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Not to be confused with the target launcher of a similar name.

The Disc Shot is a Nerf blaster that was released some time around the late 1990s and early 2000s.

It comes packaged with eight discs.

Details

The Disc Shot is a disc-firing blaster that fires in a similar method to the Zap Snaps.

Very little information about it is available online. It comes with several discs, all of which have a slit in them. This is to hook the disc onto the blaster.

It can be assumed that due to the method of firing and the ammunition used, this blaster would have had poor accuracy.

History

Unlike most unknown blasters, the Disc Shot had a standard, albeit limited release. The blaster surfaced on the Internet in the form of an Amazon listing in 2011.[1] Judging from the packaging, the blaster would have been released sometime between 1998 and 2002.

All the information known about the blaster comes from a photo of the packaging. Multiple European country names on the packaging pointed to this blaster being a European exclusive until 2015 when a blue and yellow variant was spotted in Canada.

Color schemes

The Disc Shot has been produced in the following color schemes:

  • Blue and green
  • Blue and yellow

Reloading and firing

To reload the Disc Shot, simply insert one disc onto the front slit of the blaster. Slide carefully over the slit and do not push the disc in farther than it could go, as this could result in tearing.

To fire, one must pull back the green part of the blaster at the front until it cannot extend back any further and release to fire the disc.

Trivia

  • It is a possibility judging from the packaging of the blaster that the blaster may have been able to fire more than one disc at a time.
  • The firing method is known only because of the instructions on the front of the blaster.

Gallery

References

  1. Amazon logo Nerf Disc Shot. Amazon. Archived from the original on 2012-02-28. Retrieved on 2017-10-12.
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