Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster Features

The Hyperfire is one of the most impressive 2016 releases that has presented itself as a perfect replacement for now hard-to-find Rapidstrike. One of the unique Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster Features is that it uses conveyer belt feeding mechanism instead of traditional pusher. 

There are no paper ties in the Hyperfire box as everything is kept in place using folded cardboard. The included 25 drum differs from older 25 drums simply in dart pusher color and front plate. 

Actually, hyperfire is an oddly designed blaster with lot of sharp edges and angles of Elite styling, yet has completely superfluous and large front end. While most elite blasters come with modern style, the Hyperfire has a more sci-fi and futuristic look. Its front end is particularly bulky and big, yet the stock is not particularly long or big. 

It has just one tactical rail on its front, and it does not accept barrel extensions. However, there is sufficient space for more tactical rails and a barrel accepting muzzle. There are 4 sling points, two at the back of the stock and two up front.  

Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire BlasterFeatures a Hyperfire battery tray. It takes in four D batteries and they add considerable weight to the stock, though they help balance out the blaster. 

The stock has nice thumbhole design, with a neat cheek rest piece. You might find this stock a little too short to be particularly comfortable, but its surely usable. 

The handle is nicely designed and well-curved and roomy. The Hyperfire’s thumbhole is quite close to battery tray, so inside of your hand will be pressed against the battery tray edge. This can be bit annoying and uncomofortable. 

Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire BlasterFeatures magazine release button on the inner side of the handguard, however, you won’t be able to actuate it with your hands. Hyperfire’s jam door is locked in place with a piece on top. This placement prevents HyperFire Blaster from operating. It uses a conveyer belt houses in the jam door for operation, hence the strange door design.  

The Hyperfire comes with all other safeties and locks you’d expect to see in a flywheeler. Being a mag (clip) system blaster, the Hyperfire works with all kinds of drums and mags. Its compatible with just few drums and mags. Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster operates in the same way as any other flywheeler. Just press the rev trigger to spin up its flywheels and then pull trigger to fire. Due to the lack of cycle control on conveyer belt, you’re not sure how long it will take to trigger the first dart to actually fire.  

The range of Hyperfire grey trigger model is typically 10-11 m true flat with high quality new batteries. This range decreases in rapid fire, down to around 4-7m at a minimum. Hyperfire boasts of good accuracy. Its rate of fire is its main selling point. The box claims ROF of five darts per second and with nice batteries, it can reach, and even exceed that. Depending upon the batteries, the ROF of 5-6dps is possible. 

There is really a great potential in Hyperfire to be a good blaster, and it boast of rapid firepower and accuracy. You can buy Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster from Amazon at exciting rates. You get free two day Shipping with Amazon prime.

Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Blaster
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