CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire
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- The rotating barrel lets you deliver rapid blasting action and the removable stock lets you take your blasting action on the go.
- 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!
- Electronic blaster lets you dominate the game with a full-auto 20-dart attack! Blaster features a rotating barrel for rapid blasting and a removable stock for high-mobility attacks!
- Blaster comes with 20 DART TAG darts. Requires 6 "C" batteries (not included).
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Gear up for team play with the Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire. Using a battery-powered rotating barrel and holding up to 20 Dart Tag darts at a time, this efficient blaster is designed to accommodate the high intensity, high speeds, and quick reflexes necessary for your team to achieve victory every time.
Lead Your Team to Victory
Dominate the opposition with the Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire, the ultimate blaster for Nerf's newest action sport, Dart Tag. The Swarmfire blaster is designed for Dart Tag team play, so among other Dart Tag options, you can lead your team to victory. Command the playing field with an overwhelming, whistling dart swarm that will keep the competition running for cover.
High-Speed, High-Intensity Play
Battery power eliminates the traditional need to pump the blaster, allowing players to direct their attention toward game strategy. Hold down the trigger for motorized, full-auto blasting with a rotating barrel that holds up to 20 darts at a time. Single darts can be fired for a more calculated firing style. A stock allows the blaster to rest comfortably against players' shoulders and can be removed for high mobility attacks.
Our testers were happy to find that the battery power made firing easier and more efficient. The blaster was also easy to carry when moving around during team play. Our testers did find that, during entire rounds of continuous fire, the occasional dart dislodged from the barrel before it could be fired, but this was a rare exception.
What's in the Box
Blaster, 20 Dart Tag darts, Dart Tag rules, and assembly instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
Overall this is a great addition to a Nerf gun collection. My son has been having a great time with it since he received it as a gift.
My son and I have used the suction cup darts in this gun and had a really good time blasting the TV screen when people come on that we don't like. Hows that for a critic?
The only thing I would warn parents about is the darts themselves, the Velcro tips are abrasive, a little hard and can scratch bare skin pretty good. The neighbor kid stopped by, didn't realize it was a battery powered gun, and before he even knew it, he had shot 5 darts and one of them grazed my son's eye area and scratched him up for a few days. This is going to be true for any of the guns that shoot tag darts and eye protection is a definite must along with the receiver vests.
We're off to the store to purchase 2 more of these Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire guns so all three of the kids can battle it up!
My family owns several Nerf Dart products. The kids love having an all out Nerf war, be it in the house or outside. Until now, all we ever used were pump style Nerf guns, so the Swarmfire is a departure from that, as it is powered by batteries and has greater dart capacity. We've also used, but do not own, another higher capacity Nerf gun, the Rapid Fire.
So what's in the box? The Swarmfire gun, 20 Nerf darts, and the snap-on "gunstock" which you can use or leave off as you choose. Batteries are not included, so you need to provide 6 C cells to use this toy.
The Swarmfire sells for about double your "pistol" type Nerf products, and a little more than the similarly sized Rapid Fire.
So why buy the Swarmfire? The range is about the same as other Nerf guns, however you get more dart capacity. The Swarmfire holds 20 darts as opposed to the usual 6. The Rapid Fire has the same 20 dart capacity as the Swarmfire, but is pump operated. Interestingly, the Swarmfire, emptying its chambers of all 20 darts in about 5 seconds, is slower than the Rapid Fire by a couple of seconds. For a Nerf battle, either should be more than sufficient. Both also operate as a "machine gun" so you depress the trigger once for continuous shooting.
The Swarm Fire is as accurate as any other Nerf gun; range is decent a 20-25 feet or so.
A teen or adult will have no problem holding and aiming the Swarmfire.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son and husband turn off all the lights and and nerf each others. Hours of fun for them not so much for me I find the bullets everywhere.Published 5 months ago by Alesia
I like it in science fiction and the appearance of its hornet color, I use it to assaultPublished 14 months ago by Xufengli
Don't get this here; try EBay first. It can shoot any sized darts (like the blue or green or Rebelle darts) except the red Mega darts of course. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mark Masaki
The swarfire is an amazing blaster, the ergonomics and aesthetics of this future space-age blaster make it a unique piece that is a pleasure to use in Nerf battles.Published 20 months ago by Derrick Erickson
I bought this gun after returning the Rampage, which jammed and tore up darts. This gun is a bit heavy because of the batteries but totally worth it. (Written by M. Lee, age 8)Published on April 25, 2014 by Daniel S. L.
On its own merits the Swarmfire provides decent range, a relatively high rate of fully automatic fire, and offers quick reloading on the move. Read morePublished on February 2, 2014 by Scott Whitman