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Nerf Vortex Vigilon Blaster

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  • 5-disc blaster features built-in, rapid-reload disc clip so you can stay in the action and on the path to victory
  • Drop-down clip snaps open for reload and holds up to 5 discs
  • As with all Vortex blasters, features XLR long-range disc technology to launch discs an ultra long distance
  • Vigilon blaster comes with 5 discs and instructions
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Product Description

Product Description

Having enough ammo on hand can mean the difference between winning and losing when it comes to Nerf blaster missions. The Vortex Vigilon disc blaster holds up to 5 long-range discs, and its built-in clip drops down at the touch of a button. Simply release the clip, reload your discs and reengage the clip for minimum rearming time and maximum blasting action! Offering long-range, high-powered disc-blasting technology, Nerf Vortex blasters hurl ultra-distance discs for the ultimate battle experience!

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If you want the firepower to see you through even the toughest, longest-running battles, the NERF VORTEX VIGILON is the blaster you'll want by your side. Having enough ammo on hand can mean the difference between winning and losing when it comes to NERF blaster missions. The NERF VORTEX VIGILON blaster holds up to five long-range discs, and its built-in clip drops down at the touch of a button so you won't have to take a break from the action to reload. This blaster comes with five discs and instructions.

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VIGILON
Includes:

Blaster and five discs

Age Recommendations:

8 years and older

Caution:

Do not aim darts/discs at eyes
or face.

NERF VORTEX VIGILON Product Shot
The internal magazine drops down for rapid disc reloads during battle.
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NERF VORTEX VIGILON Packaging Shot
Each of the five included discs features extra long range technology so you can blast a path to victory. View larger.
Long-Range, Blasting for Heavy-Duty Battles

Stay in the thick of things and blast your way to victory with the NERF VORTEX VIGILON blaster. This blaster won't let you down when the action gets intense. Offering long-range, high-powered disc-blasting technology, the VORTEX VIGILON blaster hurls ultra-distance discs for the ultimate battle experience. Aim for faraway targets on the move and keep the action going strong.

Fast Reloading for Maximum Blasting

With the VORTEX VIGILON blaster reloading is quick. Simply release the clip, reload your discs, and re-engage the clip for minimum re-arming time and maximum blasting.

Safety Reminders

To keep the fun going, remember to never aim for face or eyes. To avoid injury, only use the discs designed for this product. Never modify the discs or blaster.

What's in the Box

NERF VORTEX VIGILON blaster, five discs, and instructions.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.3 x 14 x 9.1 inches
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B004SKQNDQ
Item model number 32215
Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #28,724 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#934 in Toys & Games > Dressing Up & Costumes > Pretend Play
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4.4 out of 5 stars 121 customer reviews

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My son LOVES Nerf! He has most Nerf weapons known to child! Here is a video review that he did on the Vortex series. He goes over the differences between each weapon in the series.

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Am I the only one who noticed the similarity with Duke Nukem's golden gun?

I bought this blaster early, managed to find it at a target, and have been running and gunning with it for 6 days pretty much strait as of this writing (9/13/11). I love how nerf keeps improving their Maverick equivalents, first with the slam fire Speed Load Six, and now this little sniping disc launcher of doom. The night my friends and I found these at target, we bought them out on blasters and magazines, and then proceeded to have a massive, parking lot spanning, nerf war. Then two days later, we participated in a huge Capture the Flag Nerf game. From this I've noticed somethings:

The Vigilon is slow, at least compared to the Speed Load Six. It fires slightly slower than a maverick, because the slide has a special spring in it that double cocks the blaster, so that a pull back cocks the hammer, and the spring pulling forward loads a disk and seals the magazine to prevent jams. This means, you will not be able to keep up with someone with a raider or an Alpha Trooper, they will always fire faster.

The Vigilon shoots obscenely far. Those fancy fast shooters won't even be able to get close to you if you get used to how the discs in this gun fly. They moved a bit faster than darts, but they travel MILES FARTHER. (yes hyperbole, but still they get easily twice the range on the furthest darts. every time.) Because of this, you can easily become a sniper with a pistol. This is probably the closest nerf blaster you'll find to be analagous to the Halo CE pistol. Fear it.

It holds SIX (yes six 6) rounds, not five, because it can chamber one and still load the magazine.
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Just got this blaster, the latest in my ever-growing collection of Nerf blasters, and while I do like it, there are several cons.

But first, the positives. It's a solid blaster, and I love the design. It has a very durable feel to it, not that I plan on pistol-whipping anybody with the Vigilon. The clip release is quick, and the disc eject switch for jammed discs is a good feature. The discs do travel a bit farther than the darts, maybe an average of five feet farther. It also has the tactical rail for attachments, and unlike in some N-Strike blasters, the rail is not located in an awkward place. It's right over the barrel, so it won't interfere with the slide-loader. There's a slight improvement on accuracy, in that the discs don't fly as wildly as Nerf darts will in a pitched battle. Also, they still don't hurt if they hit you, a plus for little Nerf warriors. The discs are more solid than darts, so they won't get destroyed as easily (a major plus considering the cost; see cons).

Now to the negatives. The discs fly farther, true, but they seem slower. If you're firing from a great distance, your target, if he can see it coming, can easily dodge the disc. But when you hit your target, the disc may ricochet in a more random direction than a dart, and farther too. I wouldn't recommend this for office Nerf wars, since the discs are more easily lost in the nooks and crannies of the cluttered cubicles. A major negative point, considering these cost a lot more on Amazon. Looked at the refill price, and it's almost the same as a blaster (the refill costs more than the Proton!). What's up with that? And they do cost more than darts, so losing them is a big blow. Not sure how to rectify this, except maybe making the discs much brighter, so they stick out.
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This was the first thing my 3 year old son ever bought with his allowance. I was skeptical at first, but it was he saved his money to get it, so we let it happen.

We play 2 games- both made possible by the accuracy and suprising durability of this toy.

1) Swat team: Set up action figures - shoot only the bad guys from across the room.

2) Hunting: take turns being hunter and game. Run around the house like a madman trying to avoid being shot. No shooting in the face (although it happens sometime at a distance).

Since both my son and I like to play these games, it has improved our relationship - we have something fun to do together sometimes. It has also helped him explore, push, and eventually accept, boundaries. No playing rough when one party does not want to play. No shooting his 2 year old brother. My kid NEEDS to play rough and physically, and this toy provides an excellent outlet.

Really, this toy has been nothing but good for us.
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Between my kids and I, we have all of the vortex blasters. I have been a fan of nerf guns since I was little, and am impressed with this new line. They are durable, shoot far, and accurately. The disk does have a bit of 'zing' to it; you will feel it if it hits you, especially at close range, but this is the trade-off for longer range. They also ricochet, off of almost everything! The neat side to this, is that you can now try to bounce shots off walls, etc. The downside, is that the little discs end up in the darndest places... It will occasionally jam (i'm still not sure how) but easily clears with the disc eject slide. This is my kids' favourite out of the vortex line.
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