|This product has been discontinued.|
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It comes packaged with six Foam Stake Darts.
The Vampire Hunter features an overall design similar to the Nerf Rebelle Guardian Crossbow. The blaster has a turret that can hold up to six darts that automatically rotates with the pull of the trigger. As an air-powered blaster it relies on pumping to be fired. The pump, located at the back of the blaster, also acts as an integrated shoulder stock.
A hand rest is located at the bottom of the blaster underneath the bow arms. As well, an aiming device is located at the top of the Vampire Hunter.
It advertises a firing range of up to fifty feet (fifteen meters).
Out of the box the blaster requires some assembly. The two bow arms come detached and must be put in place manually. Once inserted into the blaster, these are not removable. There are two bungee cords which attach to hooks at the side of the blaster and, when pumped, the cords extend backwards. When the trigger is pulled the bungee cords are released. While serving nothing performance-related, this gives the blaster its crossbow appearance.
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The Vampire Hunter was trademarked in May of 2014. It would then be revealed later that year in July, when it would be seen in a select amount of stores. It was then revealed as a part of Buzz Bee's fall 2014 line shortly after.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Vampire Hunter, simply insert six darts into the front barrel turret. Pull the pump back until it cannot be pulled back any further and push forward to pump the blaster. Pump the blaster up to six times.
Pull the trigger to fire the blaster.
- Unlike most Buzz Bee blasters, the Vampire Hunter has its own stylized logo. Because of this, when trademarks surfaced for the blaster featuring this logo, some fans speculated it was going to be a new series.
- The Vampire Hunter is the largest of the fall 2014 Buzz Bee blasters.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Mindemann, P. (2014-07-18). Buzz Bee Air Warriors Fall, 2014 Line-up Detailed (Article). Blaster Labs. Archived from the original on 2015-12-10. Retrieved on 2019-04-02.
- ↑ VAMPIRE HUNTER Trademark of Buzz Bee Toys, Inc. - Registration Number 5022999 - Serial Number 86269170. Justia Trademarks. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2015-02-14.
- ↑ New BuzzBee blasters July 2014 (Image). imgur (2014-07-11). Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2015-02-14.
- ↑ Buffdaddy (2014-05-25). Trademark Update - Buzz Bee Vampire Hunter? (Article). Buffdaddy Nerf. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2015-02-14.
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