Nerf Rival Curve Shot blasters will give you a twisty advantage in your next Nerf battle

These Nerf blasters can unleash rounds in a curved trajectory

Nerf Rival Curve Shot
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Nerf has unveiled a new line of blasters and it’s unlike anything the toy brand has released before.

Called Nerf Rival Curve Shot, the soon-to-be-available product range is comprised of three blasters that allow you to curve your shots in four different directions: left, right, straight, or down. With their ability to unleash rounds in a curved trajectory, these blasters let you fire around corners, barriers, and obstacles, giving you the ultimate strategic competitive advantage. Your opponents may be out of your line of sight, but with these blasters, you can take them out by surprise.

The three blasters that make up the Nerf Rival Curve Shot line are as follows:

Nerf Rival Curve Shot Flex XXI-100, $14.99

Nerf Rival Curve Shot Flex

This blaster includes 5 official Nerf Rival rounds and has integrated onboard round storage. Simply pull down the priming handle to load 1 round in the breech. After closing the breech, select your curve by turning the rotating muzzle, and press the trigger to fire. It will be available at most major toy retailers across the country starting March 1st.


Nerf Rival Curve Shot Sideswipe XXI-1200, $24.99

Nerf Rival Curve Shot Sideswipe XXI-1200

This blaster has a 12-round side-loading internal magazine and comes with 12 official Nerf Rival rounds. It also features an ambidextrous bolt, making it suitable for both right-handed and left-handed players. To fire 1 round, load the magazine, move the priming bolt, and press the trigger. Like the Flex model, this blaster will also be available at most major toy retailers nationwide starting March 1st.


Nerf Rival Curve Shot Helix XXI-2000, $29.99

Nerf Rival Curve Shot Helix XXI-2000

This high-capacity blaster features an easy-load hopper for quick reloading and includes 20 official Nerf Rival high-impact rounds. To unleash 1 round at a velocity of 90 feet per second, pump the handle to prime and press the trigger. Helix also includes trigger lock like the first two blasters. However, it will only be available at Target beginning August 1st.