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    Ballistic reviews: Nerf Reactor

    Moonsword
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    Post  Moonsword Sat Aug 21, 2010 7:16 am

    Thats right, this is a review on a ball blaster.

    The Nerf Reactor is a ball blaster that shoots the Nerf ballistic balls, out of the box there is no assembly that is required, just cut the zip ties and get the balls out of their little plastic shell and you are ready to go, the Reactor comes with 4 balls and you can buy packs of 5 from most stores that stock a decent range of Nerf products.

    Overall performance of the Reactor is quite good, it can be loaded with up to 6 balls and it is pump action firing, the ranges on the Reactor is roughly 5 meters/15 feet with the last ball getting a bit less than that.

    The pump action firing is quite good, but with all the balls being held within the plunger tube there is a lot of dead space that gets quickly built up as you fire, resulting in slightly reduced ranges in each shot, I would recommend keeping it as loaded as possible.

    Due to the fact that it is a manual pump air blaster there are practically no mods that you can do to the Reactor, the only spring in it is used to push the balls forward in the plunger tube to make them ready for firing and it is the air pressure within the tube that pushes the balls past the large seal at the front of the blaster.

    Overall, this is a good stand off ball blaster and makes for a good, rapid fire last resort.

    Pros: it can hold 6 balls and can be fired quite quickly, it can easily be carried around in a pocket or holster.

    Cons: it uses balls, so you will have to collect your ammo or bring lots of balls, there is nothing you can do to mod it, each shot gets reduced range.
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    Post  Darth Lai Sat Aug 21, 2010 3:04 pm

    Good review.

    Nerf doesn't sell this product anymore, right?
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    Post  Moonsword Sat Aug 21, 2010 3:37 pm

    I got 2 from my local toyworld 2 days ago
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    Post  Darth Lai Sat Aug 21, 2010 3:54 pm

    Oh cool. I might look around.
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    Post  bulletproofvest Sat Nov 06, 2010 2:49 am

    Believe it or not i took the AR's out of mine, and am hoping to single it.
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    Post  Moonsword Sat Nov 06, 2010 7:16 pm

    I hate to burst your little bubble, but there are no air restricters in a Reactor, it has a little push plate with lots of holes in it, but that is not a restricter, it is quite literally there to push the next ball up
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    Post  Guest Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:35 pm

    bulletproofvest wrote:Believe it or not i took the AR's out of mine, and am hoping to single it.

    what does to "single" it mean. Does it have something to do with alowing the gun to shoot darts?
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    Post  littlebro05 Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:41 pm

    -Scream- wrote:
    bulletproofvest wrote:Believe it or not i took the AR's out of mine, and am hoping to single it.

    what does to "single" it mean. Does it have something to do with alowing the gun to shoot darts?

    Do your research next time. I will tell you what it means...

    Basically to single a Nerf gun, you basically take any nerf gun and put one barrel. Therefore, each time you shoot it, you must reload. However it also means that you're converting it into something else...

    Titan Singled = changing it from shooting rockets to normal darts
    Singled Longshot = Changing a clip system gun to shoot one dart at a time (assuming your boltsled broke)

    Those are a few examples.
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    Post  Guest Sat Nov 06, 2010 10:00 pm

    thanks again

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