|This product has been marked as discontinued by Amazon.
It comes packaged with ten Tagger Micro Whistler Darts.
The Speedswarm holds up to ten darts at a time. It is designed for fully automatic firing; however, the slow rate of fire effectively allows the user to release one shot per trigger pull. It has two sling attachment points: one on the bottom of the handle and one on the upper rear end of the blaster.
With regular alkaline batteries, the Speedswarm is ironically named. Its lower rate of fire is likely due to the larger spring load when compared to that of the Swarmfire. However, fed by a full load of six IMR batteries, its rate of fire rises to a decent level. With these and supporting mods (air restrictor, O-ring, spring, and motor replacements), the Speedswarm could arguably be made viable enough for Nerf combat.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Speedswarm, load up to ten darts into the muzzle cylinder.
Pull the trigger to fire darts.
- It is possible to dual-wield the Speedswarm. However, dual-reloading is less convenient than with clip-fed blasters, as it is loaded by the muzzle cylinder, rather than a clip.
- Unlike the Swarmfire, the Speedswarm's trigger has always been blue so it was not re-released.
|Dart Tag blasters|
|2005||Firestrike • Strikefire|
|2009||Furyfire • Stormfire|
|2011||Sharp Shot • Speedload 6 • Speedswarm • Swarmfire • Quick 16|