Montreal’s Nerf Gun Arena You Gotta Go To With Your Friends ASAP
Prepare for some serious fun.
Alright, show of hands, how many people here enjoy being active? Everyone? That's exactly what I thought!
And while Montreal is probably the perfect city to keep active and have fun (hiking up Mont-Royal, anyone?), sometimes, you just want to go inside to have the time of your life. It's understandable: it is freezing outside, after all!
But that's exactly where one Montreal spot comes in to save the day.
Combat d'Archers is a giant combat archery arena in Montreal - in fact, it is the very first and largest archery tag setup in the whole city! - promising a really fun time for anyone and everyone who checks it out!
While they are well known for their archery tag games, Combat d'Archers has one more super fun trick up its sleeve: Nerf guns!
Combat Nerf is the newest addition and it is seriously awesome. First of all, the arena itself is huge - so big that up to 40 players can enjoy at once. And I mean, can you imagine going nuts in a huge arena with up to 39 of your friends, armed with nothing but Nerf guns and the will to have fun? Yeah. That sounds pretty fun to me.
But the fun doesn't end there!
Combat Nerf is not your typical Nerf wars arena as they only use the best Nerf Rival guns on the market! Choose from the likes of the Artemis XVII-3000 which shoot rounds at a velocity of 100 feet per second and the Nemesis-MXVII-10K, which is a fully motorized Nerf blaster that holds up to 100 rounds.
They also supply you with unlimited ammo and appropriate safety gear, of course. Within 75 minutes of gameplay, you get a 15-minute introduction and a whole 60 minutes of pure Nerf action - and during those 60 minutes, you can cycle through a bunch of different gameplay modes like Capture The Flag and Team Deathmatch.
The best part about this unconventionally awesome way of having an amazing time? It's good for legit any occasion! Chilling with friends; team bonding; celebrating a birthday... the list goes on. The possibilities are endless.
Because, after all, there's nothing as much fun as running free through a huge arena, dodging Nerf bullets and trying to nail your friends with your own. Cheers to that, friends. Cheers to that.