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Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire

by Nerf

Price: $47.88 & FREE Shipping
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  • The rotating barrel lets you deliver rapid blasting action and the removable stock lets you take your blasting action on the go.
  • When your opponent is in sight, grab your blaster and send your DART TAG darts flying ? they?ll even whistle as they fly.
  • Blast your way to victory!
  • Electronic blaster lets you dominate the game with a full-auto 20-dart attack! Blaster features a rotating barrel for rapid blasting and a removable stock for high-mobility attacks!
  • Blaster comes with 20 DART TAG darts. Requires 6 ?C? batteries (not included).
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Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire + Nerf Mega Dart Tag Refill 36pk + Nerf N-Strike Elite Dart Refill Pack (75 Darts)
Price for all three: $76.87

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 24 x 14 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0043E8JKW
  • Item model number: 28509
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Batteries 6 C batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,776 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Gear up for team play with the Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire. Using a battery-powered rotating barrel and holding up to 20 Dart Tag darts at a time, this efficient blaster is designed to accommodate the high intensity, high speeds, and quick reflexes necessary for your team to achieve victory every time.

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Dart Tag Swarmfire
  • Ages: Eight and up
  • Requires: Six 1-1/2-volt C or LR14 batteries and Phillips-head screwdriver
At a Glance:
  • Rotating barrel for blasting a 20-dart swarm
  • Motorized, full-auto blasting for high-scoring rapid fire
  • 20 Dart Tag darts stick to Dart Tag jerseys (sold separately) and whistle as they fly
  • Removable stock for high-mobility attacks
Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire
The rotating barrel lets you deliver rapid blasting action. View larger.
Lead Your Team to Victory

Dominate the opposition with the Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire, the ultimate blaster for Nerf's newest action sport, Dart Tag. The Swarmfire blaster is designed for Dart Tag team play, so among other Dart Tag options, you can lead your team to victory. Command the playing field with an overwhelming, whistling dart swarm that will keep the competition running for cover.

High-Speed, High-Intensity Play

Battery power eliminates the traditional need to pump the blaster, allowing players to direct their attention toward game strategy. Hold down the trigger for motorized, full-auto blasting with a rotating barrel that holds up to 20 darts at a time. Single darts can be fired for a more calculated firing style. A stock allows the blaster to rest comfortably against players' shoulders and can be removed for high mobility attacks.

Our testers were happy to find that the battery power made firing easier and more efficient. The blaster was also easy to carry when moving around during team play. Our testers did find that, during entire rounds of continuous fire, the occasional dart dislodged from the barrel before it could be fired, but this was a rare exception.

What's in the Box

Blaster, 20 Dart Tag darts, Dart Tag rules, and assembly instructions.

Product Description

Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Overall, it's a fun gun.
Superheroes fan
I was a little worried about the weight of the C batteries in the front of this nerf gun; however while heavy it is manageable.
H. Sapiens
The darts have a pretty good range of about 30 feet.
Long Live the C64!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Superheroes fan on April 26, 2011
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This is a really nice looking gun. Everyone I show it to are impressed by its futuristic-Robotech-Anime-Halo style design. The range is nothing to brag about. The worse shots go 16-20 feet. The majority go between 20-25 feet. 25 feet seems to be the tops but rare. It does fire very rapidly, seemingly slightly faster than the Stampede. The max capacity is 20 darts (one reviewer said 30 but that's incorrect). It can be modified to use any darts. It has a really cool feel to it, but like other reviewers have said, it is very front heavy (unlike the Stampede that's more back heavy which allows you to cradle it under one arm). It requires two hands for sure and can easily tire out your wrist from holding it. May take some getting use to. The shoulder stock helps a lot with balance. The color is not the typical yellow found in previous guns. It has a slightly darker tone which gives it a nicer look as well. Overall, it's a fun gun. The only thing I would've liked differently about it which is why I gave the 4 star rating is for it to be less front heavy and more balanced. Hope this helps.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David Lane on November 10, 2011
My son is 4 and couldn't use the nerf guns that have to be cocked because of his little hands so I got this primarily because it is fully automatic. He loves it he likes the sounds and the rapid fire. The only flaws so far are the fact that it takes 6 C batteries and that it is quite heavy. He will get used to the heavy part because it is so much fun to shoot daddy in the shower, but I recommend rechargeable batteries or you will tripple the cost of the gun in a week. He also loves that the darts stick to his stuffed toys so he can keep track of his kills.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By James D. Nichol VINE VOICE on July 28, 2011
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Ok, I'm a little mature for this but - This is a great Nerf Gun. Not to mention the tag darts fly accurately for 20 feet. But you need to have fresh batteries to do that.

