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Nerf N-Strike Barricade RV-10

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  • Motorized, semi-auto blaster features a 10-dart revolving barrel for action-packed blasting excitement
  • Blaster features a tactical rail and stock attachment
  • Blaster comes with 10 Whistler darts and instructions
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Nerf N-Strike Barricade RV-10 + Nerf Whistler Darts 36pk + Nerf N-Strike Elite Strong Arm
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 14 x 9.1 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003YJER8U
  • Item model number: 18616
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,466 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Put a new spin on your battles with this motorized, semi-auto Barricade RV-10 blaster! The 10-dart revolving barrel keeps the firepower coming and the compact design of this sidearm blaster means it's easy to take along on any mission. Quick and reliable, your revolving barrel blaster is the one to turn to when you're outnumbered and need to blast your way to victory.

Product Description

Put a new “spin” on your battles with this motorized, semi-auto Barricade RV-10 blaster! The 10-dart revolving barrel keeps the “firepower” coming and the compact design of this sidearm blaster means it’s easy to take along on any “mission”. The tactical rail and stock attachment give you the versatility to add additional accessories (sold separately) to hit your mark with precision. Quick and reliable, your revolving barrel blaster is the one to turn to when you’re outnumbered and need to blast your way to victory.

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Customer Reviews

Shoots well and easy to load.
Yoga Lover
Cons: If the trigger is not pulled back all the way, the dart moves out a little but does not fire, it can get stuck and have to be dislodged.
Rowskey
The barricade is fast firing and it is a very good gun for nerf wars.
WeatherLoach

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Tim Little on December 21, 2010
I bought this for my 2 year old. It works great! It is a little heavy for him, but he can shoot it with little difficulty. Now we just need to teach him not to aim at our heads! Most nerf guns have a spring that has to be compressed. Not having that spring makes this gun the best gun for younger children.

The second advantage of this gun is the barrel. Holding 10 darts is a bonus, but the best part is that the barrel is exposed. My 2 year old knows where the darts go and can load the gun by himself. My son can also operate the on/off switch by himself. The only problem is he frequently forgets to turn the gun off.

Summary: A 2 year old can operate all aspects of this gun without an adult's assistance.

For the big kid nerf wars (yes daddy has used it a time or two), this is the preferred gun because of its versatility and semi-automatic capabilities. I have a vulcan and longstrike and they are fun but they are too big and bulky. I am guessing the stampede would be the same. I prefer smaller guns because of their versatility. The downfall with the smaller guns is you always have to cock them. The barricade is superior because of its semi-automatic feature.

2 Years Later:
My 2 year old is now 4 and the gun is in the trash. My son had difficulty putting the darts all the way in the chamber and when they stick out the barrel doesn't turn correctly and it jams. I attempted using it this summer and it was constantly jamming so I tossed it. I am not disappointed. How many toys last for 2 years in the hands of a 2-3 year old? My 4 year old now carries around my vulcan or stampede. He can now operate all of my nerf collection. My second son turned 2 in September and he is getting a new barricade for Christmas this year. :) Still very pleased with this product.
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44 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Mark Winfrey on December 13, 2010
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The pros/cons of this gun are pretty well described in the other reviews, but I'll reiterate the basics here:

+ True semi-auto operation with relatively-large ammo capacity
- Noisy standby mode

Addressing the specific concerns of the previous reviewers, I've found the gun to be a very acceptable compromise for the semi-auto operation:

Accuracy/range - The Barricade falls within the same ranges found with other Nerf guns, perhaps a bit on the low side. I've found there to be some variation even within the same model, but for indoor play the range and accuracy are sufficient.

Jams - I have not had the gun jam once, after multiple rounds of target practice, except when I have mistakenly hindered the chambers from advancing by holding the gun wrong. (With a stock added, the natural positing for the steadying-hand is right on the rotating chambers.)

Size/weight - The gun is definitely the heaviest of the pistol designs, which is somewhat to be expected with the larger ammo capacity. I would agree with a previous reviewer that it seems like it could have been smaller, but it's a minor issue. I am more befuddled by the big tip they put on the front of the barrel, rather than the standard barrel-mount.

Grip - My previous Nerf purchase, the Spectre, had an oddly-short pistol grip that made it feel unsecure in the hand. I am pleased to find that the Barricade, being larger and heavier, has a full-length grip that feels quite secure.

Noise - Aye, there's the rub, as they say. It is quite noisy when on and ready to fire. If you're planning on hunting anyone with this, they'll know where you are at all times if you leave it on.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By LeoZodiac on April 29, 2011
I had very high hopes for this weapon, however I didn't expect some of the cons I would run into while wielding a gun like this.

Although the pros for this weapon balance it out, for example, this blasting pistol holds up to 10 darts, which is plenty compared to the other revolvers & most clip systems. Even though the weapon is pretty light, it is also bulky, making it a two-handed gun. There is also a top rail to put on scopes or other accessories, plus the end gives the optional shoulder stock. And of course, the semi-auto action was a definite improvement. Because the hassle of re-cocking a Nerf gun is time consuming in battle, even in pursuit.

Now for the cons, having 10 darts is great, whatever, but weaponry with adequately good ammo capacities should be capable of the gunner performing fast reload speeds as well. When Nerf said that this weapon was semi-auto, however having a semi-auto gun doesn't mean it's a fast gun. Shooting too fast causes the gun to jam easily, which makes you have to shoot the darts periodically, but to me this was better than slam-fire action, gives this gun less recoil. Plus, this weapon is loud when it comes to sneaking up on your opponent. The Barricade shoots a short distance of 15-20 ft. with no upward angle and is slightly inaccurate. This gun was intentionally made for the front lines of one's team. Due to the fact that this was NOT made for stealth and the long reload delays, but has a good fire rate and made for close combat. So unless you got some quick & dexterous hands, you have 10 shots and your done, that's it.

Overall, this gun was a great improvement in it's day, but is quite the deceiver when you expect so much from a semi-auto blaster. So I give it 3 out of 5 stars.
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