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Full Auto NERF Blaster, September 13, 2010

Hasbro, Incorporated, ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20120416110013740
A nice addition to the NERF N-Strike line of blasters, the Stampede is the second full-auto NERF blaster. I picked up two of these for my son and I to play with and the blasters were a big hit at a Labor Day BBQ. The price may be steep but the Stampede does come with a bunch of nice extras. The other N-Strike auto-blaster is the Vulcan, a belt fed blaster that fires 25 darts at 3 darts per second depending on battery life. There were many complaints about jams and weight with this blaster. The Stampede is a nice upgrade. Using the NERF clip system you have a choice of 6, 18, or 35 round clips to choose from (only the 6 round clips are available separately) you can lay down a nice suppressing fire of darts while being able to reload quickly.The good:-Aesthetics, this blaster just looks cool and I am sure some will mod this blaster to look like a Halo pulse rifle.-Shield, I wasn't to keen on this feature until playing in a shoot out. This shield offers...

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I obtained this gun for my son. However, I am 50-years-old and even I think this thing is cool. My 13-year-old son thinks it is really, freaking cool. His 11-year-old sister does not think it is quite as cool for some odd reason...hmmm.Anyway, my son has several Nerf guns. This one definitely has a higher rate of fire power than any other he has. He also has a Nerf gun called a "long-shot" (or some such thing). The long-shot can shoot a bit farther than this gun, but you have to pump it every time you shoot. So, in an outside battle when distances are greater, the long-shot pump may have a slight advantage. But inside, or in any shorter distance battle, the Stampede will be the gun of choice.Really, this thing is a lot of fun. My son and his 6-year-old sister are playing with it right now. There are dozens of Nerf darts laying around all over the living room. The 6-year-old has poor aim, so this causes all sorts of mayhem.But fun is fun,...
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A nice addition to the NERF N-Strike line of blasters, the Stampede is the second full-auto NERF blaster. I picked up two of these for my son and I to play with and the blasters were a big hit at a Labor Day BBQ. The price may be steep but the Stampede does come with a bunch of nice extras. The other N-Strike auto-blaster is the Vulcan, a belt fed blaster that fires 25 darts at 3 darts per second depending on battery life. There were many complaints about jams and weight with this blaster. The Stampede is a nice upgrade. Using the NERF clip system you have a choice of 6, 18, or 35 round clips to choose from (only the 6 round clips are available separately) you can lay down a nice suppressing fire of darts while being able to reload quickly.The good:-Aesthetics, this blaster just looks cool and I am sure some will mod this blaster to look like a Halo pulse rifle.-Shield, I wasn't to keen on this feature until playing in a shoot out. This shield offers...
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