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How to use a single shot Nerf gun efficiently


single shot Nerf gunSingle shot Nerf gun models have been around since the early 90s, when Nerf guns were first introduced. Many Nerf fanatics and elite Nerfers started collecting Nerf guns after playing with their first single shot Nerf gun!

Those guns are not the most efficient or deadly in a Nerf war, because reloading them does take pretty long and they don’t have a great rate of fire, but they are popular as side arms, because they are small and light, which makes them easy to carry around and conceal.

In other words, under the right circumstances, a single shot Nerf gun can very much save your life on the battlefield. Here are some tips that will turn your single shot gun into a trusty companion in the heat of battle.

Make the most of your gun’s built in capacity

If your single shot Nerf gun has built in ammo carrying capacity, then you should always make sure that it is topped up at all times. This way you won’t have to scavenge the ground for any darts to use. This advantage can make a world of difference pistol only Nerf wars, since you won’t have to look around for Nerf gun bullets to collect.

Your single shot should always be easily and quickly accessible

Make sure that you place your single shot Nerf gun on a place that will allow you to draw and fire it as quickly as possible. Remember, you only get one shot with those pistols, as their name suggests, so you should make it count!

Single shot pistols have great range and accuracy

.What a lot of people don’t seem to know, is the fact that single shot Nerf guns are way more accurate than Assault type and Nerf machine gun models and they also have more tange. You should use their extra range and accuracy to your advantage and try to snipe enemies from distances that would make sniping impossible with the Nerf guns mentioned earlier. Furthermore, since your single shot gun has a pretty pathetic rate of fire, it needs to be reloaded after every shot, it seems safe to assume that you would be pretty much screwed if you were to be stuck with a single shot against rapid firing blasters. Remember though that you have much greater range and accuracy, so stay away from them and pick them off from afar and wait until reinforcements come!

Single shot Nerf gun models may be life savers in the battlefield, but they most likely won’t win you any Nerf wars. If you want to dominate your enemies, you will need a gun with great rate of fire. Here’s where the Nerf Stampede comes in! It is a fully automatic Nerf gun, that will allow you to rain nerf darts on your enemies, while being safe behind the cover provided by its specially designed blast shield accessory. Simply put, it might be the best Nerf gun ever made!