Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster Review

The Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster is one the new models released by Nerf.
Unlike the original dart ammos, this gun shoots out discs which can be fired up
to a range of 60 feet. The mechanism uses a pump action which means
no batteries are required to get this going.
Nerf-Gun-Tick-Icon Disc ammunition

Nerf-Gun-Tick-IconHolds up to 10 Discs

Nerf-Gun-Tick-IconPump mechanism

Nerf-Gun-Tick-Icon60 Feet firing range



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The Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster was released in 2011 under the Vortex series. The Vortex is a series of Nerf disc blasters and is widely adored by an enthusiastic audience all over the world. It claims to have a unique and powerful XLR disc technology which gives the PRAXIS blaster a highly enhanced performance and loads of power.
PRAXIS is a bulky blaster, especially when you compare it to the guns in the N-Strike range. It uses a torsion spring on the inside to fire the XLR disc. With its pump action mechanism, it can fire in a stunning manner. The gun comes with an optional locking mechanism to prevent the user from priming the PRAXIS when there is no magazine. Another optional lock is to prevent the user from pulling the trigger when there is no dart in the chamber.

This is very useful when you are in a faux fight with your friends because when the trigger doesn’t get pulled, you know that you need to load new discs. In this Nerf Vortex Praxis Blaster Review, we will look at some of its features and our final take of this particular model:


The Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster is a bulky and large weapon and because of this, it produces some noise, although it isn’t noticeable when in a Nerf war against your enemies. Others have claimed that the sound can be quite distracting but after trying it ourselves, we hardly noticed it. Like most spring loaded Nerf guns out there, the only sound you will hear is when it’s being firing, and that is the sound of the spring being set off.


The Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster needs you to prime the disc each time you want to fire a shot. It is quick to prime and unlike most single fire mode guns, allows for faster action – less time wasting, more time shooting! Whilst taking this model through it’s paces, were able to get a firing rate of 2 discs per second, this gun swears to help you win in any shooting match that you hold next!


The flat firing range of the Slingfire is an impressive 60 feet, although when shot at an angle, were able to fire darts at an impressive 80 feet! This long range can be attributed to its rifle like build and powerful shooting of the XLR discs.


The Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster is made of high quality plastic and boasts of a very strong and beautiful design. The color combination used for the blaster’s body has been appreciated by many Nerf lovers who describe it as “eerie and alien”. The build quality of the Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster is heavy but that is what is responsible for its range and power and the long rifle-like design enables it to fire as powerfully as it does.


The Nerf Vortex PRAXIS Blaster is a lovely Nerf gun which has become a favorite among many enthusiasts. Its popularity can be attributed to its beautiful design, fanastic firing capabilities, range, and overall appeal that comes with a Nerf gun. The Vortes series is known for its XLR discs and PRAXIS proves to be the perfect Nerf Gun to fire them.

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