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Cowboys’ stadium holds world’s largest Nerf gun war

Over 4,000 blasters were used in the fight.

When JerryWorld isn't being used for opposing teams to beat the Cowboys, apparently it's being used to house massive Nerf wars.

Organized by Jared Guynes and dubbed "Nerf and Turf," a recent nerf gun event broke a Guinness World Record on March 12 in the category of "largest toy pistol fight" and featured obstacles all over the field of AT&T Stadium to provide cover in the war, reported The Dallas Morning News.

There were 2,289 total participants who used 4,394 blasters in the fight, which sounds way more epic than my Nerf wars used to be. Imagine this, but with a dinkier pistol:

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If this weren't incredible enough already, all of the proceeds generated from ticket sales ($14,000 after expenses were paid) are going to be donated to the tornado relief effort for victims of the Dec. 26 storm that saw tornados run through Garland and Rowlett.

Check out more photos of the event here.

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-Daniel Hersh