Nerf Rapid Fire 20
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- With an awesome 20-dart capacity, this fierce blaster lets you control the speed and delivery of your darts
- Get pumped for incredible fast firing action
- Load the soft foam darts into the rotating barrel, power up by pumping the handle to fill the air chamber, then mark your target and pull the trigger
- Awesome air-jet power launches the darts wherever you aim
- Set the speed control dial to rapid-fire mode and shower your target with a fast-release onslaught of foam darts
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The gun is fairly good sized, and smaller children (three to four years old) might find it a little unwieldy to pump and tote around, although weight isn't too prohibitive even for that age group. It takes 23 pumps to fully pump the gun up. There must be a release valve somewhere because you can hear it let the extra air out if you continue pumping after it's fully pumped up. This is probably a built-in safety device to keep dart velocity at a safe level.
There is a selector switch on the side that allows you to switch between fully automatic and semi-automatic. Actually, the semi-auto setting is sort of a slow automatic as, if you keep the trigger pulled, the gun will continue firing at a rate of about two shots per second. On the full-auto setting, the rate of fire is surprisingly fast for a toy--about seven or eight rounds per second. That means you can empty the gun of all 20 "micro darts" in about three seconds. It was enough to put a smile on this big kid's face. I quickly began scouting my house for targets and found a large-screen TV makes a great one as the darts have suction cups on the end and will stick to a smooth, flat surface such as a screen.
Darts are loaded one at a time into their individual launch tubes on the end. When firing, the end rotates in a circle the way a Gatling gun does. The gun produces a very audible noise each time it fires and releases pumped up air. It isn't excessively loud, though, and I actually found it a welcome sound effect that added to the fun of shooting.Read more ›
Heres some tips for making the gun last longer.
1. never keep it loaded when not using! this streches out the bullets and lets pressure escape causing less range.
2. never over pump the gun or keep it pumped up for long periods of time. this could cause leaks in the air tank.
3. dont crush-bend the bullets. they will get worn out
4. store without weight on the gun to stop it from bieng crushed.
The gun holds 20 darts and has the choice of either firing them all off in one quick burst or with one-at-a-time automatic fire. The sheer shock and awe of the full burst was enough to make my friends instantly want a chance to try it and give me a strong urge to watch Rambo movies. The single-shot automatic mode is far more useful allowing you to actually aim, track your shots, and yes, even fire off only a single dart or two.
Now to the downsides. For one the darts have an unpleasant tendency to lose their suction cup. With the Nerf mini darts this makes them totally useless as there is not a firm layer of glue, but rather a small rod and a bit of glue holding the two parts together. Without the suction cup you simply have a tube that won't fire. This is not specific to this model though, all Nerf mini darts have this problem and pretty much always have. Replacements are cheap, but expect to lose at least a few darts to this.
The other problem IS specific to this model. This is a pumpable, compressed-air gun. As such it is possible to over-pump it which will break the gun if you routinely do this. Also the long pump rod can be a bit fragile if you insist on pumping it very hard and fast. For (most) adults this isn't a problem. Just be careful, count out around 20 pumps (enough for the full magazine) and treat the pump gently. Unfortunately many children are not quite so careful. Personally I've been using it for about 8 months without a problem.Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
THE PUMP DID NOT WORK , WOULD NOT HOLD AIR SO THE DARTS WOULD NOT FIRE. HAD TO RETURN THIS PRODUCTPublished on June 12, 2013 by Trina R.
Can't speak to the value of the gift but the delivery was decent (albeit the USPS screwed up), it arrived before Christmas, and it brought a smile to the face of a 20-something... Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Claude Morgan
This item was definitely in a used condition. I have only used it a few times and I already feel like its falling apart and will break any day. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by NickO
I received my Nerf Rapid Fire a few days ago, and no matter how I pump it, the gun just won't fire? Very disappointed! The tank must have a leak.Published on August 6, 2011
I just got this Nerf blaster out of curiosity, and it's the first one I've gotten with an air reservoir. Read morePublished on April 14, 2011 by J. Tomas