|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 Ballistic Balls.
The Ball Blastzooka is very similar to the Nerf Reactor in that it is a pump-action ball blaster. The Ball Blastzooka is capable of holding up to seven Ballistic Balls at a time, although it only comes packaged with four.
The blaster was re-released three times by LEGO as a promotional product for the BIONICLE product theme as the BIONICLE Ball Shooter, Phantoka Spheres Shooter, and Piraka Ball Shooter between 2007 and 2009. Both the Phantoka Spheres Shooter and Piraka Ball Shooter received their own refill packs.
The Ball Blastzooka was one of the first Buzz Bee blasters produced and was part of the first line of blasters in 2003.
Unlike many Buzz Bee blasters, the Ball Blastzooka has never been discovered as an Air Zone product.
Due to the nature of the blaster, the Ball Blastzooka has a very limited modification potential. Very few modifications can be done apart from a complete swap-out of the blaster's internals.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Ball Blastzooka, simply insert up to seven balls into the front of the blaster. Extend the front handle outwards as far as it can extend.
Pull quickly and sharply back to fire a ball.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 NerfHaven: Your Late Model Ballgun, And How To Make Her Awesome!. NerfHaven.com
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|2008||Automatic Tommy 20 • Ball Blastzooka • Big Blast • Blow Dart Shooter • Clip Tek • Disc Shooter • Double Shot • Mech Tommy 20 • Mega Missile • Pirate Flintlock • Rapid Fire Tek • Single Tek • Tek 4 • Tek 6 • Tek 10 • Thunderbolt • Tommy 12|
|2009||Belt Blaster • Berserker • Clip Blaster 10 • Tek 3 •|
|2010||Air Tek 8 • Hunter • Tetra-Strike|
|2011||RADS 12 • Surge 6 • Surge 10 • Torrent • Turbo 12|
|2012||Cougar • Jaguar • Rogue|
|2013||Auto Tek 20|
|Cancelled||Laser Tek 8 • Pump Tek|