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The Finisher is a magazine fed RIVAL blaster similar to that of the Apollo XV-700. It is a slide-action blaster ergonomically similar to the Kronos XVIII-500 and Heracles XIX-500, but feeds from a detachable magazine instead of an internal one.
The magazine has an opening in the side which allows the user to load the magazine without removing it from the blaster, by pulling down the follower. Thus unlike the Kronos, the Finisher can be reloaded even when primed, which means in theory, it would be possible for the blaster to hold eight rounds in total, if one round was chambered into the blaster, and seven more were loaded into the magazine.
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The Nerf Rival Finisher XX-700 blaster features a quick-load magazine for a fast way to reload rounds! A door on the side of the 7-round magazine slides all the way open, giving you easy access to load multiple rounds quickly. Remove the empty magazine from the blaster, fill it with rounds, replace it in the blaster -- and get back to battling! You can also load rounds through the top of the magazine, so you have 2 ways to refill it. Move the slide backward and forward to prime the blaster, and press the trigger to fire 1 round. Comes with 7 Official Nerf Rival rounds. Trigger lock prevents accidental firing. Includes a tactical rail. The blaster is compatible with all Nerf Rival magazines. The quick-load magazine is not compatible with all Nerf Rival blasters. No batteries required. Eyewear recommended (not included). Team Blue.Nerf and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.
The Finisher was first leaked online in early 2020 in the form of online listings without images. In late February of that year, official images were released for this, the MotoStryke, and the GhoulGrinder.
- The Finisher is the first RIVAL blaster since the Helios XVIII-700 to come packaged with a seven round magazine.
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