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    Blaster Patents


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    Blaster Patents

    Post  Jeo on Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:01 am

    Stumbled across an interesting Hasbro patent and then went searching for more. Many appeared...

    I'll pick out the ones I found the most interesting first but there are a bunch below.

    A direct plunger style single shot blaster with see-through plunger
    Nerf Raider Drum (interestingly shown in a Vulcan)
    Nerf reverse plunger mechanism
    Nerf Stampede, complete with 50 round drum
    Turret rotating mechanism - ala Dart Tag blaster

    Nerf Jolt
    Nerf Big Bad Bow
    Nerf Scout
    Nerf Proton
    Nerf Vortex Disc
    Nerf Barrel Break
    Nerf Switch Shot
    Max Force blaster?
    Nerf N-Force Shield
    Nerf N-Force Axe
    Nerf Firevision goggles?
    SuperSoaker of some description
    Different SuperSoaker
    Nerf Speedload Six
    Nerf Stampede Shield
    Nerf Alpha Trooper
    Nerf Spectre
    Another SuperSoaker
    Nerf Praxis

    Edited to add more.

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    Re: Blaster Patents

    Post  Acerised on Thu Jan 03, 2013 1:53 am

    Nice, good finds!

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    Re: Blaster Patents

    Post  Joey on Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:34 am

    Nice! You can see that they did have the scrotum drum ready to go.

    Man I would hate to be a toy manufacturer, because of this it would cost stupid amounts of money (and time) just to get a new product on the shelves.

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    Re: Blaster Patents

    Post  cfb_rolley on Sun Jan 06, 2013 3:55 am

    Oh mannn, a drum fed vulcan would've been really cool.

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    Re: Blaster Patents

    Post  Eclipse on Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:59 am

    That 'see through' blaster got me. It's really odd. The thing is, the plunger tube is offset from the barrel, as denoted in the internal shots. So basically the air was flowing around a corner to get out. That's horribly inefficient for a blaster of that size and is more than likely why it was scrapped. But it would have been very cool to see how it all works in person. Oh well

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    Re: Blaster Patents

    Post  Jeo on Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:49 am

    So apparently it was made in 98 and called the Mono Blast.

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