It comes packaged with a detachable scope, a detachable barrel extension, a detachable bipod, and ten Extreme Darts.
The Range Master features a scope that attaches to the top accessory rail which is similar to a Nerf tactical rail. It also features a barrel extension that can be screwed onto the muzzle, as well as a foldable, adjustable bipod that can be detached from the blaster. It has an integrated shoulder stock.
The blaster is loaded from the right of the blaster via a dart slot located above the "Bolt Action" sticker.
It advertises a firing range of up to sixty feet.
The Range Master has been released with the following color schemes:
- White, black, and orange
- Blue, black, and orange
Reloading and firing
To reload the Range Master, pull back the bolt-action lever and place a single dart in the blaster's dart slot. Pump the bolt-action lever fully five to six times to fill the blaster with air. Push the lever forward and lock it down to fully prep the blaster.
Pull the trigger to fire the dart.
- The Range Master was originally named the Orion.
- Apparently, the blaster was claimed to be a bolt-action blaster like the Lanard Huntsman 50, but eventually was released as an air-powered blaster.
- The air tank can be easily ruptured if over-pumped.
- The Snipe barrel extension is compatible with the Range Master, and vice-versa.
|Air Warriors EXTREME blasters|
|Air Max 1 • Air Max 6 • Air Max 10 • Panther • Range Master|