NERF Elite Titan CS-50 Toy Blaster - Fully Motorized, 50-Dart Drum, 50 Official Elite Darts, Spinning Barrel - for Kids, Teens, Adults
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The Titan is a seriously large blaster – almost three feet long, in fact. It’s also very wide and heavy, making the shoulder strap absolutely necessary. It runs on four “D” alkaline batteries, and has the same digital camo motif as other NStrike blasters (Infinus, Trilogy, etc).
The V-Twin includes a 30 darts chain, and 30 waffle-head darts, which perform better than standard darts.
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While all the toy dart blasters on list are referred to as either Nerf Miniguns or Gatling guns, this is the only true Nerf Gatling gun I could find. This is definitely not name brand, but this ArtCreativity Gatling dart blaster is very cool with the actual crank-style firing system.
The Titan CS-50 has relatively few screws, compared to its size. It’s also a ton of open space, so you shouldn’t have any worries about things fitting inside.Unfortunately, the price tag is high on this one and it is not for everyone. While it is a lot of fun to tote and shoot, The Titan CS-50 won’t amaze with its performance. The “faux barrel” coming out of the flywheel cage is fairly long, and then dumps into an even wider tube. Such is the life of a blaster that’s three feet long – you have to actually take gravity into account. Do I Buy This?
First, the large blaster made it hard to move around without bumping into objects or people. That largeness also translated into other difficulties, such as reloading. When you have a giant, top carry blaster with the magazine at the bottom, you spend way more time changing magazines than you would on other blasters. When you think of a Nerf Minigun, or gatling gun, you think of the baddest, most fear-producing dart blasters that reign supreme in a Nerf battle. Not only are they large, but they hold a lot of ammo, and have intimidating features. The minigun dart blasters on this list are the best of those that fit this criteria, to bring you the feel of a true mini gun in dart-flinging form. The Best Nerf Minigun
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Of course, one of the selling points of the Titan is the 50-round drum. It takes up about the same space as two 25-round drums, with the darts making a serpentine route inside the case. It also feeds consistently – at a recent HvZ game, I threw it into a friend’s modified Rapidstrike and it sprayed darts without issue. Eye Protection: You should prioritize safety, especially using more powerful guns. A pair of safety goggles are cheap and won’t get in the way of your fun, but they could prevent an unwelcome injury. It could be considered a spiritual successor to the Rhino-Fire, due to both blasters being large fifty-dart blasters with moving barrels.