My son and I have used the suction cup darts in this gun and had a really good time blasting the TV screen when people come on that we don't like. Hows that for a critic?

The only thing I would warn parents about is the darts themselves, the Velcro tips are abrasive, a little hard and can scratch bare skin pretty good. The neighbor kid stopped by, didn't realize it was a battery powered gun, and before he even knew it, he had shot 5 darts and one of them grazed my son's eye area and scratched him up for a few days. This is going to be true for any of the guns that shoot tag darts and eye protection is a definite must along with the receiver vests.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Deric Clarke on March 21, 2011
First thing I thought when I unboxed this blaster was that this looked like something out of a Japanese cartoon. It is a great addition to Nerf's increasing automatic blaster line.
The good:
-Cool futuristic alien design. I disliked the bright orange and green colors of the last Dart Tag blasters.
-High dart capacity(20). This blaster shoots the Taggers, Suction, and Whistler darts, but not the streamlines.
-Good rate of fire to "swarm" your target with darts.
-Shoulder stock.
-Durable feel. When you look at the internal guides on the Internet you can see the are layers to this gun making it up to the task of abusive tag games.
The bad:
-Front heavy makes the blaster awkward at times, though I think the stock helps.
-High capacity + auto fire = reloading a lot. Since it's not a clip-system it becomes a bit tiring. Then there is the clean up...
-C size batteries. My complaint about this is that Nerf has been using D size batteries for it's other electric blaster (the Barricade being an exception) so having Nerf games with the other blasters also means having to carry a larger variety of heavy batteries.

I was pleasantly surprised with this blaster. Though I would prefer using a different blaster in a game of tag this is one for a collector.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Holt VINE VOICE on July 27, 2011
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this is an awesome toy. The gun shoots darts a good distance and at a good speed. However it is not for small children and even for big kids or adults I consider eye protection a MUST. Those darts travel far and straight and are velcro coated. They don't hurt if they hit the skin, but they could do some eye damage, so just some simple saftey glasses will make for a much more fun time for all.
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By S. Meyer on April 11, 2011
I'm comparing this exclusively to the Nerf Rapid Fire blaster.

Swarmfire
~ Shoots/holds 30 darts
~ Requires 6 C Batteries
~ Shoots approx 5-6 darts per second
~ Currently ten bucks more than the Rapid Fire

Rapid Fire
~ Shoots/holds 20 darts
~ Requires pumping
~ Shoots approx 9-10 darts per second
~ Currently ten bucks less than the Swarmfire

Which do you pick? I tend to side with the Rapid Fire because of the battery need/cost on the Swarmfire. We already have a fantastic battery operated Nerf blaster in the form of the Stampede. Additionally, the instant "burst" of unloading 20 darts on someone in about two seconds flat is very impressive and much more of a "wow" factor than the steady stream of the Swarmfire. The "pop-pop-pop" of the Rapid fire I find to be more satisfying than the motorized sound of the Swarmfire, but that is just my personal preference. Rapid Fire, like the Swarmfire, also shoots for as long as you hold the trigger, so it is possible to also fire off a few rounds at a time if you want.

I see Rapid Fires on shelves in stores all around where I live, so for someone in a similar situation I would say get the rapid fire. Anyone else, the Swarmfire makes a fine substitute.
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