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2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED

2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED

2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED
This 2013 Nerf Rhino-Fire fully automatic blaster is in great shape and is tested and working perfectly! Included is the tripod and two 25 round drum magazines. The Rhino-Fire is discontinued by Nerf and no longer being produced. Nerf Rhino’s have notoriously poorly designed tripods, and as such they fall off pretty easily. This tripod is no different. It stays on as it should if you are deliberate in making sure that the attachment points are pushed all the way in. This is a used blaster, so it has some minor paint wear. There is no damage or cracks. As you can see in the pictures, the majority of paint wear is on the bottom center of the blaster and the bottom of the grip, as these are the two places that contact the ground when setting the blaster down without a tripod attached. This blaster will require 6 “D” size batteries. Batteries are not included. Please see pictures and video for item condition. The Rhino-Fire is a battery-operated flywheel clip system blaster that features the ability to use two clips or drums at a time. It has two barrels which alternately fire. The barrels also collapse one after another when firing. The bottom of the blaster features an attachment lug for mounting tripods. This lug is compatible with its included tripod, and can also accept the Vulcan tripod. The blaster also has two strap points at the start of each barrel. The clip release is located on the back of each clip well, similar to those found on a Rampage or Raider CS-35. The firing trigger is in the form of a large, orange button on the top of the spade grip located at the back of the blaster. The button doubles as an acceleration trigger, where pushing it halfway will rev up the flywheels, while holding it down all the way will actually fire darts. It features four tactical rails on top of the blaster: one tactical rail on each of the clip wells, and two in the middle of the blaster. The two rails in the middle have been merged into a single rail, which has two rail teeth. As a result, it can hold two different attachments as long as said attachments do not interfere with each other. The Rhino-Fire is one of the few blasters to feature a rail like this. It is advertising a firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters).
2013 Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire Full Auto Blaster TESTED DISCONTINUED