The Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 is a re-release of the original Nerf Nite Finder, and aside from the new yellow and black paint job that matches the rest of the N-Strike line, the Nite Finder EX-3 is the same fantastic blaster that we have come to know and love.
If you aren’t familiar with previous incarnations of the Nite Finder, it is widely regarded to be one of the most reliable Nerf blasters out there, due largely to its simple mechanics and sturdy construction.
It’s also one of the easiest Nerf blasters to mod, with a simple plunger system and easy-to-work-with materials.
As with all blasters, some mods are more difficult than others, but removing the air restrictor on the Nite Finder requires nothing more than a modeling knife and some superglue, and it can result in a nice performance increase. An even simpler modification is to wrap rubber bands around the front of the gun, and then loop them through the cocking mechanism.
The Nerf Nite Finder features a ‘laser’ sight that you can calibrate for aiming in dark lighting.
Out of the box, you can expect the Nite Finder to shoot about 35 feet, which is pretty great for a single-shot spring Nerf gun. The accuracy on the Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 is also exceptional, and the blaster can easily be handled by all.
Article Contributors: Kevin Spence-Nerf Guns & Denver Vidler-Sashseti
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