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It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
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Nerf rockets were used only with the Air Launcher and are not compatible with any other blaster. They are softer and much smaller than an average arrow or missile. It appears to be made of regular Nerf foam. It also has no separate parts, as everything is made of the same material, unlike most later forms of ammunition (with the exception of the Ballistic Ball and its derivatives).
It was the very first type of Nerf ammunition, coming before the Ballistic Ball.
Introduced in 1990, the arrow features a similar design to the rocket, with fins at the end of the ammunition to help with aerodynamics. Arrows and missiles could be considered spiritual successors to the rocket due to this.
|Nerf ammunition typesDiscontinued|
|Arrows||9" arrow (Cyber Stryke Gear) • 11" arrow • Arrow (Rebelle) • Buzzer Arrow • Gear Tooth Arrow • Hydro Torpedo • Micro Arrow • Screamin' Arrow • Target Master Arrow|
|Darts||Allegiant Dart • Alien Menace Dart • Charmed Dart • Collectible Dart • Glow-In-The-Dark Dart • Launcher Dart • Mega Dart • Message Dart • Micro Dart • Pen Blaster dart • Screamin' Mega Dart • Screamin' Micro Dart • Sharpshooter Dart • Smart Dart • Sonic Jet • Sonic Micro Dart • Stiff Dart • Streamline Dart • SuperMAXX Dart • Tagger Micro Dart (Tagger Micro Whistler Dart) • Whistler Dart|
|Other||Aero Glider • Ballistic Ball • Bungee Ball • Disc • Foam Disk • Gyro Missile • Mega Missile • Mini Arrow • Missile • Nerf rocket • Zap Snaps rocket|