Banned Blasters is delighted to announce the launch of an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the production of its high-powered NERF-compatible hobby-grade blasters.
The two toy industry veterans with an impressive history of R&D initially planned to launch their fundraising campaign on Kickstarter. However, in an ironic twist of events, Kickstarter decided that the blasters were too intense and thus, banned the company from raising funds for the project using its platform.
This prompted the dogged and resilient Banned Blasters to start a fixed funding style campaign on Indiegogo, even though it meant they would receive no funds unless their campaign goal is achieved.
According to the company, the new NERF-compatible blaster for adults can fire over 200 feet per second, has a swappable grip, and uses a fully rechargeable LiPo battery. The device is semi-auto which requires no cocking, letting users simply pull the trigger to fire.
The blasters also come with other impressive features that include easy access to the flywheel cage, a wider trigger finger space, battery door thumbscrew, and a half dart-specific feature which the company says was the most requested change by members of the NERF modding community.
Described as a leading engineering and manufacturing company in the industry, Banned Blasters boast of 16 years of experience, adding that it felt this was the perfect time to hit hard with the best blaster it could design. And promises users real and true power with their blaster.
The Banned Blaster, it says, has glass ceiling performance out of the box with insane FPS, supreme modability, and the absence of fun-stopping kill switches.
“We are moving into a new generation of Nerfers. People want fully maxed out, super modable, high-performance blasters for their college Nerf wars. Banned Blasters brings it with their over 200 feet per second flywheel powered blaster.”
Review Video: https://youtu.be/_m3u4dByCs0
Indiegogo Campaign Video: https://youtu.be/GomRWjBDt_0
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