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Blaster typeAutomatic clip system dart blasterRhino-Fire
Ammunition typeElite Darts
FeaturesIncluded tripod, two tactical rails, two strap points, two handles
Firing rangeThe Rhino-Fire has a flat firing range of up to fifty feet.[1] When fired at an angle, it has a firing range up to about eighty feet.[1]
ReliabilityThe Rhino-Fire has some problems with jamming, if darts are bent or slightly damaged.
Rate of fireBecause the Rhino-Fire fires each barrel seperately, it can achieve a good rate of fire, firing about three to four darts per second.
CapacityThe Rhino-Fire holds an impressive fifty darts in its included pair of twenty-five dart drums.
Final verdict and summary
Review PassAs the spiritual successor to the Vulcan, the Rhino-Fire is a powerful, high capacity blaster. Despite its expensive price tag, it is a blaster well worth purchasing and excels as a position-holding weapon.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Randomshadow09 (2014-11-24). Nerf N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire - Range Test (Stock).

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