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Blaster typeSingle-fire pull-and-release dart blasterSwitchfire in the 90's
Ammunition typeMicro Darts
FeaturesIntegrated dart holder, fold-up handle
Firing rangeThis blaster can fire up to around twenty feet.[1] Some copies have been known to fire slightly farther, up to around twenty-five feet.[2].
ReliabilityThe Switchfire cannot jam. However, it is a very flimsy blaster. Its barrel also needs to be manually rotated to fire a second dart. Its accuracy is sub-par due to the way it is fired.
Rate of fireThis blaster has a rate of fire of about one dart per second.
CapacityIt can hold up three Micro Darts at a time. Two darts are placed in its dual barrels; the third is placed under the blaster in a dart holder.
Final verdict and summary
Review FailThe Switchfire is a poor blaster with very little outstanding positive aspects to it. It is not recommended for use.


  1. NC Review - Nerf® Switchfire®.
  2. Nerf Reviewed: Switch-Fire® -

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