It comes packaged with two XLR Discs.
The Ricochet features the typical Zombie Strike colors as its color scheme; brown, green and orange. There is an iron sight on the top of the blaster, as well as a guide on the priming slide. Due to its size, the Ricochet does not feature a tactical rail.
The Ricochet was first revealed at the 2013 Toy Fair along with the entire 2014 Zombie Strike line.
Reloading and firing
To load the Ricochet, insert a XLR Disc into the muzzle and pull back the slide.
Pull the triggerr to fire. Move the slide forward again before reloading.
The blaster requires a disc to be inserted to prime it; otherwise, the slide is locked in place. While the blaster is primed, the slide cannot be moved forward again without firing first.
- The Ricochet, alongside the Ripshot, is the first muzzle-loading Vortex blaster, and the smallest XLR Disc blaster released.