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Mega Dart

Nerf® SplitFire

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Weapon Summary


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Avg. Price:



Airjet Power Plus™

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Weapon Stats

Ammo Type(s):

3 Screamin' Mega Darts

Max. Distance:

67 feet

Optimum Pumps:

6 pumps

Rate of Fire:

1 shot per 1.84 seconds


1' 0.5" X 7.25" X 2.25" ; 9 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 95% 100%
25 ft 90% 100%
Total Accuracy: 96% 100%
Weapon Review:
The Nerf® SplitFire is a very cool blaster.  It adds on to the strengths of the the Nerf Lock 'n Load in that the SplitFire can fire two consecutive shots.  Once the launcher is pumped three times, the user can either pull the trigger back half-way to fire one dart (release, and then pull back all the way to fire the second), or pull the trigger back all the way to fire both darts.  Pretty nifty, eh?

Although some may complain about the pumping-time factor, I found this blaster is a very quick sidearm to use.  Compared to the Lock 'n Load, for example, the SplitFire has an almost equal firing rate.  While the Lock n' Load does not need to be pumped, you must load each dart separately.  The SplitFire, on the other hand, does need to be pumped (three short pumps should do it), but can hold two ready-to-fire darts.  It all works out in the end.

It should be noted, though: there is one problem with this launcher; the ammo holders don't work!  Your darts will probably fall out of the side holders while you or moving, so it's better to just stick some extra ammo in your pockets.

Although I would recommend that everyone take a look at this blaster, if you are looking for a good sidearm, this blaster is a must-buy.

-Andy Grau

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