NERF Revonix 360

Mention the word NERF and yeah, everyone who knows it would start to think about kids shooting rubber tipped foam darts with their NERF Blasters. But somewhere along the way, the NERF Vortex was introduced, which was foam edged discs. The main difference was that these discs can ricochet.

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

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