrike stand out is its construction. Unlike some of the blasters we have seen, this gun only has a tactical rail on the bottom of the barrel, but no rail on top.

Instead of a rail on top, the Raptorstrike actually features a flip-up sight so there is no need for a NERF Sniper Scope.

The RaptorStrike’s clips also have an angled base with a half-clear design. And for more convenience, the RaptorStrike also has a clip release button. This reduces the likelihood of jamming in your blaster.  Another reason this is one of my favorite Sniper NERF Guns.

Pros

3.75 lbs, making it one of the more light-weight guns on this list.
Has great accuracy up to 50-75 ft.
Clip release button avoids jamming.
Has a pop-up sight and an extendable bipod.

Cons

Priming requires you to manually move the bolt back and forth for each shot.
Some users found that it won’t shoot straight.
Costs $65

 

5- Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike Series AlphaHawk

Also a part of the AccuStrike Series, the AlphaHawk is built for precision and accuracy. However, unlike the other guns on this list, the AlphaHawk is a revolver-style toy blaster. So, instead of holding magazines and clips, the darts are loaded into a revolving drum. This blaster comes with 10 Elite darts, which are some of Nerfs most precise darts.

The AlphaHawk is also unique because of its drop down cylinder. The cylinder actually makes loading the revolving extremely easy because all you have to do is press the cylinder release button to let the cylinder fall out and load it up with the darts. This way you can easily unleash five darts without having to stop and reload.

Moreover, the AlphaHawk features two tactical rails and a non-adjustable shoulder stock. Along with a simple orange and light grey design, the AlphaHawk has an ambidextrous bolt handle. No matter who you are you can now strike with greater confidence and accuracy with the AlphaHawk.

Pros

2lbs; the most lightweight option on this list.
Has a revolving chamber instead of magazines or clips.
Drop-down cylinder makes for easy reloading.
Extremely accurate and easy to hold.
Costs $18; the most affordable option on this list.

Cons

Only holds 5 darts.
Does not have good distance.
Lacks power.

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Nerf Sniper Gun Buying tips

Gun Size

Nerf guns come in all shapes and sizes and each has their own advantages and disadvantages. With larger guns, you can have more ammo. Not to mention ammo that travels farther and faster than ammo in smaller guns.

On the other hand, smaller Nerf blasters or guns can help you in the element of surprise. You can easily conceal them, but you give up having a high ammo stock. Moreover, smaller Nerf blasters allow you to move faster and more efficiently. Meanwhile, largest Nerf guns can be heavy and cumbersome to carry around.

Fire mode – automatic or manual?

Pros of Battery Powered Snipers
Pusher eliminates priming errors, jams, and insufficient trigger pulls
No need to manually prime blaster

Cons of Battery Powered Snipers
Automatic blasters are much louder.
You do have to use batteries to power the blaster.

Pros of Rapid-Fire Guns
Can shoot at a faster rate.
Can use and load more darts at a time.

Cons of Rapid-Fire Guns
Rapid fire guns require battery operation.

Pros of Single Fire Sniper
Single fire allows more control.
Some Single-fire guns come with multiple shooting modes.

Cons of Single Fire Sniper
Only fires one dart at a time.

Nerf Gun Range

According to WisePick, the Nerf guns with the longest firing ranges include:

  • Nerf N-Strike Elite Centurion Blaster
  • Nerf Vortex Revonix 360
  • Nerf N-Strike Rayven CS-18
  • Nerf Vortex Vigilon
  • Nerf N-Strike Elite RapidStrike CS-18

Blaster Accuracy

Nerf gun accuracy relies on a number of factors. You could be a greater shooter, but your aim can be thrown off by everything between weather and wind conditions to the shape and aerodynamics of the dart itself.

Moreover, it also relies on the spring mechanism in the Nerf gun. A weak spring allows for more dart or bullet drop, but a stronger spring can counteract bullet drop easily.

