Nerf Unveils the Elite Pinpoint Sight

My affiliate AwsomelyNerf contacted me earlier this morning with some great information. AN is down in Singapore, and has gotten a sneak peak of the new N-Strike Elite Pinpoint Sight by means of a guide book distributed out at local toy stores. The stores have been having “Elite tryout” games and he managed to get the pamphlet there. Apparently they have also been handed out at the 2012 Malaysian Nerf Dart Tag Tournament as well.

EDIT: I misunderstood. The guide book is ONLY distributed at the dart tag tournament. The store promotions are still really cool though. 🙂

Breakdown of the games:

  • Grab a locked, loaded, and ready to fire Retaliator.
  • Aim at two rows of targets. Four targets on top, worth 5 points each, Four targets on bottom, worth 2 points each.
  • Fire. Hitting the targets earns you points. If you earn enough, you win a Nerf prize.

No word yet on how exactly the sight functions (It may work exactly the same as the N-Strike version or it may be better) but man it looks cool! Thanks AN for the info!

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6 thoughts on “Nerf Unveils the Elite Pinpoint Sight

  1. No prob!
    Btw,I don’t have the booklet(thy’re not given out at the Elite try outs) the pic is from Malaysia DT Tournament event page and the booklet will only be distributed to those who attend the tournament in Malaysia.

    • Remember that Nerf’s primary audience is young boys. Most young people don’t have the money to buy a computer or pay monthly internet fees, but they CAN afford a free flyer, and they CAN show it to their parents. Also, some adults don’t have access to the internet either. These flyers expand the potential market that Nerf can sell to. It’s just a smart business move.

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