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It would have likely come packaged with two arrows.
It is a small blaster judging from the only known photograph on the internet.
The blaster features an upwards handle with some sort of shield or hand-guard in front of the handle. The Double Blast likely fires two arrows at once due to the single trigger connected to both barrels.
How this blaster fired is currently unknown, with few clues provided from the only known photo.
Its eventual fate was unknown. From what is known, it never surfaced outside of pictures, although it could have possibly had a minor release.
All the information known about the blaster comes from a photo of the blaster from a 2000 Hasbro toy catalog. The Double Blast was pictured alongside the Bungee Blaster, which has been more well-known although still an immensely rare blaster. Because of this, it is more likely it had a minor release than being cancelled entirely.
Reloading and firing
Due to a lack of information, it is unknown how this blaster may have fired. There is no visible cocking mechanism on the blaster, only a trigger and two barrels. It is possible that the arrows could have been cocked automatically upon being inserted onto the barrels similar to the McDonalds promotional blasters.