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    Review: Nerf Hyperfire

    Moonsword
    Moonsword


    Posts : 61
    Join date : 2010-06-07
    Age : 35
    Location : Katherine, NT

    Review: Nerf Hyperfire Empty Review: Nerf Hyperfire

    Post  Moonsword Fri Jun 25, 2010 5:13 pm

    Hi all,

    Today I am just doing a quick review of the Nerf Hyperfire, also commonly known as the Dart Tag Blaster.

    Now, this Blaster is a front loading, revolving, ten shot blaster which has a slightly smaller direct plunger system that the Nitefinder has and is currently available as part of a dart tag pack, or in a single pack, the single pack Hyperfires are bright green in colour and come with ten orange tagger darts and a pair of vision glasses.

    The Hyperfire I got had a small problem when I got it, the catch spring hadn't been installed properly, that was a simple fix, once that was fixed, I gave it a test fire, easily reaching ranges of around 30 feet, the odd dart getting a little further, the blaster feels quite solid and the revolving barrels are quite reliable, not jamming once while having a 100 darts fired through it.

    This blaster can also be easily upgraded, my only concern is the plunger rod, which is bent at the back to reach the priming handle, I think that if a to powerful spring is used in this blaster that it will break the plunger rod, that is the only concern withh this blaster, otherwise, it is an excellent blaster and I would recommend it to everyone.
    bulletproofvest
    bulletproofvest


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    Review: Nerf Hyperfire Empty Re: Review: Nerf Hyperfire

    Post  bulletproofvest Fri Jun 25, 2010 5:52 pm

    I have one of these, they are good. I was rubbish at modding when I first started so of course I didn't look up how to mod and it broke so I took the spring out and put it in my Maverick. The Maverick is a lot better now.

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