RotoTrack is a single-fire and chain-fed Nerf blaster that was released in 1997 under the Cyber Stryke Gear series.
It comes packaged with twelve
Mega Darts and a twelve dart chain.
The RotoTrack is a great improvement of the
Chainblazer and solved most of the problems that the Chainblazer suffered from. It included a higher capacity chain and was more reliable than the Chainblazer.
1998, it was re-released as a Mega Blitz blaster.
RotoTrack  
Category Score Notes
Firing range 5/10 This blaster can reach distances of around twenty to thirty feet.
Accuracy 6/10 This blaster is as accurate as the Chainblazer was.
Reliability 6/10 This blaster's reliability was improved from the Chainblazer, but it still jams up due to the chain.
Rate of fire 5/10 The RotoTrack has been known to get up to three darts a second. However, this is not a consistent rate of fire and the blaster normally only gets one or two darts a second.
Capacity 10/10 It held a whopping twelve darts, which is an impressive improvement over the Chainblazer.
6.4/10 The RotoTrack fixed most of the Chainblazer's faults. However, it still isn't completely reliable due to its chain.
NC Review - Nerf® RotoTrack(TM). NerfCenter.com. ↑
Nerf RotoTrack | Review | Toy | Dart Strike. dartstrike.com.
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