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Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6
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- The integrated clip holds six darts and lets you load super-fast.
- 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!
- Air-powered blaster lets you return fire fast with high-speed reloads!
- Integrated clip holds six darts and helps with super-fast loading.
- Blaster comes with 6 DART TAG darts.
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Top Customer Reviews
The Speedload 6 is a mess. Just like the Quick 16, it's much larger than you would expect. The Speedload is also very heavy. It's not just that the blaster's heavy, it's specifically front heavy. Even though the gun is wieldable, it always feels off balance.
The real problem with the Speedload 6 is jamming. Unlike the Quick 16 which can fire just about any dart, the Speedload has problems firing the darts that ship with it. In about 30 minutes of test firing, I don't think I made it through a single six dart magazine without a jam. Even worse, all jams are catastrophic. Darts get wedged half way into or even folded into the chamber. In these scenarios the jam door isn't very helpful. More often than not, the internal mechanism blocks access to the dart. I had to fish out jammed darts using a dental pick. In every case darts were ruined; in many instances the heads of the darts were ripped clean off.
Priming the blaster more forcefully seemed to help to some extent, but I found that priming the blaster with a good deal of force will frequently slamfire the next dart even when you're not touching the trigger.
With all these issues, I assumed that I'd purchased a bad blaster. The Quick 16 which uses the same basic design performed flawlessly. I returned to the store and exchanged the blaster for a new Speedload 6.Read more ›
It's a 6 shot blaster. The integrated clip is the design I don't like. First of all, it makes the blaster really front heavy and it's not fun to hold. It just doesn't feel good in your hands like some blasters do.
The bullets are pretty easy to load but it's prone to jamming. In fact, its design is such that all the integrated clip blasters have an unjam door on the other side of the clip. This blaster will jam if you don't pull the slide just right and during battle concentrating on pulling the slide just right is not something you want to think about. On top of that range and accuracy ain't that great.
The positives are that the clip is easy to load, just push them in. And the slide has rounded edges which won't hurt your fingers.
Overall you have a front heavy unbalanced 6 shot blaster which is prone to jamming, so not highly recommended.
Anyway, the new gun works just fine. I have a happy boy and admiration for a company that listens to their customers and makes things right.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We have over a dozen Nerf guns, and this is by far the worst. It jams constantly. Unlike any other gun, it chews up the jammed dart so it can't be used again. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Bradley Peterson
Sometimes the darts get stuck in chamber and you can no longer pull the slide back. Very frustrating. Ruins darts. Jams too easily.Published on December 2, 2013 by George Martinez III
We bought a kit with two of these guns. They jam constantly and the darts get ruined when trying to unjam the gun. Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by Bruce@AWS
Only jammed a couple of times and only shredded a couple of darts!The gun itself looks cool and the internal clip is great (other than when it jams).The distance is pretty good to!Published on April 6, 2013 by Timed formula8
Every time I use it, it jams. It is very hard to take out the jammed dart. Even the darts that came with it clog! I think I shold've got the swampfire instead...Published on January 21, 2013 by V. E. Tucker