Just wondering, where did the "forty-eight dart clip or drum; it will be a semi-automatic blaster" info come from? Uhbvgy998 03:26, February 11, 2012 (UTC)
- A Twitter post by a toy company covering the Toy Fair. You can read it here. JetCell [Talk • Contributions] 03:39, February 11, 2012 (UTC)
it is not a 48 dart drum but it is in facy 4 12-dart clips, with a turntable so that it rotates for more efficient reloadi
i wonder if its a flywheel systom gun and it has no info of what type of gun it is example= raider cs 36, barricade RV-10 and the stampede ECS
Hai-fire teaser video uploaded two hours ago. Comes with 4 six dart clips and 24 darts instead of the previously thought 8 six dart clips. Can hold up to 8 clips and has a 144 dart capacity which would mean the 35 drum would be unable to work with the Hailfire.
At 0:30 'NOT FOR SALE' is seen above the back left side of the Hailfire's Rotating ammo rack.
220.127.116.11 15:12, April 27, 2012 (UTC)
The Hailfire Is in all Likelyhood the Successor to the Vulcan and likely will Cost Slightly more than the Stampede not in the Hundred Dollar range like somebody Suggested.18.104.22.168 16:55, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
Anyone know about how much this gun weighs? Now that Basic Nerf has confirmed that it will take the Rayven's Firefly tech clips, I could imagine it being one VERY heavy blaster if you were to put 8 Firefly clips (with their batteries) in a gun that itself uses batteries. Probably even heavier than the Stampede or the Vulcan.
- You forgot that older N-Strike 18-darts clips are compatible with the flip clip. You can't say it's the maximum capacity when it's really not. It's 288 from what I can tell, not counting how you can still put extra darts in the clip after it's hit its supposed maximum. Gage 14:12, September 9, 2012 (UTC)
Review scoring Edit
The review for this blaster seems questionably biased; I know the scores are based on strict variables but several statements made in the review don't match up with the scores of each section.
- Accuracy: 9/10
- 'Darts will sometimes fishtail more with this blaster than the rest of the Elite line.'
- 'There are also no direct iron sights on the blaster, so aiming may be slightly difficult.'
- Also, the top tactical rail is practically unusable, because almost all sights compatible with this blaster cannot be used, due to the advance handle. You can't score 9/10 for accuracy when there are several obvious problems with accurate aiming. I'd say 7.
- Reliability: 9/10
- Again, several topics focused on the negative aspects of the blaster that do not support the scoring.
- I agree, the Hail-Fire does not jam often, but this paragraph does not merit a 9/10 score, at best 8.
I'm not hating, I own the Hail-Fire, it's excellent, but its specialities are ROF and capacity, not accuracy or reliability.
- I agree on the above poster's comments, I've only been reverting the review because someone keeps putting everything at a 1 or 2. This blaster isn't perfect, but it isn't bad enough to merit those low scores.