|Super Soaker:Tornado Strike|
|Blaster type||Piston-pressurized water blaster|
|Stock water capacity||about 9 oz. (275 mL.) (water clip)|
|Size||17" x 3" x 12"|
|Average retail price||19.99 USD|
It is a pump-action blaster that uses the new water clip refill system. Because of this, the blaster does not feature a trigger. It has a special barrel that spins when fired, twirling the water through the air, hence its name.
This blaster has a detachable shoulder stock and a tactical rail. It is not recommended to use battery powered attachments such as the tactical light, for they could get wet and break.
|Firing range||6/10||The Tornado Strike can reach distances of twenty feet leveled and twenty-five feet angled.|
|Accuracy||10/10||The Tornado Strike's accuracy is very good. It always stays on target and shoots two streams of water in a circular motion. It excels at short-range use.|
|Reliability||8/10||The Tornado Strike's pump can be very stiff and difficult to pump back from time to time. The rotating mechanism in the nozzle also cannot be disabled without modification.|
|Capacity||4/10||Because of the water clips, the Tornado Strike can hold ten ounces of water, which is decent for a quick battle. It is recommended for one to have extra clips for longer duration of use.|
|6.4/10||The Tornado Strike's range is okay and has fairly good accuracy. Its only downside is its stock capacity. It can act as a relatively good primary weapon, but there are many better choices for a primary weapon.|
- ↑ Nerf Super Soaker Tornado Strke, Manufactured by Hasbro Inc., 2011 :: :: iSoaker.com. iSoaker.com.
- Tornado Strike on the Nerf website
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