Last weekend saw the latest large-scale NerfSG forum community Nerf game organised at the Singapore Discovery Centre (SDC). The outdoor game field was a massive fully sheltered area, with large traffic barriers arranged as tactical obstacles for the games!
In all, 26 nerf players participated in this event. This field setup was ideal for fast-paced tournament gameplay and scenarios!
Thanks to Divine Omega for organising the event, and all the players for their keen competition, it was a great opportunity to participate in this event!
As most of you blog readers may realise, although i've reviewed most of the new Nerf blasters in the N-Strike range... i've yet to review a particular model that may be of interest to many new nerfers.
Yes, the Nerf Nite Finder EX-3!
This is probably one of the first blasters that most new nerfers might buy, as it is affordable and offers some interesting features.
The Nite Finder is a spring plunger blaster that is primed by pulling a tab at the back. Once the plunger is locked, simply insert a foam dart into the barrel and fire. Then repeat.
This is a manual reload blaster, therefore rate-of-fire is slow. But it makes up for that with good firing range for its size... average range is around 25-30 ft. The blaster is packaged with 3 micro foam darts.
In addition, it also comes with a built-in red-dot targeter (similiar to the Nerf Recon), powered by 2 x AA batteries.
Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 - Box (Front)
Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 - Box (Back)
Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 - Un-Boxed
Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 - Red Dot Targeter
Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 - Scale Comparison with Nerf Maverick