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Blaster typeSingle-fire torsion spring disc blasterFusefire-2
Ammunition typeXLR discs
FeaturesIntegrated light bar, integrated five disc storage, one tactical rail, one strap point
Firing rangeThis blaster has a firing range of up to approximately sixty feet.[1]
ReliabilityThe Fusefire's inline loading system is notorious for jamming and, due to lack of space, removing jams is a difficult process.[2] While previous Vortex blasters featured jam release switches even when unnecessary, the Fusefire does not have one. Jams can be hopefully removed using a long utensil to push the disc back.[3] It is somewhat accurate for a Vortex blaster.[4]
Rate of fireThis blaster has a rate of fire of about two discs per second.
CapacityThis blaster can hold up to ten discs at a time. This formerly held the position of the highest capacity for any Zombie Strike blaster before the introduction of the Longshot CS-12 in 2014.
Final verdict and summary
Review PassThis is a great Zombie Strike blaster, and currently the largest disc-firing blaster in the series. If you are out looking for a disc blaster, consider getting this although be prepared for frequent jamming.


  1. (2013-12-16). Nerf ZombieStrike Fusefire & Ricochet Unboxing and Review.
  2. StudioYale: Nerf Zombiestrike Fusefire Review (3.5).
  3. TTPM: Nerf Zombie Strike Fusefire from Hasbro.
  4. Southern Brisbane Nerf Club: REVIEW: Zombiestrike Crossfire Bow and Fusefire.

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