Nerf Dart Tag Strikefire 2-Player Duel System (Colors May Vary)
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- It's the NERF way to play tag
- Strap on the adjustable scoring vest and don your VISION GEAR goggles
- Darts actually stick to the vest
- Dart Tag blasters each hold up to 6 darts and can launch darts up to 30 feet away
- System includes 2 Dart Tag blasters, 2 adjustable scoring vests, 2 sets of Dart Tag VISION GEAR eyewear
- Then grab your weapon, load it with your foam darts and take aim at your opponent's scoring vest
- Also includes 12 TAGGER MICRO DARTS ammo and instructions
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Grab your weapon, load it with foam darts and take aim at your opponent's scoring vest!
From the Manufacturer
It’s the NERF way to play tag! Strap on the adjustable scoring vest and don your VISION GEAR goggles. Then grab your weapon, load it with your foam darts and take aim at your opponent's scoring vest! Darts actually stick to the vest! Dart Tag blasters each hold up to 6 darts and can launch darts up to 30 feet away! This awesome two-player system comes with instruction for seven one-on-one games and five team games for a total of 12 exciting Dart Tag games! System includes 2 Dart Tag blasters, 2 adjustable scoring vests, 2 sets of Dart Tag VISION GEAR eyewear, 12 TAGGER MICRO DARTS ammo and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
Although the vests have adjustable neck and waist velcro ties, they still won't fit most adults, and will hang loosely around the smaller kids (like my 6 year old daughter).
Definitely recommended for the smaller kids, adults may wish to get the bigger Nerf dart tag set (see Hasbro Nerf Dart Tag - 2 Player Set). Now, if you're lucky like me and have 2 adults and 2 kids in the family, get one of each of the sets, and you can have fun pairing off one adult and kid with the other, since both sets each come with one red and one blue vest, and one red and blue gun!
Now for the downside:
The darts sting a bit if hit anywhere other than the vest. I took one in the face and it hurt more than I expected :) It's essential the children (and adults alike) wear the glasses provided with this to avoid injury.
The darts break fairly easily. I bought a refill pack of 36 and before our session was over, at least 5 of them lost the velcro tips.
The guns are a bit difficult to pull back for the smaller children. They will need a bit of strength, but the amount of force required is 'learned' after a while.
The best news is, as a gift for my NEPHEWS, I am giving my brother the joy of darts flying over his lovely house! If that's not a gift that gives back 10 fold, I don't know what is!
Overall, I'm very pleased. My daughter says these guns a better than some of the guns that hold many darts. She says although they don't hold as many darts, the guns are easy to load and the gun can be loaded on the run..... :D