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Mega Dart

Nerf® Switch Shots Ultra

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Weapon Summary


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Switch Shots Ultra







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Switch Shots

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Weapon Stats

Ammo Type(s):

4 Mega Darts; Water (Untested in review)

Max. Distance:

46 feet

Optimum Pumps:


Rate of Fire:

1 shot per 1.90 seconds


1' 1.25" X 10.50" X 5" ; 14 oz.
Accuracy (Average Percentage After Multiple Trials)
  Target Size:
Distance From Target: 1 X 2 ' 2 X 4 '
10 ft 100% 100%
15 ft 100% 100%
20 ft 100% 100%
25 ft 95% 100%
Total Accuracy: 99% 100%
Weapon Review:
Proving that bigger tends to be better, the Nerf® Switch Shots Ultra improves upon its smaller brother, the Nerf Switch Shots Super.  The Ultra, while not shooting quite as far as the Super, can shoot two darts in a row without re-pumping (much like an oversized version of the Nerf SplitFire) and is much more accurate.

The launcher's front yellow barrel flips to the side so that the user can switch between shooting darts and water.  The blaster holds enough air so that one can fire a blast of water before firing the darts.

Unfortunately, the pumping handle of the Ultra is located under the blasters normal handle (where the blaster is held.)  This makes pumping seem very awkward.

Of course, as the Switch Shots Ultra contains the water tank technology of Super Soakers, the launcher suffers from the same "Super Soaker Scum" problem of the drenchers: if you don't leave the air tank unscrewed while storing this blaster, leftover water can corrode the insides of the launcher.

Overall, a powerful and unique blaster.  If you like the idea behind the Switch Shot line of blasters, this is the one launcher to definitely get.

-Andy Grau

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