|This series has been discontinued.|
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
The Rip Rockets line consisted of smaller blasters that were all powered by air pressure; all lacked firing triggers and all fired a new form of ammunition known as Rip Rockets, which would later be known as Micro Darts.
The series ran for a single year and was discontinued. The line was revived for the release of two more blasters in November of 1996 before being permanently dropped thereafter.
It has two successor series; the 1994 Hyper Rip Rockets series and the 1995 Ambush Rip Rockets series. Both series used a similar concept of small blasters that are designed as pocket blasters and to use Micro Darts.
Rip Rockets products
|1970s||Nerf Animal • Nerf Classic Fighter • Nerf Critter • Nerf Glider • Nerf-Mobile|
|1980s||Hot Shot • Motorman • Nerfuls • Original Nerf|
|1990s||Aero • AirJet Power • AirJet Power Plus • Ambush Rip Rockets • Cyber Stryke Gear • Head 2 Head • Hydro • Hyper Rip Rockets • Hyper Sight • Max Force • Max Force 2112 • Mega Blitz • Nerf Action • Nick & Nerf • Rip Rockets • SuperMAXX|
|2000s||2003 series • Action Blasters • Air Tech • Atom Blasters • Ball Blasters • Dart Tag • Lazer Tag • N-Force • Power Nerf|
|2010s||Alien Menace • Combat Creatures • Firevision Ignite • Firevision Sports • Rebelle|
|Sub-series||Biosquad • Challenge • Charmed • Clear Series • Code Red Collection • Elite Repaint • Gear Up • Koosh Vortex • Light It Up • Multishot Madness • Pro Nerf • Red Strike • Remix • Secrets & Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Sonic Series • Super Stripes Collection • Switch Shots • Whiteout Series • Z.E.D. Squad|