It comes packaged with a detachable ammunition storage acessory, a detachable tri-pod, three foam pellets, and a carrying case.
It is currently only available in Germany.
The On the Go Blaster Keychain is far more similar with that of a McDonald's Happy Meal blaster than a full-size, standard Nerf blaster. It fires small foam pellets instead of darts. Its ammunition storage accessory clips onto the front, under the barrel; its tripod clips underneath and in front of the blaster's "clip".
It advertises a range of up to thirteen feet (four meters).
The On the Go Blaster Keychain has been released in the following color schemes:
Reloading and firing
To reload the On the Go Blaster Keychain, load a single pellet onto the muzzle.
Pull back and push the back "shoulder stock" piece to fire it.
- Unlike other blaster-like keychains, the On the Go Blaster Keychain is not modeled after an actual Nerf product. It vaguely resembles a Longshot CS-6, due to what appears to be an integrated shoulder stock, carry handle, clip system compatibility, and a barrel extension attachment nozzle.
- If being addressed as a Nerf blaster, it is smaller than the Jolt EX-1, which makes it the smallest Nerf blaster.
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