In general, you want to think of firing Nerf guns like you are firing a real gun. Granted, you won’t be shooting the same distances and Nerf guns are much safer to use.

However, the same principles apply to Nerf guns. Like professional snipers, you have to do some calculations to achieve more precise shots.

Here are six of the most accurate Sniper Nerf guns out there:

  • Nerf RIVAL Nemesis
  • Nerf AccuStrike AlphaHawk
  • Nerf Rival Apollo XV-700
  • Nerf N-Strike Elite Strongarm
  • Nerf N-Strike Elite Mega CycloneShock
  • Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage

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Pros of Large Ammo Capacity

Larger ammo capacities allow you to overwhelm opponents easily.
You are able to stay in battle for much longer without running out of ammo.

Cons of Large Ammo Capacity

With more ammo, you do have to spend more time trying to reload.
Also, more ammo means that you are carrying around more, which can slow you down in the long run.
Lastly, the more ammo you use, the more you have to clean up when the battle is over.

Conclusion

So, which sniper gun will you use to blast your rivals without them even noticing you?

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One of my personal favorite types of Nerf blasters is the sniper rifle. Those long blasters with fancy looks and funky features that make you feel like a real professional sniper.

Nerf blasters in general aren’t exactly well-known for their amazing performance and accuracy, but with Nerf sniper rifles, there are definitely expectation levels in regards to accuracy, velocity, and firing range.

In this article, I am going to share what the best Nerf sniper rifles are right now, I am also going to explain what classifies as a sniper rifle, and I will explain why these blasters are so awesome to have.

Top 9 Nerf Sniper Rifles:

Here we go, this is my top 9 list of best Nerf sniper rifles you should consider adding to your collection.

1. Nerf N-Strike Modulus LongStrike

Released in 2018 as a remake of the 2010 Longstrike CS-6, the N-Strike LongStrike sniper rifle in the Modulus series offers improved performance compared to its predecessor.

The N-Strike Modulus series was introduced in 2015 with a focus on customization of blasters with various, interchangeable accessories, such as barrel extensions, shoulder stocks and tactical rail accessories. This means that if you buy a Modulus blaster, it comes packaged with accessories that can be used by all other Modulus blasters.

Nerf N-Strike Modulus LongStrike

The Modulus LongStrike is no different. It comes packaged with a fancy bi-pod, a scope, a barrel extension, a detached shoulder stock, three six-round magazines and eighteen Elite Darts. Please note that the shoulder stock is integrated, so once it’s attached it can’t be de-attached anymore.

The Modulus LongStrike performs better than its predecessor mainly because of much-needed updates to the internal workings. The reverse plunger has been replaced by a direct plunger system and it also comes with a tiny unjamming button on the left side of the blaster.

The process of priming, firing and replacing the magazine with the Modulus LongStrike is a breeze, and performance is now much more inline with blasters in the N-Strike Elite series. Last but not least, this blaster has great looks which is also important. Overall, an excellent Nerf sniper rifle, and my personal favorite in this list.

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Nerf N-Strike Modulus LongStrike
Year:2018
Series:N-Strike Modulus
Ammunition:Elite Darts
Estimated max range:70 feet

2. Nerf Ultra Pharaoh Sniper

Officially released in October 2020, the Nerf Utra Pharaoh is a magazine-fed, bolt-action, single-fire sniper blaster in the Ultra line of blasters.

As you may know, the Ultra series aren’t exactly the most popular or most successful Nerf series ever made, but the Pharaoh is actually a really good blaster.

Nerf Ultra Pharaoh Sniper

What I like most about the Ultra Pharaoh is that it looks and feels like a genuine sniper rifle. The bolt-action priming mechanism feels super robust with a 4-part movement (up, back, forward, and down) that creates a true sniper rifle experience.

Performance wise, the Pharaoh is perhaps the best one in this list, with an average velocity of 100 per second and an achievable firing range of 100 feet.

