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.
|This is an official description from Hasbro.com. Please do not modify it. (view this product's listing)|
Blast the most accurate Nerf Mega darts with the first Nerf Mega AccuStrike blaster! The Thunderhawk blaster comes with 10 AccuStrike Nerf Mega darts that are designed for accuracy and are the most accurate Nerf Mega darts*. Go long and go strong on the battlefield with the Thunderhawk blaster -- it’s the longest Nerf blaster of all, measuring 41 inches (1 meter) when extended. Slide the barrel to adjust the length, load the 10-dart indexing clip into the blaster, and get ready to take on opponents with bolt-action blasting. Carry it into battle when the action demands mobility, and use the bipod to stabilize it for distance shots in a fixed position.*Accuracy based on test data comparing precision and repeatability of darts fired under controlled conditions at target 30 feet (9 meters) away. See Nerf.com for details. Ability to hit target will vary depending on user’s skill, dart condition, and other factors.
- It is the longest blaster so far produced by Nerf, surpassing the Centurion by 0.3 inches.
- Because of this, the Thunderhawk 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 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 Liszewski, A. (2018-01-23). A Clever Trick Lets Nerf's Newest Blaster Shoot a Seemingly Endless Stream of Darts (Article). Gizmodo. Archived from the original on 2019-11-06. Retrieved on 2018-01-23.
- ↑ FamilyGamerTV (2018-02-17). NEW! 2018 Nerf Blasters (Spring, Fall) Infinus, Tri-Break, Thunderhawk, Evader, Promethius (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2018-02-18.
- ↑ Beret (2018-08-02). Nerf Thunderhawk First Impressions (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
- ↑ MonkeyGamer 101 (2018-08-14). How to remove clip for Mega Accustrike ThunderHawk. (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2019-01-31.
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