Nerf Rival Khaos mxvi-4000 Blaster (rosso)
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- Experience intense head-to-head competition with the ultimate precision and power of Nerf Rival blasters! Choose a side and go into battle as the Red Team or the Blue Team (each colored blaster sold separately). Unleash rapid-fire blasting with this fully motorized Nerf Rival blaster that rapidly fires 40 high-impact rounds at a velocity of up to 100 fps (30 mps)! Includes blaster, 40-round magazine, 40 rounds, and instructions. Requires 6 D batteries (not included).
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esperienza intensa contro la concorrenza con la massima precisione e potenza del rivale khaos mxvi-4000 Blaster Nerf. Scegliere un colore Blaster e andare in battaglia come il team rosso o Blue Team. Scatena rapid-fire sabbiatura con questo completamente motorizzata Nerf Blaster rivali che spara 40 colpi di impatto ad una velocità fino a 100 fps (30 deputati). La khaos mxvi-4000 viene fornito con 40 colpi e ha un dispositivo di blocco, Tactical guide, ambidestro Magazine release, easy-load Magazine, e Flip-Up vista anteriore e posteriore. Vivi l' intensità di Nerf rivale con la khaos mxvi-4000 Blaster. Nerf e tutte le proprietà correlati sono marchi di Hasbro.
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The Khaos holds 40 rounds, so the magazine is BIG, as is the whole blaster. 40 rounds also takes a little practise to load, but the system works well. There are 4 10-round tubes with a lock-down spring and a flip top lid. Flip the top, lock down the springs, and you can drop rounds in quickly, as quick as reloading the 12 round magazine for the other blasters. It's easier to insert and drop the magazine than with the Zeus, more like a real magazine-fed rifle.
Once the magazine is in and you pull the power trigger (with your middle finger) the motor goes into action, and by pulling the main trigger (index finger) you can unleash a steady spray of balls until the magazine is empty - i.e. fully-automatic. You can release single shots or bursts too, and that's really how you'll want to use it unless you want to spend more time reloading than shooting. The magazine feeds to a pair of flywheels with a conveyor belt, pulling rounds from the rearmost tube first. There is a jam release door on the right side of the body in case you manage to jam it.
The battery compartment works well, is easy to load and secure (you need a cross-point screwdriver), and the blaster is well balanced. It is noisy though, as with all battery & flywheel blasters. It's big too, I'm 5'10" and this blaster fits me very comfortably. I wouldn't recommend it for a child younger than 14. That said there are similar larger blasters for normal and Mega Nerf darts, so this is not breaking new ground.
The flip up sights are nice, but as always for me they're more for show than serious use, you're better off aiming from fall of shot, especially if you're going full-auto.
I hope Nerf release a spare magazine pack soon, I'd want a couple of pre-loaded magazines with me in any serious Nerf battle, and I'd feel better letting this baby rip if I could reload in seconds rather than minutes.
Addendum: I've had this a couple of weeks now, and also got the red version. Both seem to drag the balls to the left, not a huge problem if you're aiming by fall of shot, but it does make the sights useless. The blue one now shows a very noticeable drop off in power after the first shot; the batteries may not have been brand new when I started, but I haven't fired a full magazine more than ten times. Battery life is certainly something to be aware of, especially if you're going to go full-auto a lot.
I also realized that there are no attachment points for a sling, which is a serious oversight. It's a heavy gun, and anything to relieve the weight or allow you to use a secondary weapon would be helpful. This isn't enough to lose a star rating, but just suggests they didn't fully road-test the blaster. Maybe next year's Rival blasters will finally have all the desired features incorporated in one unit.
The fact that it shoots balls instead of darts is amazing. I don't think I'd go back to a dart gun.
The gun shoots pretty far.
The gun has some oomph if it hits you
The ball ammo is better than darts and you can find cheap knock offs online for replacements because you WILL lose them
The gun is heavy. Really heavy. It doesn't make it as comfortable to play with.
The gun is super loud. There is absolutely no way to sneak up to someone with this gun unless they have been previously made deaf due to this gun.
The reloading process on this gun is as painful as jabbing your hand inside of a fire ant home. It is very frustrating.
I figured the ball ammo would be more accurate but the shooting mechanism in this gun makes that impossible. There is no way to become accurate with this as some will shoot one way, some will shoot the other way, some will shoot super far, and some only half the distance. If you're aiming for elephants or the ground you'll probably be okay. Other than that, because it squishes the ball before it shoots it, there's no telling where it'll go
*at the time of this review.
The only thing annoying about the gun is reloading. Hard to do and often the springs pop the balls out before it's done loading. I 3d printed a clamp to stop this and it works great.