Nerf


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Nerf

 (nûrf)
A trademark for a variety of foam rubber toys.
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We hired out Bellfield Hall in A-Portobello to hold a Nerf Gun Party, invited loads of Harris's friends, and asked them to bring donations of old clothes for those living on the streets.
Kids aged 7-15 can get their hands on all the latest NERF blasters whilst taking on The Monster!
After the briefing, players will set out onto The Monster for the NERF Monster battle, making their way over 40 obstacles and facing various NERF challenges throughout the 300m course.
Pupils at Kittybrewster Primary School found a bag of nerf guns on their clean-up.
Inside, customers will find a 10,000 sq ft battle arena, plus castles and interactive bunkers used in the games, and one of the largest collections of Nerf guns in the UK.
The savvy businessman got in touch with Hasbro, who make Nerf guns.
The year 10 student first came up with the idea of launching his own business when younger brother Jamie, now 12, put a [pounds sterling]35 Nerf Gun on his birthday list two years ago.
Gear up for battle with the NERF Elite Tactical Vest, which features storage pockets for an extra blaster and quick reload clips, so kids can take along added firepower.
Those looking for Nerf guns are in luck because the popular toys are going to have various models on sale throughout stores.
Smyths joint head of marketing Sinead Byrne said: "In addition to some familiar classics including NERF, Our Generation and Fisher Price, it is great to see some new toys feature in this year's list.
The range features the likes of current classics such as NERF, Paw Patrol and Barbie as well as new toys from some of the biggest brands.