Nerf Rebelle Guardian Crossbow
Nerf launcher marketed to girls after Katniss of Hunger Games
Who says you can't look stylish while you launch a sneak crossbow attack? Arm yourself with the fabulous power of the Guardian Crossbow blaster. The blaster can rapid-fire up to 6 collectible darts at targets up to 75 feet away with the power of its auto-rotating dart launcher. Pull the slide back and pull the trigger to fire at your target. You can team up with a friend or go it alone, but either way you're armed for action with the Guardian Crossbow blaster.
The crossbow, a ranged weapon that dates back to ancient times, originated in China around the 5th century BC. Its design, which uses a horizontal bow-like assembly mounted on a stock, allowed it to store energy more efficiently than traditional bows. This made it a powerful weapon that could be used with less training than required for longbows. The crossbow spread to the Mediterranean region by the 4th century BC and later to medieval Europe, where it became a significant weapon in warfare due to its ability to penetrate armor. Its use in European battles, such as the Battle of Hastings in 1066, highlighted its effectiveness. However, as firearms developed, the crossbow's prominence declined, but it never disappeared entirely and is still used today for hunting, sport, and as a symbol of historical weaponry.