|Bow 'n' Arrow|
|Blaster type||Single-fire pull and release arrow blaster (direct plunger)|
|Stock ammunition type||11" arrows|
|Size||26.8" x 27" x 4"|
|Average retail price||19.99 USD|
|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It comes packaged with three arrows.
As its name suggests, it heavily resembles a bow. It has fake bow strings that are there for aesthetics.
It does not feature a firing trigger. Instead, it is fired similarly to an actual bow. Two arrow holders are located on the upper limb of the blaster. The blaster also has a built-in sight located above the barrel.
It was the first Nerf blaster that featured the use of arrows.
The blaster was said to have been given a re-release in 1997, although it is unknown if any performance differences occurred with this re-release
Reloading and firing
To reload the Bow 'n' Arrow, place an arrow over the blaster's barrel. Pull and release the plunger rod located on the back of the blaster to fire.
- Its inventor Mark Rappaport has a toy company Marky Sparky Toys that make a similar bow now called the "Faux Bow".
|Original Nerf blasters|
|Arrowstorm • Blast-a-Ball • Blast-a-Matic • Bow 'n' Arrow • Master Blaster • Missile Launcher|
Missilestorm • NB-1 Missile Blaster • Sharpshooter • Slingshot • Zap Snaps