Not to be confused with the type of blaster of the same name.
It comes packaged with four Blaster Balls.
The Ball Blaster features an unique priming handle, which extends above the blaster and not below it. Similar to that of the Nerf Buzzsaw or Ripsaw, it has a feeding tube for Blaster Balls to be fired from. There is a hinged lid, which can close the tube to keep balls from falling out.
It advertises a firing range of up to twenty-five feet.
The Ball Blaster was re-released as an Air Zone blaster. Two versions of the Air Zone variant exist: one retains the original name of the blaster, while the other was named the Sentry 4.
The Ball Blaster has been released with the following color schemes:
Reloading and firing
To reload the Ball Blaster, load up to four Blaster Balls into its feeding tube; close the lid if desired.
Pull the priming handle back and push it forward to fire a ball.
|Total X-Stream Air blasters|
|2003||Blast Bazooka • First Shot|
|2004||Fire Shot • Triple Shot|
|2011||Ballistic Shooter • J.A.M. Blaster • Rotator X-8|
|2013||Ballistic Shooter X-8|
|Unknown||Ball Blaster • Big Salvo • Blast Bow • Clip Shot • Cosmic Thruster • Cranking Cannon • Disc Blaster • Double Barrel • Hand Cannon • Max Shot • Quick Shot • Pop Dart • Pop Shot • Rapid Fire Rev Shot • Ring Accelerator • Shell Shock X-6 • Shot Gun • Slam Shot Rocket • Slingshot • Sonic Bazooka • Speed Loader • Stealth Shot • Twin-Barrel • Zip Shot|