It is a Walmart exclusive.
The Trilogy is a shell-fed, pump-action blaster similar to the Zombie Strike SledgeFire. Shells are loaded into the blaster through a top porthole, which opens when the blaster is half-primed. Spent shells will auto-eject out of the right side of the blaster, to make way for a fresh one to be loaded in.
The blaster features an integrated shoulder stock, where five additional shells can be stored. On the left side of the blaster, next to the firing trigger, is an unjamming button. When held down, it will allow the blaster to be primed, for the sake of clearing dart or shell jams.
The Trilogy is not compatible with SledgeFire shells.
|This is an official description from Hasbro.com. Please do not modify it. (view this product's listing)|
The Trilogy DS-15 toy blaster has ejecting shells to heat up your Nerf dart-blasting action! Unleash a triple-dart blast with this Nerf blaster that shoots 3 darts at once from each shell. When you prime to fire again, the spent shell automatically ejects from the blaster. This N-Strike Elite blaster holds 1 shell at a time and can store 5 shells in the stock for fast reloading. The blaster comes with 5 shells and 15 Official Nerf Elite darts, enough to fill all 5 shells. This pump-action blaster is powered by you – no batteries required. Load 3 darts into a shell, insert the full shell into the blaster, pull the handle back to prime, and press the trigger to fire. When you load another shell and pull back the priming handle, the empty shell pops out of the blaster! Official Nerf Elite darts are designed for distance, tested and approved for performance and quality, and constructed of foam with flexible, hollow tips.
- This is the second Nerf blaster to achieve multi-fire through the use of shells, the first being the Zombie Strike SledgeFire.
- Just like the SledgeFire, images of the Trilogy DS-15 show the darts sticking out of the shells. In reality, the darts should sit flush with the top of the shell.
- The blaster comes packaged with W-type Elite Darts.
- Some German retailers denote the blaster as the Barrage. Despite this, it is still labeled as the "Trilogy DS-15" in the official description.
|The full image gallery for Trilogy DS-15 may be viewed at Trilogy DS-15/Gallery.|
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