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Nerf Ultra Pharaoh
Year:2020
Series:Ultra
Ammunition:Ultra Darts
Estimated velocity:100 feet per second

>> Check out my review of the Nerf Ultra Pharaoh.

3. Nerf Fortnite BASR-L Sniper Rifle

If you’re looking for a fun and smooth Nerf sniper rifle that doesn’t necessarily offer the best performance, the Nerf Fortnite BASR-L is definitely one to consider.

Released in 2020, the BASR-L in the Fortnite series has all the looks and characteristics of a sniper rifle style blaster, including a large scope, a long barrel, priming handles, and a shoulder stock.

Nerf Fortnite BASR-L Sniper Rifle

The bright yellow and orange color scheme may not be for everyone, but it does add to the fun factor, which is what the BASR-L is all about.

The most interesting thing about this blaster is that can also slam-fire, which doesn’t make a lot of sense, but it’s a fun extra feature to have.

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Nerf Fortnite BASR-L
Year:2020
Series:Fortnite
Ammunition:Fortnite Darts
Estimated velocity:75 feet per second

>> Check out my review of the Nerf Fortnite BASR-L.

4. Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike RaptorStrike

The AccuStrike sub-series of N-Strike Elite was introduced in 2017 with the aim to provide Nerf blasters with better firing accuracy and more stability. Those improvements are achieved by using AccuStrike darts.

These darts feature a spiraled head which makes them fly in a more horizontal direction. They also have a better weight distribution compared to standard Elite darts.

Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike RaptorStrike

The 2017 AccuStrike RaptorStrike is an impressive looking Nerf sniper rifle that comes with a bi-pod, detached bolts, 2 six-dart magazines and 18 AccuStrike darts. It also has a somewhat redundant flip-up sight on top that doesn’t really serve much purpose.

The other thing worth mentioning is that this blaster does not have a top rail, which is kind of weird given the fact that this is meant to be a sniper rifle type blaster. Despite these minor drawbacks, the RaptorStrike is an awesome toy with great looks and excellent overall performance.

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Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike RaptorStrike
Year:2017
Series:N-Strike Elite
Sub series:AccuStrike
Ammunition:AccuStrike Darts
Estimated max range:80 feet

5. Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10

The ECS-10 is the second blaster in the N-Strike Modulus series in this list of awesome Nerf sniper rifles. This one is a bit different from the rest in the sense that it is a battery-powered, flywheel blaster. It needs 4 AA-batteries, otherwise it won’t do much.

Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10

Battery-operated blasters are not for everyone, but this ECS-10 is kind of fun to shoot with. Just hold down the rev trigger and pull the trigger to start shooting darts. One weird thing with the ECS-10 is that the shoulder stock is not attached to the blaster in a stable way. It’s weird because, especially with sniper rifles, stability is crucial.

Just like other blasters in the Modulus series, the ECS-10 allows for tons of accessories to be attached. This is awesome because it allows you to be creative and set up this blaster in many different ways.

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Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10
Year:2015
Series:N-Strike Modulus
Ammunition:Elite Darts
Estimated max range:80 feet

6. Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike AlphaHawk

The 2017 AlphaHawk is the second sniper rifle on this list that comes from the AccuStrike sub series of blasters, which means it fires with AccuStrike darts which in turn improves firing accuracy.

While the AlphaHawk doesn’t have the looks of a classic sniper rifle, it is still worthy of a spot on this list because it is a fantastic blaster.

Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike AlphaHawk

The AlphaHawk is actually considered an oversized revolver style blaster because it has a drop-down cylinder. Other than that, it does have a typical sniper shoulder stock, an extended front, a sight, and a tactical rail that can hold a scope or bi-pod.

What I like about the AlphaHawk is that it is a very ergonomic blaster with a smooth priming and firing mechanism. Overall, a pleasant and well-performing blaster that deserves your consideration.

