Nerf N-Strike HyperFire is a part of Elite line of blasters that focus on distance, performance, accuracy and speed. This year Nerf has focused on capacity. If you really want to jump in and unload unlimited number of darts, then Nerf N-Strike Hyper Fire needs to be in your arsenal.
The Nerf N-Strike HyperFire Blaster is oddly designed gun that has many sharp angles and edges resembling elite styling, yet has a completely superfluous and large front end. While most Elite blasters available these days possess modern style, the Hyperfire has a more futuristic, sci-fi look. The front end suggests its’ trying to be bulky and big, yet the stock is not particularly long or big.
The blaster has a very futuristic design with a cool tiger strap pattern on its body. The profiling around the hand guard has the rev trigger and a special mag release button. It’s got a hand hole, a thumbhole, and trigger well.
The blaster is surprisingly large to fit in your hands and feel ergonomic. Its rev switch offers a good response when pressed. The cheek rest on the top of this gun has a nice touch. There’s a tactical rail on the top. The jam door on the top of this gun has a lock door switch.
The Nerf N-Strike HyperFire Blaster is powered by 4 D batteries, and its weight is distributed at the back of the gun. The foregrip on the front makes it perfect for shouldering its weight. A closer look at Blaster’s gigantic front end-It looks excessively large-and appears completely unnecessary.
For some, it may add unnecessary bulk while handling. While this round part does provide a decent grip, it feels too low for me to be really comfortable. The entire orange section right below the muzzle is completely hollow. The handle is fairly well-designed, and nicely curved and decently roomy.
The handguard is a relatively uncommon feature that you would like. It can become little squishy if your fingers are large. The Nerf N-Strike HyperFire Blaster thumbhole is quite close to battery tray and so the inner side of your hand in pressed against the edge of the battery tray. This can be particularly annoying and little uncomfortable, which is quite a shame because the thumbhole handle and stock look really cool.
Hyperfire’s jam door is locked in place by a orange piece on top. If the jam door is unlocked, the switch prevents it from operating. Here HyperFire uses a conveyer belt (housed in its jam door), hence strange door design. The Hyperfire blaster has all other safeties and locks you’d expect to see in a flywheeler.
But how does Nerf N-Strike HyperFire Blaster shoot? With its special flywheel motor, it has rapid fire action. It can easily shoot hose of darts at all unsuspecting targets. It’s actually lot quieter than you’d have expected and its performance can quickly destroy the Hail Fire. You have to be very careful on trigger or else you might churn through 20-25 dart drum magazine in the blink of an eye, leaving you a really wide open target.
Accuracy of Blaster is perhaps a little better than average. Most of the darts go through the doorway at around 8m range, but beyond that they can spread out a far bit. It can fire up to 90 feet and includes 25-darts, 25-darts drum, and instructions.
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