For information on the blaster's standard features, see Centurion.
It is a Toys "R" Us exclusive.
The Sonic Ice Centurion has been rumored to perform slightly better than its standard red counterpart, with internal improvements and reduced tendency to jam, although this has not been proven.
In January 2014, a photo began to circulate showing what appeared to be several Sonic ICE Centurions stacked on a shelf. While believed to be slated for production some time later in the year, as of June 2014, no new updates had been released about the Sonic ICE re-release.
On July 10, 2014, the Sonic ICE Centurion was then discovered in stores in a slightly-remodeled paint scheme. It was expected to have a release sometime around fall of 2014.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Centurion, make sure the bolt is in the forward position and press clip release button to remove any empty clips. Load up to six Mega Darts into the provided clip and insert it into the clip slot.
To prime the Centurion, pull the bolt to the rear of the blaster and push it forward back to the starting position. This loads one dart into the chamber. Green ready markers will face the user. Care should be taken to cycle the bolt fully and smoothly in both directions, otherwise the expensive darts could be irreparably damaged from jamming.
Pull the trigger to fire a dart.
- The Sonic ICE Centurion's packaged Mega Darts feature an Elite Dart color scheme.
- The original red Centurion may not have attained widespread European release. In Germany, the Sonic ICE Model with grey trigger was the only version of the Mega Centurion ever available.
- ↑ My Last Dart: New Nerf Elite Mega Sonic Ice Centurion?. MyLastDart.com
- ↑ Der Nerf Centurion Sonic Ice Test. Blasterjunkies.de
|Sonic ICE products|
|Blasters||Centurion • Hail-Fire • Jolt • Magnus • Mega ThunderBow • Rampage • Retaliator|
|Super Soakers||Alphafire • Tidal Tube|
|Blaster sets||Jolt Team Pack • Tidal Tube & Alphafire Defender Pack|