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Nerf N-Strike Elite AccuStrike AlphaHawk
Year:2017
Series:N-Strike Elite
Sub series:AccuStrike
Ammunition:AccuStrike Darts
Estimated max range:80 feet

7. Nerf N-Strike Elite Mega Centurion

The Mega Centurion was first released in 2013 and is therefore one of the oldest sniper rifles on this list.

The Centurion comes packaged with a Mega clip, a bi-pod stand and six blue Mega darts. It’s essentially a Mega Series blaster that fires Mega darts, designed to achieve a better firing range, although accuracy is known to be not that great.

Nerf N-Strike Elite Mega Centurion

Priming with the Mega Centurion is interesting in the sense that the priming movement is actually really long. The prime handle is located halfway the blaster and needs to be pulled back all the way to the back of the blaster. Kind of weird and not very ergonomic.

The Centurion, some love it, others loathe it. I actually do appreciate this Nerf sniper rifle but I can’t deny the fact that it’s not exactly the most user-friendly blaster ever made. It’s heavy, it’s long and it’s not ergonomic. But, it’s also a cool blaster that performs reasonably well.

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Nerf N-Strike Elite Mega Centurion
Year:2013
Series:N-Strike Elite
Sub series:N-Strike Mega
Ammunition:Mega Darts
Estimated max range:90 feet

8. Nerf N-Strike Elite Centurion (Sonic ICE)

While the original 2013 Mega Centurion is a pretty awesome enough blaster already, the Sonic ICE version of the Centurion is even better.

It’s essentially the same sniper rifle but it has a transparent blue coat that looks really cool, in my opinion at least.

Nerf N-Strike Elite Centurion (Sonic ICE)

Available since 2013, Sonic ICE is a sub-series of N-Strike Elite and Super Soaker. All blasters in this range are re-released blasters from their parent series and feature a clear blue plastic coating.

Whether you get the Mega Centurion or this Sonic Ice version doesn’t really matter, and really just depends on which one you think looks the best.

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Nerf N-Strike Elite Centurion (Sonic ICE)
Year:2014
Series:N-Strike Elite
Sub series:N-Strike Mega, Sonic ICE
Ammunition:Mega Darts
Estimated max range:90 feet

9. Nerf Rival Edge Jupiter

If you know me well then you will know that I’m a big fan of the blasters in the Nerf Rival series. They’re super powerful and sophisticated, and a huge step forward for Nerf blasters.

The Jupiter is not only a blaster in the Rival series, it’s also a sniper rifle style blaster. This makes me really happy, because I’ve really wanted Nerf to add a sniper rifle blaster in the Rival series.

With the Jupiter you get the best of both worlds. You’ll get to enjoy lots of power with the Rival high-impact rounds, and you’ll get to enjoy the accuracy that you can expect from a sniper rifle.

The Jupiter certainly doesn’t disappoint at all. It’s s super robust and ergonomic blaster with a sleek design. Unlike other Rival blasters, the Jupiter has a lime-green color scheme, as it is part of the Edge sub series of the Rival series.

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Nerf Rival Edge Jupiter
Year:2019
Series:Rival
Sub series:Edge
Ammunition:High-Impact Rounds
Estimated velocity:90 feet per second

>> Check out my review of the Nerf Rival Edge Jupiter.

Nerf Sniper Rifle Buying Guide

What I personally like about Nerf rifles is their design and build. Not only are they designed to shoot farther and more accurately, Nerf sniper rifles typically also come with great looks.

Nerf has always tried hard to make them look like real-life sniper rifles, with telescopic sight, shoulder stock, and other cool accessories.

What Classifies as a Nerf Sniper Rifle?

For me, the following criteria are what makes a Nerf blaster classify as a sniper rifle:

  • Long barrel (and long overall design)
  • Shoulder stock
  • Bolt-action priming mechanism
  • Single-fire only
  • Accessories (scope, sight, bipods, etc.)

