For information on the blaster's standard features, see Apollo XV-700.
It is a Target exclusive in the United States, but has been seen in Canadian Tire stores in Canada.
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Phantom Corps is a group of rogue specialists who may join Team Red or Team Blue today, then challenge them tomorrow. Nerf Rival battles will never be the same! Go into battle as a member of the Phantom Corps team with this Apollo XV-700 blaster that features the teams identifying color and logo. It comes with a red flag and a blue flag that players can wear whenever they choose to join Team Red or Team Blue. Experience intense head-to-head competition with the precision and power of the Nerf Rival Apollo XV-700 blaster, which has a spring-action cocking mechanism and fires at a velocity of 100 fps (30 mps). It comes with an easy-load 12-round magazine and 12 high-impact rounds. The blaster has a trigger lock, tactical rail, and ready indicator. Experience the intensity of Nerf Rival with the Nerf Rival Phantom Corps Apollo XV-700 blaster!
Reloading and firing
To reload the Apollo, load up to twelve High-Impact Rounds into the included magazine. Load the magazine into the blaster's handle until it snaps into place. To prime the blaster, pull back the priming lever located on top of the blaster.
Pull the trigger to fire a round.
- Despite being packaged with a twelve round magazine instead of a seven round magazine, the Phantom Corps Apollo is still referred to as the XV-700. A more correct number code would be "XV-1200".
- XV means "15" in Roman numerals, which references the original Apollo's 2015 release date. However, the Phantom Corps version was released in 2017.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Nerf Rival Apollo Phantom Corps. CanadianTire.ca.
- ↑ Wazzup1207 (2017-08-09) Nerf Rival Phantom Corps Apollo Unboxing, Review & Range Test YouTube.com
|Phantom Corps blasters|
|2017||Apollo XV-700 • Hera MXVII-1200|
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