|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 four Sonic Jets.
The Air Tech Jet Squadron is notable for having an appearance similar to a fighter jet. It features wings, a nose cone, and other jet-like features. Like most blasters in the Air Tech line, it is an air pressure blaster that fires Micro Darts. It fires four darts unique to this blaster: Sonic Jets. It has four posts on top of the blaster where darts are fired from.
This blaster features an unique firing pattern; it fires both of the outside-most darts and then the inside-most dart posts, left wing first. Similar to that of the Hornet AS-6 and the Blast Fire DX500, the blaster also has a "Blast" button, which fires all four darts at once.
A grey piece on the end of the blaster resets the single-fire firing pattern back to its original position.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Air Tech Jet Squadron, load four Micro Darts onto the posts. Pull the grey cocking handle back at the back of the blaster to reset the firing pattern. From then, pump the blaster until the is tank is filled.
Pull the trigger back to fire the blaster normally, or press the blast button on the top of the blaster to fire all darts at once.
- It is shaped like a General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon fighter jet.
- This is the second blaster to feature a blast button, after the Blast Fire DX500.
- Air Tech Jet Squadron instructions on the Hasbro website
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