Watch the world's largest Nerf gun shoot darts at 40 mph

Nerf dart wars will never be the same after the creation of the world's biggest Nerf gun. This giant toy is a massive version of the traditional Maverick Nerf gun -- and it can shoot darts at around 40 miles per hour.

The gun was created by former NASA engineer Mark Rober, who was looking to dominate his office's next Nerf gun battle. With the help of a couple of friends, he used a 3,000 PSI air tank, normally used in paintball guns, and some modified Nerf darts made out of pool noodles and toilet plungers to create a gun that can crush all of its Nerf rivals.

You can see the world's largest Nerf gun in action in Rober's video, or -- if you want to see the gun unleash even more destruction -- watch what happens when the air tank is replaced with a black powder cannon on Eclectical Engineering's YouTube channel.

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