It might just be me, but there is nothing more satisfying in a Nerf War than sniping an enemy from a long distance. For most blasters this is like trying to take down a tiger with a pen-knife – possible but very unlikely! For those truly impressive feats of sniping you need a really good long-range Nerf gun that can fire darts accurately more than just a couple of feet away.
So, we have dug deep to unearth the guns that shoot darts the farthest and most accurately. You no longer have a reason not to take out your enemy with a single shot. The following guns appear in this review because they are tried and tested. In addition, they are the newest editions of previous Nerf guns, with a little improvement. The clumsiest of all these fires darts some 75 feet away!
This blaster makes it to the top of the best long-range Nerf gun because darts fired from its barrel travel a mega distance. Imagine taking out your opponent some 100 feet away! If he is using a futile blaster, there is no way his darts can reach you. This is the ultimate speed record breaker when it comes to Nerf guns.
It comes with six mega darts that are not usually compatible with ordinary Nerf guns. In addition, you get a mega dart clip, a removable tripod stand and instructional material. Loading the darts in the clip is a walk in the park
Its length is equally long! It measures 29.5 inches in length, 14 inches in height, and 3.5 inches in width, making it one of the largest Nerf guns in history. Additionally, it weighs 3.8 pounds. The long-ranger is recommended for use by children aged eight years and above. After all, younger kids may not manage the weight of the super blaster.
Just like its Centurion Counterpart, the Rhino-Fire will shoot its darts 100 feet away. Another reason why it is in contention for the best long range Nerf gun is that it is a double-barrel assault blaster. In addition, you will be viewed as the king of the battle, thanks to the motorized firing mechanism. It holds 25 darts in each of its double barrels. That gives you an incredible firepower of 50 darts.
When you are on the move, simply detach the tripod stand and run with more ease. When your target is in sight, stop and attach the tripod stand back in place, and then line up a steady shot. If you thought that the Elite Centurion blaster is long, this one is longer! It measures a whooping 33. 8 inches in length, 15.9 inches in height, and 6 inches in width.
In addition, it tips the scales at 6 pounds. Because of these huge dimensions, only children above 8 years old should use it.
With this long size come a long shot that will take your opponents by surprise. Since it can hold two quick-load clips, you will never have to worry about running out of ammunition. Make the most use of the flip up sight as well as the tactical rails to pelt your enemies effectively.
The air-powered blaster comes with a barrel extension so that you can target objects at a far distance. It is among the best long-range Nerf guns. It measures 24 inches in length, 12.5 inches in height, and 4 inches in width. Weighing 4 pounds, it is recommended for children above three years.
Take advantage of the 10-disc blaster to blast your opponents out of the contention for champion of Nerf wars. It has a removable shoulder stock, and a tactical rail whose accessories are sold separately. In addition, there are the 10-discs, a magazine, and an assembly manual, easily making it one of the best long-range Nerf guns.
It works by way of pump-action and is recommended for children aged eight years and older. As a word of caution, do not modify the discs of this long ranger. Never aim at the eyes or face of your opponent unless he wears a hardy mask. It measures 18.6 inches in length, 11.3 inches in height, and 3.6 inches in width.