The Best Motorized Nerf Guns

Compared to your average NERF gun, a motorized blaster brings much more firepower to the table. Add larger dart capacities and rapid-fire into the mix, and it’s easy to see why motorized NERF guns are top of your kid’s Christmas list.

However, the range of motorized NERF guns out there is broad, to say the least. With this in mind, we present you with a list of the five best motorized NERF guns on the market. Welcome to a world of fun for both you and your kids.

NERF N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster

Scopes, stocks, grips, you name it, this gun supports the attachment. The SCS-10 is unparalleled when it comes to accuracy, even without a scope, and, despite the fact that motorized NERF guns often sacrifice accuracy for firepower, firing speed, and dart capacity. Reloading has been made very straightforward – the ECS-10’s banana clip supports up to 10 darts.

By itself, the Modulus ECS-10 is a fairly straightforward semi-auto blaster that uses clips and N-Strike Elite darts. But things get a tad more complicated when you add all the customizability into the equation. We’re talking about the drop grip, targeting scope, barrel extension, and shoulder stock customizability options.

This blaster uses 4AA batteries, so don’t forget to get these when you buy the ECS-10. It won’t work without them.

The only real downside to this NERF gun is that it is a bit overly complicated for beginners.

NERF MEGA Mastodon Blaster

The “MEGA” in the name of this model stands for the MEGA darts that it uses. These are truly huge, which is why this monstrous NERF gun is fueled by 6D batteries. This is also why it boasts a range of a whopping 100ft.

But the size of the darts isn’t the only impressive thing here. It has a 24-dart capacity, which is much more than most NERF weapons.

NERF MEGA Mastodon Blaster is rightfully named. It resembles a mini-gun and is carried like one. Of course, it wouldn’t be a toy mini-gun if this motorized blaster wasn’t fully automatic, which is another rare sight to be seen on the NERF battlefield.

The accuracy isn’t Mastodon’s strongest quality, but it doesn’t aim (pun not intended) to achieve it, either. This is a mow-down-your-enemies kind of a weapon.

NERF Rival Zeus MXV-1200 Blaster

If you’re looking for the best weapon on the market that uses the NERF High-Impact rounds, you’ve just found it. The Zeus MXV-1200 boasts a fantastic range and the aforementioned High-Impact rounds. In fact, you might want to make sure that everyone that your kid’s playing with is wearing protective equipment – this weapon boasts remarkable stopping power.

The Zeus has an ambidextrous mag, so your kid’s going to be comfortable using it, regardless of their main hand preference. The trigger responsiveness is another brilliant thing about this motorized NERF blaster – the moment you pull the trigger, the rounds are fired.

Star Wars Rogue One: Captain Cassian Andor (Eadu) NERF Blaster

Whether you or your kids are Star Wars fans, it’s always nice to see this legacy passing onto the little ones, whether you like the new movies or not. If your kid is in love with the franchise, particularly if they loved Rogue One, the Eadu’s NERF blaster is going to blow their mind this Christmas.

But the Eadu NERF blaster is not all about looks and Star Wars fandom. Attach a scope to it, and it becomes a really accurate NERF gun. Oh, and your kid won’t need to make those “pew pew” sounds on their own. The Eadu NERF blaster triggers blaster sound effects with each trigger pull. This is rather taxing on the required 4AA battery, though, so be sure to have a spare one at the ready.

NERF Rival Perses MXIX-5000

You won’t find too much elegance or tactical capacity with the Rival Perses. Well, unless sheer overwhelming NERF force is a part of your tactics. Oh, and this blaster boasts a whopping load of 50 rounds that are fired with an amazing rate of eight rounds per second.

It’s a straightforward NERF gun that doesn’t take a lot of practice to operate. But with this amount of firepower and capacity, you can rest assured that it’s going to guzzle a ton of juice. Thankfully, the Perses comes with a convenient rechargeable battery.

Yes, it’s on the pricier side, but it works like a charm. It’s definitely one of the best motorized NERF guns on the market.

Get Your NERF Game On

There is no telling which one of these five models is the clear winner, as they each serve a different purpose and rock a different style. However, they are definitely among the best motorized NERF guns that you’ll find out there.

So buy your kid the perfect blaster, and help them get their NERF on. We know that you’re going to partake in the fights as well.

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