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Blaster typeSingle-fire direct plunger dart blaster1374765 356638724470310 636488361 n
Ammunition typeMega Darts
FeaturesIntegrated clip, single tactical rail, one strap point[1]
Firing rangeThe Magnus has a flat firing range of up to sixty-five feet.[2] With an angled shot, the blaster can fire up to eighty-five feet.[3] The gray trigger model can fire up to seventy feet, meeting the advertised twenty-two metre range.[4]
ReliabilityThis blaster will suffer from occasional jams.[5] The dart foam is slightly compressed when fired, though, which could result in the gradual break-down of the darts over time.[1] It is not particularly accurate.[4][6]
Rate of fireThe Magnus has a rate of fire of up to two darts a second.
CapacityThis blaster holds up to three darts in an internal clip.
Final verdict and summary
Review PassThe Magnus is a rather solid blaster, and is a very good blaster for a blaster that fires Mega Darts. The blaster is generally considered to be an improvement over the Centurion.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Bazookafied: NERF N-Strike Elite MEGA Magnus Review.
  2. Studio Yale: Nerf Mega Magnus Review (4.5).
  3. Range Test: Nerf Mega Magnus - Awesomely Nerf.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Outback Nerf: Review: Nerf Mega Magnus (22m grey trigger).
  5. Blaster Labs: Review: Nerf N-Strike Elite Mega Magnus.
  6. The Test Pit: REVIEW: Nerf Mega Magnus.

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