It comes packaged with ten Mega AccuStrike Darts.
The Thunderhawk is a bolt-action blaster that features a horizontally-fed, integrated ten dart clip, with similar performance to the Battlescout ICS-10. A non-removable collapsible bi-pod can be found underneath the blaster. The blaster also features an extendable barrel, which transforms the blaster into a sniper style blaster, and has a tactical rail on top. There are several sling points on the back stock as well.
- It could possibly be considered a successor to the Centurion.
- The blaster's bolt is removable for storage. Ironically, this feature is pointless due to the blaster's fixed clip always being in the way.
- The barrel is actually wide enough to not hinder a dart's performance.
- Despite being not meant to be removable, some Thunderhawk clips can actually be removed from the blaster with no modification. 
- Using a card or a similarly flat object, the clip can be removed from the blaster.
- Oddly enough, when the barrel of the Thunderhawk is extended, the tactical rail on it moves with it, defeating the purpose of putting of putting on a scope for this "sniper" style blaster.
|The full image gallery for Thunderhawk may be viewed at Thunderhawk/Gallery.|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Andrew Liszewski (2018-01-23). A Clever Trick Lets Nerf's Newest Blaster Shoot a Seemingly Endless Stream of Darts. Gizmondo.com.
- ↑ FamilyGamerTV (2018-02-17). NEW! 2018 Nerf Blasters (Spring, Fall) Infinus, Tri-Break, Thunderhawk, Evader, Promethius. YouTube.com.
- ↑ Beret (2018-08-02). Nerf Thunderhawk First Impressions. YouTube.com.
- ↑ MonkeyGamer 101 (2018-08-14). How to remove clip for Mega Accustrike ThunderHawk.. YouTube.com.
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