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NERF Hyper Mach-100 Fully Motorized Blaster, 80 Hyper Rounds, Eyewear, Up to 110 FPS Velocity, Easy Reload, Holds Up to 100 Rounds

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Perhaps the biggest thing I don’t understand about Hasbro’s foam-flinging strategy is why it let this competition go unchecked, instead of building better darts itself.

The insides are what you’d expect, with large motors and flywheels, and an agitator system like you’d see in the Nemesis (but for Hyper). TACTICAL RAILS FOR RELOAD CANISTERS: Attach Nerf Hyper round reload canisters to the tactical rails to refill the hopper fast (canisters and additional rounds each sold separately). There are several rails on the blaster, allowing convenient ammo storage for topping off the hopper. To get a sense of how much performance has changed, I compared the Hyper Rush-40 to the Rival Kronos — since the Rush is largely just a Kronos with the new projectiles on board. I have to admit he’s got a point: the first Rival blasters showed off serious potential, but their tiny magazines and terrible ergonomics were vastly improved just a couple years later.When we first got those samples of the round and got closer to what we wanted, we were still getting into the final state of not being as tacky or sticky,” adding that it was “problematic” to keep them fluffed and loose. Rate of fire, meanwhile, averaged between 3 and 4 balls per second, depending on how well the ammo feeds. It’s usable, sure, but far from ideal, and you should at least wait for a sale if you’re interested in getting it. This entry was posted in Dart Blasters, Reviews and tagged 2021, blaster, blasterhub, hasbro, Hyper, Mach-100, nerf, review on May 29, 2021 by BuffdaddyNerf.

That’s why Hasbro decided to start with hopper-fed blasters to begin with, as opposed to compression feeding systems like a spring-loaded magazine. Still, some Nerfers have already created 3D printed aftermarket hop-ups for the Rush-40 that seem to improve their accuracy. I’d be excited to see co-branded Halo, Overwatch and Star Wars blasters that can actually fit a decent number of shots inside, but I wonder whether the gummy rounds will ever work in a truly enclosed space.They do bounce everywhere and roll all over the place, and could get lost in storm grates, but the only time I personally had trouble was in dense, clumpy grass where they’d fall into little pockets of turf and I had to be standing at the right angle to see them. Even Rival saw an initial focus on the Zeus, and followed the progression of electronic blasters that came after. FULLY MOTORIZED NERF HYPER MACH-100 BLASTER: Fire rounds with amazing speed from this fully motorized blaster that unleashes rounds at a velocity of up to 110 FPS.

Maybe Hyper will surprise us, but after this slow start and the company’s forgettable Ultra and Elite 2. While they’re the same dimpled shape as the company’s larger foam Rival balls, the new TPE rounds are far denser and fly further. It’s quite an odd feeling after using Rival for so long, where the backspin helped make for relatively straight and level shots.The information provided here is as complete and accurate as possible; however, product names, colours and/or materials are subject to change without notice. I imagine they could even jam blasters if not for the Hyper hoppers’ tilt-down-to-load feeding chutes, which ensure only one round gets chambered at a time. This is all a shame, because in many ways these Hyper balls are the best projectiles Nerf’s made in years. To make them safe, Hasbro made them squishy, and now they’re too gummy to avoid sticking on each other when they’re crammed into a hopper. Based on the speed, the weight, the diameter, and how much that disperses, you have to be under that KED number.

If you actually stuff 40 tiny yellow balls into a Rush-40, or 50 of them into a Siege-50, they might not have enough room to reach the chute at all. The front grip/battery tray is a natural place to put your offhand, and helps with bearing the weight of the batteries. They’re easy to wash, not terribly hard to pick up with a small nut gatherer, and their electric yellow makes them incredibly easy to spot on the ground.Finally, the agitation system sounds horrible and has a tendency to jam…which defeats the purpose of having an agitation system.

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