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Blaster typeSingle-fire chain-fed push-and-pull dart blasterChainblazer
Ammunition typeMega Darts
FeaturesChain compatible
Firing rangeThe Chainblazer can fire distances of up to fifty feet.[1][2][3][4]
ReliabilityDue to the dart chain, the Chainblazer jams frequently.[5][6] Because of the risk of jams, it is not recommended to run with the blaster or to fire the blaster overly quickly.[7] It is also rather fragile.[7] Its accuracy is somewhat poor due to the method of firing the blaster.[8]
Rate of fireThis blaster has a rate of fire of about five darts a second.
CapacityThis blaster can hold up to eight darts in its included chain.
Final verdict and summary
Review FailThe Chainblazer was a new idea for the time with its chain for ammo. This idea was used for later blasters like the N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25. However, due to it being the first blaster with that ammo belt, it had many kinks in its system, making it unreliable and unsuitable for use.


  1. NC Review - Nerf® Chainblazer®.
  2. Nerf Chainblazer | Nerf Toy | Dart Strike.
  3. Reload: Weapon Reviews - Chainblazer.
  4. Nerf Outpost: Chainblazer.
  5. Nerf Club: Reviews - Chainblazer.
  6. Nerf World: Chainblazer.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Troy's Nerf Guns: Heavy Guns - Chainblazer.
  8. Austin's Fabulo Nerf Page: Nerf Gun Reviews - Chainblazer.

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