When I think of Nerf, I can now think of Boba Fett. Well, that’s not fair. After watching that first episode of The Book of Boba Fett, I was thinking of soft and inoffensive things. At least now I can achieve the Dances with Banthas cosplay with this affordable blaster replica from Hasbro Pulse.
The replica of Boba Fett’s blaster measures 30″ long. While not totally screen accurate, it is still unmistakably the weapon of the galaxy’s most feared bounty hunter. The replica is priced at $109.99 and is estimated to ship out on 03/01/2023.
With his customized Mandalorian armor, deadly weaponry, and silent demeanor, Boba Fett was one of the most feared bounty hunters in the galaxy. Imagine scouring the galaxy for bounties with the Nerf LMTD Star Wars Boba Fett’s EE-3 blaster, which is meticulously detailed to capture the look of the blaster seen in The Book of Boba Fett live-action TV series on Disney Plus. The 30-inch (76 centimeter) blaster has an electronic scope with an illuminated lens and makes series-accurate blaster sounds. It comes fully assembled in premium packaging, perfect for display. Compatible with Nerf Elite darts. Requires 2x 1.5v AAA alkaline batteries (not included).
If you’re looking for something that pumps out a bunch of darts-per-minute, the EE-3 blaster isn’t it. The ammo drums hold four premium darts. Unfortunately, the blaster itself does not store reserve ammo or any sort of magazine.
Regardless, if you need a blaster for your Boba Fett cosplay, this makes for a perfectly serviceable replica. Prime it, repaint it, and slap a wash over it, and you’re done. At $109.99, it’s a steal compared to the 3D printed blasters or the resin molded ones.
What do you think of Nerf’s newest licensed weapon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
[Source: Hasbro Pulse]
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