It comes packaged with the Rhino-Fire.
Like the Rhino-Fire, it is a Walmart exclusive in the United States.
As its name suggests, it is a tripod that is designed to work with the Rhino-Fire. It is designed to steady the blaster when set down and used as a turret. It can be removed from the blaster when not in use by pushing in two buttons on either side of the tripod's attachment point. It is also capable of being compacted and folded up to allow for easier transportation.
This is the second tripod produced under the Nerf brand, the first being the Vulcan EBF-25's tripod.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 MasterBlaster (2014-07-07). Nerf Rhino-Fire Official Details: Wal-Mart Exclusive, $99.99 USD, More... | Blaster Labs. BlasterLabs.com.
- ↑ Lee Matthews (2014-07-08). Nerf Rhino-Fire will leave your foes begging for mercy | News | Geek.com. Geek.com
- ↑ Coop772 (2014-11-14). [REVIEW] Nerf Elite Rhino Fire Unboxing, Review, & Firing Test - YouTube. YouTube.com.
- ↑ blasterbot1984 (2014-12-14). Photo by blasterbot1984. Instagram.com/blasterbot1984.
|Tactical rail-compatible||Assault grip • Bipod stand • Drop Grip • Folding Bipod • Grip Blaster • Pivot Grip • Pop-out bipod|
|Blaster compatible||Rhino-Fire tripod • Vulcan tripod|