It comes packaged with six Mega Darts and dart storage.
The DoubleBreach is a double-barreled breech-loaded blaster; its breech is located on the left side of the body. It features an intelligent air restrictor system, and allows it to fire from either barrel as loaded. Despite its firing capacity of two darts and no mention of slam fire on its official description or packaging, it is capable of slam firing. It also features an optional dart storage accessory that holds up to four darts at a time, one tactical rail, and two strap points: one under the muzzle and one built into the handle.
It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters).
Reloading and firing
To reload the DoubleBreach, pull back the pump mechanism to unlock the breech door. Slide it open and load up to two Mega Darts in. Push the pump forward to fully prime the blaster.
Pull the firing trigger to fire a single dart.
To slam fire, hold down the trigger and continuously prime the blaster.
- The name "DoubleBreach" is a play on words and possibly a misspelling as well. To "breach" is to break or rupture; a "breech" is an opening (typically rear or side, but not front) through which to load a firearm.
- Before the blaster's release, many Nerfers thought the DoubleBreach was going to be the first N-Strike Mega shotgun, since it is pump action and has two barrels. However, the term "shotgun" only applies to a Nerf blaster if it can fire two or more darts simultaneously.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Paul Mindemann (2016-11-05). Nerf Spring ’17 Official Product Details. BlasterHub.com.
- ↑ LordDraconical (2016-12-06). Honest Review: Nerf MEGA Double Breach (Over/Under Shotgun Unboxing+Review). YouTube.com.
|N-Strike Mega blasters|
|2014||Magnus • Mega ThunderBow|
|2015||BigShock • CycloneShock • RotoFury|
|2016||HotShock • Lightning Bow • Mega Mastodon|
|2017||DoubleBreach • TwinShock|