Thunderblast launcher fires missiles into battle up to 60 feet Action grip helps you steady your shot Missile storage for up to 2 missiles on the top rail N-Strike accessories (sold separately) attach to the launcher's Tactical Rail Includes 2 missiles Hit the battlefield with the might of the Thunderblast missile blaster! This hardcore launcher will help you to dominate any battle. Just load a missile into the barrel and pull back the slide to fire at targets up to 60 feet away! The action grip helps you to steady your shot and you'll need it because this blaster files big missiles. You can store up to 2 missiles on the top of the blaster and the Tactical Rail lets you add N-Strike accessories (sold separately) for even more battle capability. Who will stand against you and your Thunderblast launcher? Load up and find out! Nerf and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
Fun to mess around with but not sure it's really that great of a standalone "weapon". I had a lot of fun with a friend's Demolisher so I thought the missile launcher would be a lot of fun. The Thunderblast seems to have a lot of unnecessary bulk compared to the bottom mounted missile launcher on the Demolisher. It has a rack for two missiles so you would think it would come with three missiles to be fully loaded. Unfortunately it only has two..
Not as bad as I had imagined, being a push-to-propel type launcher. Single shot "Slam-fire," if you will. This is the same propulsion mech that you find underneath the Elite Demolisher 2-in-1 blaster, just without that blaster's primary function. Being as such, the missile gets 53 feet per second (FPS) averaged velocity readings on my ProChrono Digital chronograph. This is not bad for the size of the projectile, but I was slamming it as hard as possible..