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Shooting around with sophisticated toy blasters is fun, exciting, social and even educational. So let’s all get active and start a laser tag or Nerf battle!
If you are after a decent sidearm style blaster, the Nerf N-Strike Elite Disruptor may be a good option for you.
This streamlined shooter takes the best of the older Strongarm model and switches it up with some new design features and an improved look-and-feel.
Here’s my quick blast through below on some of the key features of the Disruptor, and how it fares against the previous N-Strike model and other similar blasters.
One of the older but still very successful home laser tag sets currently on the market is the Nerf Lazer Tag Phoenix LTX Tagger 2-pack.
First released in 2008 as part of the Nerf Lazer Tag series, the Phoenix LTX blasters are sophisticated yet easy-to-use laser tag guns, equipped with great features.
In this review I am walking through the main features of this popular set and reveal what I like and don’t like about it.
Home laser tag is currently one of the fastest growing live action games, and for good reason. Laser tag has social as well as strategic aspects to it, not to mention the fact that it’s loads of fun.
Let’s be honest, would you rather see your children browsing their Facebook feed all day, or play exciting home laser tag battles?
There are quite a few home laser tag sets available for purchase online, but some are much better, more robust and more sophisticated than others.