|This product has been discontinued, but may still be in limited stock in retail stores.|
Not to be confused with the 2004 Dart Tag blaster of a similar name.
The HyperFire is a fully-automatic flywheel clip system blaster. It features an integrated shoulder stock and a grip located in front of the clip well. It has a single tactical rail above the front end of the blaster and has four strap points: two on the front end, and two on the back, built into the stock.
Unlike most flywheel blasters, it uses a conveyor system to feed darts into the flywheels, rather than a pusher mechanism. This conveyor system has a faster rate of fire than a pusher mechanism; despite this, it is known to jam on old, worn darts if there is not enough grip from the belt to drive the dart into the flywheels. It also has canted flywheels which induce a rifling effect on fired darts, increasing accuracy.
It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters), and a rate of fire of up to five darts per second.
|This is an official description from Hasbro.com. Please do not modify it. (view the archived product listing)|
Take aim with the HyperFire blaster and challenge opponents with ultimate speed! It's the fastest motorized Nerf dart blaster, unleashing 5 darts per second to rain down a deluge of darts onto targets! With its 25-dart drum, this Nerf N-Strike Elite blaster brings impressive firepower to the battle. It fires darts up 90 feet (27 meters). Press the acceleration button, pull the trigger, and let the rapid-fire action begin! Comes with 25 Elite darts.
The HyperFire was released in a Costco exclusive value pack that included the blaster, two twenty-five dart drums, fifty Elite Darts, and instructions.
- It is thought to be a successor to the N-Strike Elite RapidStrike CS-18, given the similarities in fully-automatic firing and clip loading. However, the HyperFire has a very different design and a larger included clip.
- The HyperFire has the highest advertised rate of fire of any current N-Strike Elite blaster - five darts per second. Tests have proved it to be possibly higher.
|The full image gallery for HyperFire may be viewed at HyperFire/Gallery.|