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It comes packaged with an ammo box dart hopper, a foregrip, thirty Super Darts, and instructions.
It is a Walmart exclusive.
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The Matrixfire is a fully-automatic hopper-fed blaster similar to the Commandfire. Its hopper can be removed for easier reloads or for quick reloads.
The blaster features two accessory rails, one on top and a short one below the barrel for the included foregrip accessory. There are two sling points: one above the muzzle and one on the back of the blaster.
It advertises a firing range of up to eighty feet (twenty-four meters).
The blaster was leaked in May of 2021 through online listings.
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|Adventure Force blasters|
|2016||Enforcer Belt Blaster • Havoc • Legendfire • Powerbolt Belt Blaster • Tri-Max|
|2017||Alpha Rogue • Clash Combat • Decimator • Duel Force • Eradicator • Exact Attack • Light Command • Quatroblast • Scorpion|
|2018||Commandfire • Crossbow • Double Trouble • Night Attack • Super Drum • Thermal Tracker|
|2019||Clash Combat • Clip Fed Long Distance Rifle • Double Fire • Frantic Fury • Hypershot • Hyperspin • Max Morpher • Revolver Style Blaster • Savage Spin • V-Twin|
|2020||Battle Blazer • Max Havoc • Rebel Mech • Sling Shot • Spectrum • Sportsman • Villainator|
|2021||Matrixfire • Tetrashot • Thundershot • Triggerfire|
|Unknown||Barrel Breaker TK-3 • Cataclysm • Destroyer • Firestreak • Vigilante|