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Enjoy exceptional accelerator technology and ultimate-distance blasting with the Nerf Vortex Nitron. Xtra Long-Range technology makes Nitron one of the premier blasters for your battlefield experience. Nitron is fully compatible with Vortex accessories, allowing you to take advantage of Nitron's capabilities for extra storage and quick reloading.
Nitron uses Xtra Long-Range (XLR) technology to propel a full-auto storm of discs towards targets to an extreme range. An acceleration trigger powers up the motor to hurl discs from a 20-disc magazine. Additional magazine storage holds extra discs for efficient reloading (supplementary magazine and discs sold separately).
A combination of battery power and disc technology makes this blaster as fun as it is effective. The discs slide easily into the magazine for loading and the magazine snaps firmly into place when inserted into active or storage openings. A disc-eject switch slides forward to lock the magazine into place for the blaster to function.
To prepare for rapid firing, squeeze down on an acceleration trigger to power up the motor. At that point, you're free to pull the standard trigger and overpower your opponent with the range of your blaster. In the rare case of a disc jam, the disc-eject switch easily slides backward to clear the jammed disc.
An attachable Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope centers your aim with pulsing targeting lights, which can flash at three different rates with the push of a button. Though our testers did not often use this accessory, they found its multiple light-up options provided a pleasing extra detail to the overall battlefield experience.
Because it uses the Tactical Rail System, Nitron is compatible with most accessories from Vortex and N-Strike systems, giving you the option to personalize this blaster.
Blaster, Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope, 20 discs, magazine storage, and assembly instructions.
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Overall, I believe that this blaster is great. It is very well balanced, the fore grip is comfortable, and the magazine storage in the stalk is a nice touch. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dayhers
My son has been playing with it since he opened it up for Christmas. Just make sure you have enough C batteries it takes 6.Published 2 days ago by Christine Congdon
Love this gun. We bought several of varying sizes. My two year old loves Nerf but he has trouble pulling the ones you have to pump to shoot. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Angie W.
The batteries are used so quickly it only allowed for a few little nurf battles dying on the second day and we had not played much.Published 1 month ago by clinton morris
The Nerf Vortex's gun are a good series the Nerf Vortex Nitron is a little loud, which is a disappointing thing to me. though it shoots really far. Read morePublished 1 month ago by the roudy and hungry boys
It is a non modified nerf gun that is a good balance between range and accuracy.Published 1 month ago by Zaccai Rosati