|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.
It comes packaged with five Micro Darts.
It is air powered, much like other Airjet Power blasters. The Lightnin' Blitz fires five Micro Darts at once; it does not feature a single-fire firing mode. There are four dart holders around the side of the blaster; an extra one is located in the center of the barrels.
The blaster is primed when pumped between eight and ten times. It features many different patterns on the shell, among them being wire patterns. The Airjet Power logo can be seen on the spherical area nearby the firing trigger. The internals of the blaster are very similar to those featured in the Secret Shot II.
Notably, the Lightnin' Blitz adopted new names in some European countries, most likely due to the negative connotation of the word "blitz", the most well-known European name being Hailstorm.
While it is unknown exactly when the Lightnin' Blitz was discontinued, according to older Nerf websites, the blaster was sold until at least 2001.
A photo of the Lightnin' Blitz in black exists on the internet although the background of this particular variant of the blaster is unknown; it has never surfaced in a physical state.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Lightnin' Blitz, place up to five darts into each barrel; another five darts can be stored on the blaster via dart holders. Pump the blaster up to twelve times to fully prime it.
Pull the trigger to fire five darts.
- This was the first blaster to fire five darts at once.
- This was the second air-based blaster to fire Micro Darts.
- ↑ Brit Nerf: Lightning Blitz (1998) Review - BritNerf.myfreeforum.org
- ↑ ahtani3 (2011-10-11). Nerf Lightnin' Blitz Review!. YouTube.com.
- Lightnin' Blitz instructions on the Hasbro website
|Airjet Power blasters|
|Lightnin' Blitz • Rapid Fire 20 • Secret Shot II • Stinger • Triple Strike • Wildfire|