Out of Darts Blog

Jimmy Kimmel Live Build: A Behind the Scenes Preview

Jimmy Kimmel Live Build: A Behind the Scenes Preview
Out of Darts has some exciting news to share! You may have already heard, but some blasters we built were recently featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 11th, 2022! These "nerf cannon super suits" made quite the grand finale. Stay tuned for more content on how we built them!

Adam Savage’s One Day (Nerf) Builds: Our Response

Adam Savage’s One Day (Nerf) Builds: Our Response
To say that Luke and I are big fans of Adam and his work would be an understatement. So when we saw that Tested uploaded a new One Day Build involving a blaster series we really love, we jumped at the chance to do a reaction video – an experimental first for our channel.

Mega XL In Gameplay: What Role Does it Serve?

Mega XL In Gameplay: What Role Does it Serve?
There's no denying Mega XL is (dare I say) a massive improvement from other Hasbro releases in the past couple of years. But what about the ammo type itself? How effective is it at range, and what role does it play in games?

Prusa 3D Print Farm for Nerf Mods

Prusa 3D Print Farm for Nerf Mods
Here's an overview of the 3d print farm here at Out of Darts! We exclusively print Nerf modding parts and are looking to double, or triple our print farm in 2020. Here are the ins and outs of our workflow, the printers we use, and other helpful tips Luke has learned along the way that may come in handy for those interested in starting a print farm.

MOD GUIDE: Nerf Rival Perses

Nerf Rival Perses Mod Guide
The Nerf Rival Perses has taken the blaster hobby by storm in 2019. Building on every rival blaster previously released, we have been given a new b...

Free the Half-Length Dart

Free the Half-Length Dart
When half-length darts are mentioned, people imagine cracked glasses, darts that punch through cardboard, and welts that last for weeks. These old short darts are now thoroughly obsolete - in fact, they are almost universally banned, as their metal weights are dangerous to Nerfers and groundskeepers alike.  Factory made half-length darts being just as safe as full-length darts, they are still banned across many events and clubs due to the fear of injury.