You may find other sources claiming that a certain blaster is a sniper rifle, but more than often they’re not.

A sniper rifle should never be motorized for example, and slam firing really doesn’t make any sense for a sniper rifle.

Performance

While you certainly won’t be able to hit a bull’s-eye from 200 feet away with any Nerf sniper rifle, I do like it how Nerf designs them such that they perform significantly better than other types of Nerf blasters (of course, blasters in the Rival series disregarded).

But let’s be realisitic, even with a Nerf sniper rifle, accuracy is never going to be mind-blowing, and that is perfectly fine. I mean, we’re dealing with darts and rounds that are made with foam.

Accessories

If you do want to focus on improving your accuracy when using a Nerf sniper rifle, check out some of the accessories you can buy. For example, a bipod or a scope can certainly help with shooting better.

The type of dart you’re using is also important. Ultra Darts, AccuStrike Darts, and Rival High-Impact Rounds, for example, were designed to improve performance, both accuracy and firing velocity.

Aesthetics

The looks and ergonomics of Nerf sniper rifles simply add to their appeal, in my opinion. They aren’t designed to win Nerf wars of course, but there is definitely a niche market for this type of blaster.

For that reason alone, the look and feel, and also the firing mechanism that comes with it, I am a huge fan of Nerf sniper rifles.

Target Practice

If you’d like to practise your target shooting with your brand new Nerf sniper rifle, it might be a good idea to invest in a purpose-built target shooting device.

Have a look at my list of best Nerf shooting targets for some great options. It just adds to the fun, and is great for some secret solo training before going into a battle!

Nerf sniper rifles are one of my favorite types of Nerf blasters, even though they aren’t exactly the most effective blasters to use in Nerf battles.

I like it how Nerf keeps innovating their rifles to please fans like me, even though we all know that accuracy and Nerf don’t always go hand in hand. But as we also know, that’s not really the point of playing with Nerf blasters.

The above nine blasters, in my opinion at least, are the best Nerf sniper rifles you can currently get your hands on.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

 

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None of that matters though if the rifle lets them down, which is why it’s so important to do your research before buying one. Luckily, we’ve done that for you here by assassinating any guns with fake or stolen reviews. We’ve also ensured that our recommendations are based on real reviews from real parents, so you can trust that your sharpshooter won’t be seeing their dart fall short or flying wide of its target.

1Nerf Elite 2.0 Phoenix CS-6 Motorized Blaster (Best Budget Option)

Nerf Elite 2.0 Phoenix CS-6 Motorized Blaster (Best Budget Option)

$23.79 on Amazon

The Nerf Elite 2.0 Phoenix CS-6 is affordable and ready for upgrades. Even the scope is removable so that users can further personalize it. With an included six-dart clip, this blaster comes with 12 Nerf darts to play with. It has a rapid-firing and four AA batteries will be needed for it to work. Darts should be able to travel up to 90ft through the air for those long-range fights.

What we love

  • The blaster has good accuracy at further distances
  • It's easy to upgrade with additional accessories

What We Don't Like That Much

  • It's front-heavy, so it's ideal to hold it with two hands

2Longstrike Nerf Modulus Toy Blaster (Best Quality Option)

Longstrike Nerf Modulus Toy Blaster (Best Quality Option)

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The Longstrike Nerf Modulus is an upgradable blaster that can assist users in various battles. It includes a barrel extension for more precise shooting, a scope to line up accurate shots, and a bipod to help stabilize the shots. Use them separately or all at once depending on the battle at hand. The Modulus comes with 18 darts and three clips that each hold 6 darts and all the clips can be filled at the same time. As it’s hand-powered, no batteries are needed.

