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    Nerf Deploy review

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    Post  articwolf101 Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:58 am

    The Nerf Deploy

    Intro:
    A gun that can transform from a Flashight mode to Blaster mode. WoW THAT's Amazing (kinda) , it has a red flashlight. with it being able to collapse it's stock and ha
    I recommend this as a indoor blaster or a night blaster, but it can be used well outdoors. i got this for $40 dollars which is a bit pricy, better to just get a Alpha trooper and attach a Recon red light.

    I'm going to break my review into different parts.

    Weight, Size and length:
    In flashlight mode it's a total of 43 cm and in blaster mode is 53cm. This is good as it's easy to store and tight and compact when you hold it. It's very light and easy to run with. You can fit this blaster in your bag and have it ready to fire in a second (no need to attach everything like the recon).

    Appearance:
    This gun is the Bomb it totally looks awesome, kinda looking like the Famas but without internals at the back. when you add a (another) scope to the top it's flooks freaken awesome.

    Power and range:
    The Deploy is a revesre plunger like most nerf blasters, however unlike other revesre plungers that have a long barrel, the deploy dosen't giving the darts some extra power, speed and distance, but decreasing accuracy. It gets about 20f before it drops and gets a maximum range of 35ft if angled.

    Fire Rate:
    The deploys gives a good fire rate due to it being a pump action, no slam fire but thats ok. The Priming can be trippy sometimes if you do it too fast or to weak.

    Clip/ clip intake
    it's a commun quick reload clip that holds six darts, can hold the new 18 extended clips and drum mag and the 35 drum mag (but not recommened unless you have to).

    Ergonomics:
    Stock- nice and comfortable
    Check rest- good but simple.
    trigger grip- very uncofortable at first and flimsy, but you get used to it.
    pump- quite comfortable
    clip release- weird because it's at the bottom, can't get fast reloads
    scope - it's very small, but you should have two eyes open when using it.
    overall- as i said before, it's very tight and compact, good for room clearing rooms in the dark.

    Extra's and Attactmentability:
    This baby has a red flashlight which is ok in the dark, it needs 3 AAA batteries.
    It comes with a Strap in the box which can be attached to only on spot, which is at the back of the blaster. The nerf Delpoy Takes all Barrel extensions and it has one tactical rail on top of the handle which takes all scopes, sites, and light's. However some attachments cover the deploying button.

    Scoring

    Pwr: 7/10
    Rng: 7/10
    Acc: 6/10
    Cst: 5/10
    Cap: 4/10

    Total: 6/10
    Combat effective : 75% (of situations)
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    Post  LostBoy Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:43 am

    If it ever comes out in Australia, ill be buying it.
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    Post  youngin' Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:46 am

    I think my friend found one somewhere but I don't know where.
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    Post  thestick Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:58 am

    I saw them in TRU Frankston today.
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    Post  neumein Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:06 am

    They've been popping up at Toyworld. $40.
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    Post  Acerised Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:08 am

    Toys R Us are selling them for $39 this wednesday.
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    Post  littlebro05 Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:18 am

    The deploy is a good secondary weapon in my opinion.
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    Post  Akimbo Assassin Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:31 am

    littlebro05 wrote:The deploy is a good secondary weapon in my opinion.

    I don't fancy the Deploy, but I am wondering what you mean by it being a good secondary weapon? What about as a primary weapon?
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    Post  littlebro05 Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:55 am

    It would be a good indoor primary, but a better option as an outdoor primary since you won't get much ranges out of it but you can leave it 'undeployed' and whip it out and feel cool and shoot it. Just due the fact it's compact. My two cents though.
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    Post  Akimbo Assassin Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:58 am

    OK, cheers for your input.
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    Post  dandaldaks Mon Dec 06, 2010 4:50 am

    I saw it a Toys r Us a week ago.

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