There have been
several Nerf blasters which I loved: first it was
the Nerf Lock n' Load, then the Nerf SplitFire,
and now, the Nerf Blast Fire. The Blast Fire
represents the latest and greatest in Nerf blaster
technology, with the ability to fire five
consecutive shots after one priming.
One might not realize how useful the ability to
fire consecutive shots really is. The
five darts give you a serious advantage over your
opponents, who often have to fumble around with
reloading after each shot. In addition, the
Blast Fire also has an alternate "Blast"
mode, in which the remaining darts in the blaster
are all fired at once. This allows you to quickly
respond to a surprise attack, or finish off your
Hasbro didn't skimp in this blaster's performance,
either. The Blast Fire has an above average
maximum distance for a semi-automatic blaster
(especially when compared to previous attempts
like the Nerf Mad Hornet), and shoots darts with a
rather high velocity. Although the Blast
Fire lacks a bit in accuracy, the ability to fire
the blaster very quickly allows you to make up for
Whether you're looking for a solid side arm, or
even a lightweight primary blaster, buy the Blast
Fire. You won't be disappointed.
Nerf Blast Fire is the greatest blaster to ever
to grace the hands of Nerfers. The Blast
Fire is a revolution in Nerf warfare. This
is the first good semi-automatic blaster.
The only blaster that came before it was the Mad
Hornet. However, the Mad Hornet was a piece
of hornet poop. This blaster has the range
to make it a serious threat in a Nerf war.
The Blast Fire can reach over fifty feet and
fire over thirty feet parallel to the ground.
These two statistics put the launcher in a very class of
elite Nerf blasters.
separates the Blast Fire from the rest is that it is a one handed semi-automatic
launcher. The problem with the Wildfire and
PowerClip is that they tend to drain ammo.
They both discharge all of their darts with one
pull of the trigger. Unless you have very
quick hand, it is impossible to fire more than
one or two quick bursts of ammo. With the
Blast Fire, the user can fire each shot
individually and conserve ammo. One might
become inclined to say that the blaster is too
weak because it cannot spit out ammo like the Wildfire
or PowerClip. However, Hasbro has come up
with a simple button to ameliorate the problem.
By pushing the "blast button" on the top of the
blaster, it discharges all the barrels at
once. This creates a burst of ammo
sustainable to the Wildfire or PowerClip.
outdone themselves with this blaster. They
managed to create a product with good
statistics. They found a balance between a
powerful blaster and on that conserves ammo.
Therefore, I believe that this could be the best
Nerf blaster created. It is an essential
part of any nerfer's arsenal and a good value at