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This is a list of series released under the Nerf brand. Many of these series are discontinued and products under these series cannot be found on retail shelves. Sign In Don't have an account?
The one with the fin on the back and the whistles was fun to throw in the dark, but my favorite was a beat-down, scuffed-up, more-duct tape-than Nerf one that we just kept adding tape to as more and more of the "skin" wore and little chunks started breaking off. That sucker hit like a ton of bricks if you didn't catch it clean. Believe it or not, Nerfs can be pretty collectible.
This trio of products some edible once shared the same parent company — General Mills — when we operated a toy division until the mids. Who knew that General Mills also made some of the most wonderful and memorable toys from yesteryear? The Minnesota History Center in St.
Most of the toys are a variety of foam-based weaponry, with other Nerf products including balls for sports like American footballbasketball and baseball. The most notable of the toys are the dart guns referred to by Hasbro as "blasters" that shoot ammunition made from Nerf foam. Since many such items were released during the s, Nerf products often feature bright neon colors and soft textures similar to the flagship Nerf ball. The slogan, which has been frequently used since advertising in the s, is "It's Nerf or Nothin'!
While the group was working on a 'caveman' game, Will Kruse began bouncing one of the foam 'rocks' over a net. Reyn and his team all proceeded to cut foam balls out of different weights of foam packing material. Norton Cross found a manufacturer who cut foam with heated wire.
Inthe US Army made an anti-tank grenade football by hollowing out a Nerf football and filling it with explosive charges. Official test reports say that the prototype grenade was made to be the same weight and shape of a football because soldiers would already be familiar with throwing it. Regulation football weight is about 14 ounces, so engineers decided to make the size and weight of their tank-busting grenade to the same specifications.