Nerf is one of the leading toy gun brands in the world to this day. It started with a simple foam ball in the 80s and has now transformed into a toy gun brand that is dominating the market!

The first dart blaster that nerf came out with was in 1992. It was Nerf’s biggest success as they sold over millions of toys. Over Time, Nerf gradually grew and is now recognized by all. 

During those years of expansion, Nerf has created many variations of guns and some of them are rather expensive due to their uniqueness. There are even some Nerf guns that are still sealed in a box which gives it its value. 

 Hence, here’s a list of some of the most expensive Nerf Guns in the world. Note that these Nerf Guns can be hardly found in the market anymore.

Vortex Nitron

Nerf Vortex Nitron: Toys & Games

The Vortex Nitron features a disc-shooting rifle. Unlike any other Nerf Guns, The disks are able to reflect from walls as you shoot onto them. This gun is motorized as well, which gives it high precision and stability. It is able to hold up to 20 discs per magazine and can be fired in full auto. As it is one of the earliest Disk shooting Nerf Guns, the performance it has is pretty remarkable considering the technology back then. The price for this piece is around $200.

Dart Tag Speedswarm Nerf Dart Tag Speedswarm: Toys & Games

The Nerf Dart Tag Speedswarm was designed to be matched with their Nerf Tag Jerseys. When a player uses this Nerf Blaster to shoot on an enemy, the darts will stick onto the jersey. Each gun holds ten darts and is fully motorized. It is compact and useful during any Nerf battlefield games. The average price for this beast is around $205

N-Strike Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 Hasbro Nerf N-Strike Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 Dart Blaster -  Blue: Toys & Games

The N-Strike Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 is famous for its fully adjustable function, from its stock to the rails. This Nerf gun is powered by air, hence not needing any batteries. The slide slam-fire hand allows it to handle rapid-fire operations without the need for electricity. With a capacity of 35-rounds magazine, this monster is able to rain upon your enemies rapidly! The average prices for this are around $220

Vortex Pyragon Nerf Vortex Pyragon Blaster: Toys & Games

The Vortex Paragon is one of the best disc shooting Nerf Guns out there. It is popular for its fully mechanical performance and has a 40 disc magazine. Its slam-fire mechanism enhances the speed of the disk allowing it to travel at unimaginable speeds. The tactical rail on the gun allows it to attach any Nerf Accessories as well. The average price for this is around $230, however may be higher as motorized guns decay, hence good working ones may be less.

N-Strike Rayven CS-18 Nerf N-Strike Rayven CS-18 Blaster: Toys & Games

The N-Strike Rayven CS-18 is famous for its glow-in-the-dark darts. It is one of the only Nerf Blaster that provides these special darts. Each magazine is able to hold up to 18 darts each which is fired through its motorized mechanism. With a bullet that glows, it is the best option for night battles! Prices for this piece range around $235.

Lazertag System

This Nerf system is like no other Nerf Guns. Unlike others that shoot out projectiles, the Lazertag System includes two Phoenix LTX laser taggers that shoot out beams of the laser. They have rumble and recoil features which apart from other normal laser tag guns. Pinpoint sights are also available to be attached. One advantage that is usually a disadvantage to others is that with this, you wouldn’t need to worry about picking up ammunition in every battle. The prices for this piece is around $250

N-Strike Whiteout Series Deploy CS-6

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This is a white version of an existing CS-6. It uses the same mechanisms which is the pump-handle mechanism as the original. Fun fact, it is able to be converted into a flashlight. This ensures that the six-round, quick reload clips are put into use on this gun. On the plus side, Whiteout’s trademark is rather visually appealing. The average price of this will be around $300.

Terrascout Recon RC Drone

TerraScout Recon | Nerf Wiki | Fandom

This on the other hand wouldn’t really be considered as a gun but more of a Drone.  The Terrascout recon RC Drone is a moving turret that can be controlled with a remote. You are able to control it from a far distance as it shoots out its 35 magazine darts through a dart drum. It also has a full-auto system as well. Prices for this are around $315.

N-strike Vulcan EBF-25 Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Dart Blaster (Discontinued by  manufacturer): Toys & Games

The N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 is a machine, gun-like blaster. As the name suggests, it has a round of 25 bullet belts that can be fired at a whopping 3 darts per second rate. It includes a tripod to enhance its aim efficiency. A handle is also attached to the Nerf gun to improve its stability. If you ever were to bring this bad boy into battle, surely your enemies will be feared as you show them your wrath rises for this piece range around $520.

N-Strike Longstrike CS-6 Nerf N-Strike Longstrike CS-6 Dart Blaster(Discontinued by  manufacturer): Toys & Games

This is by far one of the rarest guns that you can find which is still in a box untarnished! It remains one of the longest sniper rifle-like blasters at its time of release. A barrel extension is included as well for long-range targeting, as well as a flip-up sight to obtain maximum capacity. People who’ve had it have said that it was able to launch darts up to 35-feet. Due to its rarity, the prices for this range around $600.


There’s always a reason why these Nerf guns are expensive. At the same time, Nerf is also always producing different varieties of guns to ensure that our needs are satisfied. If you’ve gotten interested in any of these Nerf Blasters, feel free to purchase one, however, do bear in mind that you should be financially stable before doing so.

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