Prior to the introduction of the Revonix, there was another NERF blaster called the Pyragon which has a removable 40-disc drum. The Revonix however, does not; it has a 30-disc drum built into the blaster. But its design was what got me, a reminiscent of a grenade launcher and not only that, although the drum places the discs vertically, the mechanisms will flip the disc horizontally, ready for firing.
You load each disc via the pump-action grip at the front and, well, the sound and the feel of each slide was so, satisfying.
I was woken up from my afternoon nap today an heard my daughter figuring out how to load the discs. Long story short, after I have shown them, I caught them trying it out when I was not looking. So, yeah, they're interested in the blaster which means, I have no chance of playing with it anytime soon...
|This is the NERF Revonix 360 which I got for a very good price and was more than 55% off what you'd pay at the shops.|
|Yeah, its long. Unlike the Pyragon, the Revoix ammo drum is integrated and if you're used to loading it while on the run, it's very effective.|
|The Revonix accepts all NERF accessories except the shoulder stock from the Retaliator.|
It looks quite nice with the NERF Raider's shoulder stock.
|Alas, the girls have taken interest in it and so... there goes my fun-time|