The Vulcan EBF-25, an example of an EBF blaster.

An electronic belt-fed (abbreviated as EBF with N-Strike number codes) blasters is a category of fully-automatic Nerf blasters released under the N-Strike series.


As their names state, all EBF blasters run off of batteries and use belts to house darts for firing. The only electronic belt-fed blaster is the Vulcan EBF-25, which has two firing modes: automatic fire with the use of the batteries or single-fire by manually priming it.


The electronic belt-fed category was the first electronic N-Strike category, followed by the electronic clip system and electronic revolver categories.

While under prototype stages, the Vulcan EBF-25 was known as the "Vulcan BF-50", which most likely meant the initial name for the category would have been simply belt-fed. This would have meant the category was not originally supposed to be battery-operated, or would include both motorized and non-motorized blasters.

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