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|ROF=3 darts per second<ref name="BHub">BuffdaddyNerf (2017-08-20). [https://www.blasterhub.com/2017/08/adventure-force-light-command-review/ Adventure Force Light Command Review]. BlasterHub.com.</ref>}}
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| title = Adventure Force Light Command Review
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| archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20181224142058/http://www.blasterhub.com/2017/08/adventure-force-light-command-review/
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| archivedate = 2018-12-24}}</ref>}}
 
The '''Light Command''' is an [[Adventure Force]] [[blaster]] that was released in [[2017]]. It requires six "AA" batteries to be operated, and two "AAA" batteries for its lights to be operated.
 
The '''Light Command''' is an [[Adventure Force]] [[blaster]] that was released in [[2017]]. It requires six "AA" batteries to be operated, and two "AAA" batteries for its lights to be operated.
   
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==Details==
 
==Details==
The Light Command is a battery-operated, [[belt]]-fed [[flywheel]] blaster with internal LED lights that activate when the [[firing trigger]] is pulled. The power switch is located on the left side of the blaster. The blaster features three power modes: an off mode, a mode which only powers the internal lights, and a fully-on mode which powers both the lights and the flywheels. Unlike the [[Powerbolt Belt Blaster]], the Light Command does not feature a breech lid, and is instead loaded by simply inserting one end of the belt through the feeding area. It also features an accessory rail on top of the blaster, which is compatible with [[Nerf]] [[tactical rail]] accessories.<ref>Coop772 (2017-06-13). [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6BSawiRK6M&t=273s <nowiki>[REVIEW] Dart Zone Group Review | Quatroshot, Light Command, & Dartstorm</nowiki>]. YouTube.com.</ref>
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The Light Command is a battery-operated, [[belt]]-fed [[flywheel]] blaster with internal LED lights that activate when the [[firing trigger]] is pulled. The power switch is located on the left side of the blaster. The blaster features three power modes: an off mode, a mode which only powers the internal lights, and a fully-on mode which powers both the lights and the flywheels. Unlike the [[Powerbolt Belt Blaster]], the Light Command does not feature a [[breech]] lid, and is instead loaded by simply inserting one end of the belt through the feeding area. It also features an accessory rail on top of the blaster, which is compatible with [[Nerf]] [[tactical rail]] accessories.<ref>{{cite web
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| url = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6BSawiRK6M&t=273s
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| title = <nowiki>[REVIEW] Dart Zone Group Review | Quatroshot, Light Command, & Dartstorm</nowiki>
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| format = Video
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| image = YouTube logo.png
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| imagelink = https://youtube.com
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| accessdate = 2018-05-21
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| author = Coop772
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| publisher = YouTube
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| date = 2017-06-13}}</ref>
   
 
The Light Command is compatible with [[Nerf]] [[Elite Dart]]s and its many variants.
 
The Light Command is compatible with [[Nerf]] [[Elite Dart]]s and its many variants.
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It advertises a firing range of up to eighty feet (twenty-four meters) and a rate of fire of one [[dart]] per second.
 
It advertises a firing range of up to eighty feet (twenty-four meters) and a rate of fire of one [[dart]] per second.
   
==Reloading and firing==
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===Official description===
To reload the Light Command, load up to twenty darts in the included belt, and load the belt into the blaster, orange-tipped chamber first, with the orange tip facing forwards. Turn on the blaster to prime it for firing.
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|Company=DartZone
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|URL=https://dartzoneblasters.com/shop/dart-zone-covert-ops/light-command/
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|Description=Light up your opponents with the featured ILLUMINATED BLAST PANELS on the Adventure Force Light Command Motorized Blaster! This automatic blaster features a 20 dart belt that fires entire belt under 20 seconds projecting darts up to 80 feet, leaving opponents running for cover. The Full-Auto Motorized Light Command is powered by 6 AA Alkaline Batteries for Dart Blasting (AA Batteries not included) and 2 AAA Alkaline Batteries for Light-Up Function (AAA Batteries Included). The Light Command Ammo Belt holds up to 20 darts. Battery-Powered Rapid-Fire Blasting up to 80 Feet!}}
   
Pull back the firing trigger to fire darts.
 
 
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The Light Command is an Adventure Force blaster that was released in 2017. It requires six "AA" batteries to be operated, and two "AAA" batteries for its lights to be operated.

It comes packaged with a twenty dart belt, twenty Super Darts, and instructions.

DetailsEdit

The Light Command is a battery-operated, belt-fed flywheel blaster with internal LED lights that activate when the firing trigger is pulled. The power switch is located on the left side of the blaster. The blaster features three power modes: an off mode, a mode which only powers the internal lights, and a fully-on mode which powers both the lights and the flywheels. Unlike the Powerbolt Belt Blaster, the Light Command does not feature a breech lid, and is instead loaded by simply inserting one end of the belt through the feeding area. It also features an accessory rail on top of the blaster, which is compatible with Nerf tactical rail accessories.[2]

The Light Command is compatible with Nerf Elite Darts and its many variants.

It advertises a firing range of up to eighty feet (twenty-four meters) and a rate of fire of one dart per second.

Official descriptionEdit

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. BlasterHub logo BuffdaddyNerf (2017-08-20). Adventure Force Light Command Review (Article/Review). Blaster Hub. Archived from the original on 2018-12-24. Retrieved on 2018-05-21.
  2. YouTube logo Coop772 (2017-06-13). [REVIEW] Dart Zone Group Review | Quatroshot, Light Command, & Dartstorm (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2018-05-21.

External linksEdit

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