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Delight the Nerf Enthusiasts in Your Life With an Epic Nerf Battle

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Join hoards of foam-dart fans at the AT&T Center in Arlington on Saturday, March 10 from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. for the biggest, baddest Nerf Gun battle in the state. Jared’s Nerf Battle (named for event creator, Jared Guynes) is an exciting event that offers tickets online starting at $16. Admission includes access to the locker rooms at the home of the Dallas Cowboys and four hours of pulse-pounding battle, including barricades and bunkers and memories to last a lifetime. Grab the whole family, pull out your biggest Nerf guns, and head to Dallas Cowboy stadium for some good-natured fun for all ages.

2016 Resulted in a Record Breaking Epic Nerf Battle

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Photo: Facebook/JaredEpicNerf

Jared’s 2016 Epic Nerf Battle earned the title Guinness World Record Holder for, “Largest Toy Pistol Fight.” In the record-breaking event, a reported 4,394 Nerf blasters were used. This year’s event will feature YouTube celebrities, Drac the Nerf Vampire, Aaron Esser and Paul Kousky, with more celebrity appearances to be announced soon.

While the event is sure to be delightful mayhem, there are a few rules. For instance, those 17 years and under must wear eye protection (in fact, that’s probably a good idea for everyone–regardless of age), you must bring your own Nerf guns and ammo (other brands are discouraged) and plan to leave behind the ammo that you bring. Also, no modified Nerf guns will be allowed at this event.

Nerf’s Revenues Are $400 Million Annually

Epic Nerf Battle
Photo: Facebook/JaredsEpicNerf

Nerf was developed by Parker Brothers (now owned by Hasbro) in the late 1960s. Some fans of the popular toy contend that Nerf stands for Non-Expanding Recreational Foam, but that fact has been disputed. Nerf’s revenues are a reported $400 million annually.

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