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Any recommendations for something that a 2-3 year old could use? My son wants to participate while his older sister is playing with her nerf bow and her small handheld dart gun. He has trouble pulling the cocking mechanism.

Anything to is super easy to cock? Size is not an issue it just needs to be easy to prepare, use and fire (so the less complicated and without batteries would be awesome)
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Any recommendations for something that a 2-3 year old could use? My son wants to participate while his older sister is playing with her nerf bow and her small handheld dart gun. He has trouble pulling the cocking mechanism.

Anything to is super easy to cock? Size is not an issue it just needs to be easy to prepare, use and fire (so the less complicated and without batteries would be awesome)
Walmart used to carry a geric 2 pack of those foam disc shooters with a considerable amount of foam disc's... I'd reccomend one flow those over any nerf gun for a child that small
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Any recommendations for something that a 2-3 year old could use? My son wants to participate while his older sister is playing with her nerf bow and her small handheld dart gun. He has trouble pulling the cocking mechanism.

Anything to is super easy to cock? Size is not an issue it just needs to be easy to prepare, use and fire (so the less complicated and without batteries would be awesome)

Sorry for the late reply but I came across your post and thought I'd add my two cents. Our boys are big into Nerf so of course their little sister wants to join in. She started when she was ~3 years old. We tried a few guns from Nerf Rebelle line. They have smaller handles so I figured she'd be able to hold them better.

She has the Nerf Rebelle Messenger [amazon.com] which has a big pull handle for priming that she was able to prime "most" of the time.

The other one we tried was the Nerf Rebelle Fearless Fire [amazon.com]. This one is battery operated and doesn't need strength to prime. She didn't always get the concept of holding down the rev trigger before firing so it worked 50% of the time for her without jamming.

She can also use her brothers Nerf Elite Precision [amazon.com] which is pretty much like the Messenger but only hold 1 shot at a time.

Another option would be the Nerf Rebelle Lumanate [amazon.com] which looks like a smaller version of the Messenger/Precision.

Another option (if you can find one) would be an off brand, Nerf compatible blaster. Buzz Bee made a battery operated Rapidstrike competitor called the Ultra-Tek Brute [walmart.com]. What's useful about this one was that it ran on batteries so didn't need strength to prime and didn't use a rev trigger. You pulled the trigger half way to start the motors and then all the way to start firing. A youngster should be able to just hold down the trigger and start firing away (first dart might flop out if the motors not up to speed but rest should fly fine). I don't think it did very well as I can't see to find it in stock anywhere. If you do find it you can use Nerf darts and Nerf magazines (we bought a few of the Air Warriors magazines to use in our Nerf guns as they were much cheaper) in it so it's very convenient to add to an existing collection.

Anyways, I don't know if this info is even relevant anymore but there is it, hope it helps.
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Sorry for the late reply but I came across your post and thought I'd add my two cents. Our boys are big into Nerf so of course their little sister wants to join in. She started when she was ~3 years old. We tried a few guns from Nerf Rebelle line. They have smaller handles so I figured she'd be able to hold them better.

She has the Nerf Rebelle Messenger [amazon.com] which has a big pull handle for priming that she was able to prime "most" of the time.

The other one we tried was the Nerf Rebelle Fearless Fire [amazon.com]. This one is battery operated and doesn't need strength to prime. She didn't always get the concept of holding down the rev trigger before firing so it worked 50% of the time for her without jamming.

She can also use her brothers Nerf Elite Precision [amazon.com] which is pretty much like the Messenger but only hold 1 shot at a time.

Another option would be the Nerf Rebelle Lumanate [amazon.com] which looks like a smaller version of the Messenger/Precision.

Another option (if you can find one) would be an off brand, Nerf compatible blaster. Buzz Bee made a battery operated Rapidstrike competitor called the Ultra-Tek Brute [walmart.com]. What's useful about this one was that it ran on batteries so didn't need strength to prime and didn't use a rev trigger. You pulled the trigger half way to start the motors and then all the way to start firing. A youngster should be able to just hold down the trigger and start firing away (first dart might flop out if the motors not up to speed but rest should fly fine). I don't think it did very well as I can't see to find it in stock anywhere. If you do find it you can use Nerf darts and Nerf magazines (we bought a few of the Air Warriors magazines to use in our Nerf guns as they were much cheaper) in it so it's very convenient to add to an existing collection.

Anyways, I don't know if this info is even relevant anymore but there is it, hope it helps.
Found it at Cabelas for $20 http://www.cabelas.com/product/BU...050361.uts
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Found it at Cabelas for $20 http://www.cabelas.com/product/BU...050361.uts
Pretty good price. This makes a fairly nice blaster for a smaller child if they don't have the strength to prime a spring loaded one. The darts it comes with are poorly put together and will cause extra jams but it takes Nerf darts and Magazines so you should just use those if you buy this.
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Pretty good price. This makes a fairly nice blaster for a smaller child if they don't have the strength to prime a spring loaded one. The darts it comes with are poorly put together and will cause extra jams but it takes Nerf darts and Magazines so you should just use those if you buy this.
Or, buy Ztozz from Amazon, get like 600 for $26.
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Or, buy Ztozz from Amazon, get like 600 for $26.
I prefer EKIND [amazon.com] or Little Valentine [amazon.com] Waffle head darts myself. Not the cheapest 3rd party dart out there but cheaper than Nerf and fly better too.
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I prefer EKIND [amazon.com] or Little Valentine [amazon.com] Waffle head darts myself. Not the cheapest 3rd party dart out there but cheaper than Nerf and fly better too.
Haven't tried them, but the Ztozz seemed to have better reviews. Got the harder tip and they fly a little further and hit a little harder than nerf.
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If $34 was a good price, target has them for $34 with $25 off when you order three
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If $34 was a good price, target has them for $34 with $25 off when you order three
Wish I saw this earlier! I would of got three.
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