What we love

  • Great adaptability thanks to the included accessories
  • Reliable shooting as darts fly out hard and with good speed

What We Don't Like That Much

  • The bipod might be a touch wobbly

3Nerf Fortnite Sp-L Elite Dart Blaster

Nerf Fortnite Sp-L Elite Dart Blaster

$19.77 on Amazon

The Nerf Fortnite Sp-L Elite Dart Blaster is a cool replica of the weapon found in the popular video game. When the barrel is attached, the blaster is ideal for distance firing. For fast battles in more contained, small spaces, it may help to remove the barrel. Hand-powered, this Fortnite blaster features an internal three-dart clip for firing three darts in a row.

What we love

  • The internal clip makes it easy and fast to load the darts
  • The barrel/silencer attachment helps the darts travel further with good accuracy

What We Don't Like That Much

  • Without the barrel attachment, the darts may not have much power to go far

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Nerf Modulus Regulator

$60.86 on Amazon

The Nerf Modulus Regulator is a competition-ready blaster made for high-performance. The SwitchFire technology allows users to select from three modes: single-fire, burst-fire, and continuous-fire. This gives the blaster great versatility to adapt to any battle situation. Additional customizing options are seen with the swivel handle and two varied barrel scopes.

What we love

  • Exciting to shoot thanks to the various firing modes
  • Comes with a good amount of darts for frequent firing

What We Don't Like That Much

  • Darts have to be loaded carefully because they might jam

5Nerf Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Death Trooper Deluxe Blaster

Nerf Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Death Trooper Deluxe Blaster

$59.99 on Amazon

The Nerf Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Death Trooper Deluxe Blaster is one of the best Nerf sniper rifles inspired by the renowned sci-fi series. Kids and adults alike can enjoy immersing themselves in role-playing as an elite soldier of the Empire. It features cool GlowStrike technology that gives the blaster a glowing light effect, and it even charges the darts up so they can glow too when fired.

What we love

  • The laser sounds can work with or without darts for fun pretend-play
  • The blaster is well-built and can withstand rough play from kids

What We Don't Like That Much

  • Would be nice if the blaster was able to hold more than three darts

6Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster

Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster

$128.90 on Amazon

The Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster is a fun build-your-own Nerf gun. It features more than 30 different combinations to play around with. Simply evaluate the situation and adapt the blaster to suit each battle. This is designed with four tactical rails and with the dual-rail barrel, two additional tactical rails make switching the gun around easy. Besides the dual-rail barrel, this comes with a targeting scope, banana clip, storage stock, and drop grip.

What we love

  • The blaster features numerous configurations that are easy for kids to change up
  • It comes with enough darts for plenty of playtime

What We Don't Like That Much

  • The blaster doesn't feel as powerful as it could be so it may not fire out too far

7Nerf Centurion Mega Toy Blaster

Nerf Centurion Mega Toy Blaster

$49.99 on Amazon

The Nerf Centurion Mega Toy Blaster is a monster of a toy that measures out 40 inches long, so it isn’t designed to easily run around with. Instead, the focus with this gun is more on power rather than mobility. This features a folding bipod so users can set up the gun at a precise location to send out stable, effective shots. The bipod readily attaches to the tactical rail.

What we love

  • This blaster does well at firing the darts out at great long-range
  • The mega darts can shoot out with incredible force

What We Don't Like That Much

  • There could be better accuracy when the darts are fired

8Scravenger Nerf Zombie Strike Toy Blaster

Scravenger Nerf Zombie Strike Toy Blaster

$64.97 on Amazon

The Scravenger Nerf Zombie Strike Toy Blaster is an exciting weapon that gets kids ready to tackle the zombie apocalypse. An essential part of anyone’s defense kit, the blaster is lever-action and it features an on/off slamfire button. It comes with 26 darts and a pair of clips that each fit 12 darts, giving users plenty of ammo to handle a horde.

What we love

  • The blaster features consistent firing whether slamfire mode is used or not
  • Relatively easy to use as it doesn't jam all that frequently

What We Don't Like That Much

  • It would be nice if the scope of the blaster could help with the accuracy
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