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Nerf Rival Zeus Blaster

Let the Nerf War Begin.

You and your nemesis have a score to settle, and seeing as your modeling contract goes for another 2 years, you thought it best to leave the Jagdkommando Tri-Dagger and Rubber Band Machine Gun out of this. So a Nerf War it is. Dominate your opponent with the Nerf Rival Zeus Blaster ($50.00). One of the most powerful Nerf weapons out there, the motorized Zeus MXV-1200 blaster is not f'ing around.

It’s got an easy-to-load magazine that fits 12 rounds of high-impact Nerf Rival ammo, and an accelerator button lets you unleash the whole clip at your target in rapid succession. Once you tear through those, you can swiftly pop out of the magazine and reload with either hand. For increased accuracy, the Nerf Rival Zeus Blaster is equipped with flip-up sights, and to make sure you don’t choke under pressure, there’s even a jam clearing door. It is so on.

Ghostbusters Neutrino Wand

Let’s Cross Some Streams.

First off, before we say anything at all, we have to say RIP Harold Ramis, who not only played Egon Spengler (aka best name ever) in “Ghostbusters” but co-wrote the classic film. Thank you, Harold. Now, on to the spectacular Spengler-inspired prop replica, the Ghostbusters Exclusive Neutrino Wand ($280). This officially licensed, ghostbusting gun looks and performs exactly like the ones Ray, Winston, Egon and Dr. Peter Venkman used to take down Slimer, Gozer, and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, saving New York City and civilization as we know it in one fell swoop. Detailed with the utmost of authenticity, the wand is tricked out with an extending tip that features orange, red and yellow LED lights, buttons and switches with lights and sounds sampled from the movie, including a blasting button, length-adjuster knob, proton stream on/off switch, and light-meter animations on the base that show you how high your proton stream setting is set. It even delivers kickback and vibrations when you fire it. And when you cross streams with another Neutrino Wand? Well, you don’t even want to know. Or do you…