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Nerf N Strike Hail-Fire, £24.99 Toys-r-us

£24.99 @ Toys R Us
Seems to be £65 - £100 everywhere else, they didn't show as being in-stock, but bradford had 2 after the one I picked up, other stores show as having stock. First impressions, ridiculously good fun… Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Seems to be £65 - £100 everywhere else, they didn't show as being in-stock, but bradford had 2 after the one I picked up, other stores show as having stock.

First impressions, ridiculously good fun (although, of course it's for my lad....)
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Purchased. In Stock for the Metro Centre Store in the Northeast, Click and Collect! Happy Days.
#2
reserved ☺ thanks OP. a huge nerf gun is always on my boys' christmas lists!
#3
ordered and had cancelled couldn't find any in store
#4
My younger brother had this and its good fun until you get hit in the face, this one shoots bullets very fast
#5
can hold up to 8 clips and 144 darts
Have fun being the nerf herder for that!
Great price - heated :)

Edited By: BubaMan on Aug 10, 2016 12:11: .
banned#6
£100? for a plastic toy gun? are you winding me up?
banned#7
After looking at it on the webpage the photo you posted does it no justice at all. Worth every penny lol

http://mlm-s2-p.mlstatic.com/nerf-n-strike-elite-hail-fire-blaster-265501-MLM20347593531_072015-O.jpg

Edited By: MrScotchBonnet on Aug 10, 2016 11:56
#8
Does this model require batteries? I assume so given the size of the bleeding thing but wondered if anyone knew for sure.
#9
AnneElk
Does this model require batteries? I assume so given the size of the bleeding thing but wondered if anyone knew for sure.


Yes!!!!
#10
AnneElk
Does this model require batteries? I assume so given the size of the bleeding thing but wondered if anyone knew for sure.


Yep, 4xAA batteries - although I believe you can put 4x 3.7v LiOn ultrafire AA batteries to pump up the juice a bit......
#11
bradford_dr
AnneElk
Does this model require batteries? I assume so given the size of the bleeding thing but wondered if anyone knew for sure.


Yep, 4xAA batteries - although I believe you can put 4x 3.7v LiOn ultrafire AA batteries to pump up the juice a bit......


A lot of them have cut outs these days.

You could mix just one or two 3.7v cells in, but they will drain rechargeable 1.2v AAs, so alkalines only.
#12
Just to note, that it only comes with 4 of the dart magazines. You'll need to purchase more magazines if you want the full compliment of 8. Or go all out with 8 x 18 dart magazines for the full 144 dart capacity.
#13
Ordered some "12" round clips from ebay - £5 for two - not as good as the nerf ones, only comfortably hold 11 rounds and very occasionally jam and need a tap on the side - but at about 1/4 the price of the nerf ones, can't complain.

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