|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.
Not to be confused with the 2016 N-Strike Elite blaster of a similar name.
The Hyperfire features a single short tactical rail on top of it.
The Hyperfire was the first Dart Tag blaster released and was referred to as the "Dart Tag blaster". For a period of time, it was the official Nerf Dart Tag League blaster. However, it was replaced by the Furyfire in 2009.
The Hyperfire comes in the following color schemes:
- Blue, silver, black, lime green, and orange
- Green, white, silver, black, and orange
- Orange, silver, black, and lime green
- Red, silver, black, lime green, and orange
Reloading and firing
To reload the Hyperfire, load up to ten darts into the blaster's turret. The blaster is then primed by pulling back on the priming mechanism on top of the blaster.
To fire a dart, pull back the trigger.
- Most tactical rail accessories, such as the Blast Shield, won't perfectly fit on the Hyperfire. This is due to the size of the Hyperfire's tactical rail, along with its iron sights.
- The odd shape of the priming mechanism and the tension of the spring can make this blaster hard to prime sometimes.
- This blaster was the longest available Dart Tag blaster, from 2004 until 2010/2011, when it became significantly less common.
- Some of this blaster's parts (the priming handle and turret, and probably some of the internals) were used in 2011 for the Robo Power Optimus Prime Cyber Blaster.
- ↑ Randomshadow09 (2012-05-30). Nerf Dart Tag Hyperfire - Range Test (Stock) - YouTube. YouTube.
|Dart Tag blasters|
|2005||Firestrike • Strikefire|
|2009||Furyfire • Stormfire|
|2011||Sharp Shot • Speedload 6 • Speedswarm • Swarmfire • Quick 16|