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Background and Identification
Nerf's Big Bad Bow was introduced in 1998 (Generation 1) with the latest one (Generation 7) released in 2012 called Hawkeye Bow, based off the 2012 movie, The Avengers. The Nerf Bows are part of the Hypersight Gun series and retail for about $19.99. They are meant for children six years and up.
The Nerf Big Bad Bow comes with three foam arrows and can shoot up to 57 feet. It also comes with gears, strings, and arrow storage on each end of the bow. The trigger mechanism is fired with two hands steadying the bow. To cock the bow, you push it forward and then push it back into its initial position. The fins on the arrows are glued on so that they are nearly diagonal with the body of the arrow so that, according to Nerf Center, they increase the accuracy of the arrow. The 1998 Big Bad Bow was purple and the current bows come in a variety of colors, like red, yellow, and purple.
Nerf Big Bad Bows are moderately priced and easy to modify and repair. They have a three star rating on Amazon with positive reviews about the ease of use and safety. The users who left negative reviews claim that there are not enough arrows included with the bow for the price they paid.
- Ammo Type(s): 3 Basic Arrows
- Max. Distance: 57 feet
- Rate of Fire: 1 shot per 3 seconds
- Dimensions: 1' 11.75" X 2' 2.75" X 4" ; 1 lb., 1 oz.