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Nerf Vortex Revonix 360 Blaster

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4.2 out of 5 stars 102 customer reviews
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  • Revonix 360 blaster's Roto-Action revolving barrel holds up to 30 discs
  • Slam Fire handle lets you launch a constant stream of discs up to 65 feet
  • Farthest firing Vortex blaster
  • Includes 30 Xtra Long Range discs
  • Blaster comes with 30 XLR discs and instructions
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Nerf Vortex Revonix 360 Blaster

From the Manufacturer

Hit the battlefield with long-range firepower with the Revonix 360 blaster! This is the farthest firing Vortex blaster yet and it comes with a huge ammo store of 30 long-range XLR discs. Hold down the trigger to unleash a constant stream of discs at your target as fast as you can slide the Slam Fire handle! The Roto-Action barrel rotates as you fire! With a range of 65 feet, you'll dominate the battlefield with the Revonix 360 blaster! Nerf and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 20 x 11 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00EHOKB3Q
  • Item model number: A3699000
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,936 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
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I purchased this nerf gun because I really wanted to test out the new ammunition from Nerf. The new Nerf Vortex Revonix 360 Blaster is one of the newest offering from Nerf and utilizes the "mini-frisbee" ammunition. This disc "catches" the air for a straight, accurate extended ride outranging the N-strike Elite dart based blasters. Here's my breakdown:

Ergonomics
Its big. As an adult (and kid at heart), it feels rather beefy in my hands, in an a 8 year old's hands (minimum recommended age) this would positively gargantuan and would look like they're lugging a portable hand cannon. Although not overly heavy, its size makes it a little awkward to carry for extended periods of time. It absolutely requires two hands to operate at all times.

It does requires moderate effort to cock and so would not be suitable for the youngest of users due to this and the aforementioned size concern. However, it is manageable. There is no included stock which would have been a nice to have if you are trying to use this as a "rifle".

The magazine is a well thought out design, it resembles the cylinder of a revolver that rotates between 5 spring loaded chambers that each hold 6 discs for a total of 30 rounds. The beauty of this design is that you can reload any of the chambers on the go without having to remove the magazine. This, in my opinion, makes it more viable for extended conflicts over any of the other nerf disc based guns.

Range & Accuracy
The new mini disc is a solid performer on the Nerf battlefield (i.e. my house). Indoors it flies straight and true and comes very close to advertised range of the N-Strike Elite (75 feet).
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I got this gun for Christmas. This is by far the most consistent, accurate nerf gun I own!!! I literally have a business selling and modifying Nerf guns, so I know what I'm talking about, and I have quite the Nerf arsenal. The consistency is amazing! In a regular nerf gun, there is normally at least one "dud" shot per magazine, but with this gun, I've gone through many drums of disks without a "dud" yet!! Very reliable gun! Here's a breakdown.

Range: I was surprised at how good the range was! I was expecting the disks to veer off to the side, but they actually fly quite straight! I did a range test in a room that was 75 feet long and it easily hit wall to wall...So I'd say it could hit a good 100 feet! No too shabby for an unmodded gun! :)

Accuracy: If I could give it 6 stars, I would. I've never had a nerf gun with this great of accuracy. Surprisingly, the disks really don't curve or veer away that much! I have to actually try to curve the disks for them to curve. I consistently hit a dartboard sized target from 50 feet away. Enough said.

Reliability/Consistency: As said above, I've gone through many drums of disks and have not had a jam once.....Well....I had one, but that was my fault. I didn't pull the handle all the way back when slamfiring. But the gun itself has had no jams yet. It has only jammed by human error. It's a very reliable gun!

Rate of fire: It'll shoot as fast as you can pump! Just make sure to pull the handle back all the way. :)

Loudness: Yes.........It is loud....There is no stealth in loading this gun. haha

Coolness: This is a sweet gun.....I love the grenade launcher type design with the built in drum. Normally I repaint all of my nerf guns, but I think I'll leave this one it's original colors! The white with flames is growing on me.

I would absolutely recommend this gun. Very fun. Very consistent. Very reliable. A+++
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I got this for my 11 year old son but I played with it first and had a blast. Some times it sends out more than 1 disk but sometimes that can be pretty cool too. He loves it and it's fun to shoot it at the corners of the wall and watch it bank off and hit the adjoining wall and then come back at you. We have a target on the wall and it's reasonably accurate. He absolutely loves this nerf gun and so far has not broken anything in the house yet...It's a win-win.
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First, it does work -- you can up to 30 discs, reliably fire them, they travel straight out the barrel towards where you aim (unlike some of the other Vortex series blasters where the discs tend to skew off to one side or the other), and they travel a nice long distance. So, this does everything that anyone would basically want in a Nerf blaster.

Second, it feels solid -- no creaking sounds that suggest some part of it is about to fall off, and the materials chosen to build it are of good quality.

However, compared to other Nerf blasters (and those of their competitors), it's just not pleasant to use. The priming lever on the bottom doesn't really move in a way that feels good, and the act of priming it to fire the next shot makes an awful lot of noise.

It is also very heavy for what it does, which is shoot 30 pieces of soft foam/plastic ammo with non-semi-automatic action (i.e., needing to be manually primed for every shot). Nerf makes other blasters that could accomplish essentially the same thing, but are smaller, lighter and feel better to operate. For example, the Elite version of the Alpha Trooper combined with the 35-shot drum magazine (the Alpha Trooper has a priming mechanism that is very nice to operate).

The final nail in coffin (at least for me) is that there is no removable magazine. Yes, 30 shots is a lot, but I can't help but wonder if some flavor of 30-shot clip for Vortex discs (not the complicated magazine of the Pyragon -- I'm talking about a straightforward inline clip) wouldn't have been better (at least, it would have been lighter and replaceable with another clip to reload more quickly).

In short, it's well built, it has a very interesting design (from an engineering perspective), but I think Nerf has other more practical choices to perform essentially the same function.
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