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Blaster typeSingle-fire chain-fed dart blasterRototrack
Ammunition typeMega Darts
FeaturesArm mount capability, chain-fed
Firing rangeThis blaster can reach distances of up to forty-five feet.[1][2][3]
ReliabilityThis blaster's reliability was improved from the Chainblazer,[4] but it still jams up due to the chain. The strap was only developed for right-handed players, meaning that left-handed Nerfers would have had difficulties using the blaster.[5] The RotoTrack has an issue with fragility, most notably in the rotation mechanism.[6] The darts will occasionally fall out of the chain.[7] This blaster is as accurate as the Chainblazer was.
Rate of fireThe 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.
CapacityIt held a whopping twelve darts, which is an impressive improvement over the Chainblazer.
Final verdict and summary
Review FailThe RotoTrack fixed most of the Chainblazer's faults. However, it still isn't completely reliable due to its chain and also has a less-than-stellar firing range.


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  2. Nerf RotoTrack | Review | Toy | Dart Strike.
  3. Reload: Weapon Reviews - RotoTrack.
  4. Nerf World: Roto-Track.
  5. Nerf Club: Reviews - Rototrack.
  6. Total Nerf: Nerf Weapon Reviews - Rototrack.
  7. Troy's Nerf Guns: Heavy Guns 2 - Rototrak.

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