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Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Dart Blaster

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Price: $429.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • The removable tripod folds for easy transport ? or a quick escape from enemy fire
  • Even your toughest opponent won?t know what hit him when you unleash the power of the N-STRIKE VULCAN EBF-25 blaster
  • Massive and thrilling
  • Fully automatic blaster holds up to twenty-five darts and can fire up to three darts per second
  • Blaster comes with ammo box, removable tripod, 25-dart belt, 25 Whistler Darts and instructions
3 new from $429.99 3 collectible from $129.99


Frequently Bought Together

Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Dart Blaster + Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Belt Refill + Nerf N-Strike Elite Dart Refill Pack (75 Darts)
Price for all three: $506.21

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

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 30.1 x 14 inches ; 7.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Andorra
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003H9MTJ6
  • Item model number: 25264
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Batteries 6 D batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,259 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (366 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Dart Blaster

From the Manufacturer

Complete your N-STRIKE arsenal and prepare for the ultimate in battery-powered blasting. Be ready for any battle with the yellow N-STRIKE VULCAN EBF-25 blaster - an awesome, fully automatic dart cannon with three tactical rails. Load the blaster with fresh batteries and fire at a rate of up to three darts per second. Watch as the belt feeds automatically through the blaster, letting the barrage of firepower continue as you battle your opponent. The piston-powered internal launching system makes it an unstoppable force. Switch to single-shot mode for precision blasting.

Customer Reviews

We were so sad, because it would have been the best Nerf gun ever.
Mom of 4
I did call Hasbro about the problem and they told me to pack it up and send it back - no "oh yes, just do this and it will work" answer that I was hoping for.
The gun fired several darts and then the feeding mechanism for the belt failed.
Jess G. Norris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

202 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Tailswish on August 10, 2008
The Nerf Vulcan, the latest release in Nerf's "N-Strike" line of toys, is a fully automatic belt-fed Nerf gun. It retails for $40.00 and don't let anyone tell you differently. It requires six D-cell batteries to run the gun on full-auto, but single-fire mode requires no batteries.

When firing, the Vulcan is no louder than an electric shaver, and probably quieter than many of those. On fresh batteries, it does fire ~2-3 darts per second, taking around 8 seconds to empty an entire 25-round belt of darts.

Its ranges vary pretty wildly, but 20-30 feet is about average. If you've used the Nerf Maverick, its ranges are comparable to the Vulcan's. These ranges make the Vulcan well-suited to indoor fun, but rather ineffective outdoors when targets tend to be further away.

I find the gun bulky and unwieldy, and I'm speaking as a 5' 9" adult. For children, (ages 6 and up according to the box) they will have to rely on the handy detachable, folding tripod to use the Vulcan effectively. Running around with the gun is very difficult, made more so by the detachable ammunition box's tendency to fall off when jostled.

The valuepack edition of the Vulcan (identifiable by the green stripe on the right end of the box) includes an extra ammunition belt, 25 extra darts to fill the belt with, and a shoulder strap in addition to the Vulcan and its normal accessories. The valuepack is the same price as the regular Vulcan, so buying anything but the valuepack is silly. The shoulder strap is a good quality item, and widely adjustable to fit any person.

A word on the tripod: It's quite stiff, necessarily so because of the Vulcan's weight. When you move it by hand, it sounds as if you're breaking it; this isn't the case, relax.
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62 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Caleb S. Roe on December 16, 2010
As one who has never owned a battery operated Nerf gun before, I have to say that this particular one is pretty amazing! I was a little worried, when I read all of the negative reviews, so I ran it through some rigorous testing to make sure that I didn't get a dud, so I wouldn't be out of commission on Christmas day. Everything seems to work great, but I would probably not recommend this for younger players, as it is heavy, and pretty intricate. The chain can be tricky. If you don't load it right, or completely reset the firing mechanism before reloading, the first dart wont fire correctly, and it will jam up the works.

So to sum it up: If your an adult player like myself (parents would never buy us Nerf growing up, so I'm making up for it now), this gun is great. Well worth the current price point, as most places have it on sale for the holidays. Extra ammo and belts are cheap right now as well.

My girlfriend just bought the stampede. I am anxious to see how the size up to one another : )

Hope my review helps!
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46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Evelyn Shimko on December 12, 2010
I bought this in the store for my son while it was on sale for just under 30, He adores it. It fires rapidly, and he is in love with the size and how easy and fast it shoots. very easy to reload. I was so impressed with this over some of the other nerf blasters I am getting one for myself while the price is low so we can both play and have the same blaster. It will be great outside when you add the nerf vest to carry the "ammo". Highly recommend this Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Blaster - Yellowitem.
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179 of 221 people found the following review helpful By Christopher S. Smith on December 1, 2008
I purchased this for my sons birthday. He is the youngest of 4 boys and they all like to play nerf dart wars. We were hoping that the machine gun would be a lot of fun, and he was hoping for 'flare and more of a fighting chance'. The gun worked fabulously for the first afternoon and evening. If I completed the review within the first 24 hours it would have been five stars. All of the boys loved it. Early the second day the gearing mechanism started failing to advance the belt and load the next "round". In addition, I noticed the cylinder that releases the compressed air and provides the energy to launch the nerf bullet was jammed and didn't return to recessed position. The cylinder must recess to allow advancing of ammo belt. I suspect it was the jamming of the compression chamber cylinder that caused belt advancement gear failure. I tried disassembling the gun to examine what was causing the jam. I learned there was no disassembling and the only choice was to completely break several plastic welds to learn what caused the issue.

Summary, a great gun for about 500 shots after that the manufacturing materials and quality of assembly failed at it is now in the dumpster for recycling.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Rod-ham on December 28, 2010
I was a little scared to order this thing at first, because there were some pretty nasty reviews out there. I got it, and it turned out to be the best Nerf blaster owned or held by me.
Here are a couple of things about the price. This here is sold for $25, which is awesomely low price for--compared to ToysRUs, anyway. But, the next item on the product search list is the exact same Vulcan with the exact same contents, but boom, the price rocketed up by $20! .Pretty much some "thoughtful idiot" pasted in a different picture and added "yellow" to the end of the title.
So, it came in the mail and I unpacked it. It was bigger than I thought it would be. So I put the thing together, and found out that there were only 24 darts. THat shocked me, but luckily, there was an extra Whistler dart lying under my bed. Well, I don't think thats going to be your case, but I would personally reccomend to buy at least one 16 dart refill pack with it--bullets get lost easily and I lost one on the second day having a NeD batteriesrf gun fight with my brothers.
Otherwise, it stayed together really good. Some people dislike that it needs 6 D batteries. If you were planning to buy this gun for $40+, you would save enough money by buying this item here to buy yourself a good supply of them. Like some people said in their reviews, it is not true that batteries run out after the first 5 minutes. Those D's are durable. Just remember to turn that power off.
Actually, the gun itself is very durable too. My little sister flipped it off of a 1.5 yard table onto laminate, and it didn't get a scratch. It isn't loud at all. In battle, it is extremely superior to other Nerf guns.
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