How good is the NERF Vulcan?
They thought the Vulcan EBF-25 was pretty awesome. The ammo belt holds 25 rounds and it shoots three a second, so that’s just eight seconds of full auto fire. But you can also fire off short bursts, or switch into manual mode and pull back a cocking bar for individual shots.
How far does a Nerf Vulcan shoot?
On single-shot mode, all you do is charge the weapon and pull the trigger, and the spring-loaded piston shoots the dart out. The dart will fly straight and true for about 15 feet, tops. The impact is minimal, truly, dangerous only to insects.
What is the Vulcan ebf-25 Nerf blaster?
The Vulcan EBF-25, also known as the Havok Fire EBF-25 in Europe, is an electronic belt-fed Nerf blaster that was released in 2008 under the N-Strike series. It requires six “D” batteries to fire automatically. It comes packaged with a twenty-five dart belt, tri-pod, ammo box, twenty-five Whistler Darts, and instructions.
How heavy is the Vulcan Nerf gun?
The Vulcan may have inspired the creation of the Air Zone Punisher Gatling Blaster and the Dart Zone Scorpion Gatling Blaster. It is the second heaviest Nerf blaster ever sold, at 7.7 lbs (3.49 kg), behind the Mega Mastodon and the Titan CS-50, which both weigh 7.72 lbs (3.5 kg).
What is the largest Nerf N-Strike Blaster?
Product description. The Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 gives you the auto-blasting advantage when you’re at foam-filled war with your friends and enemies. Children and adults ages 6 and up will love the EBF-25, the largest full auto blaster that Nerf makes. It lets you shoot 25 sonic micro darts at up to 3 darts per second for an offensive assault.
What replaced the Vulcan in the N-Strike Elite?
The Vulcan was spiritually succeeded by the 2014 N-Strike Elite Rhino-Fire, evident from their high capacities, fully automatic capabilities, and tripod cross-compatibility. The Vulcan can be modified to have a faster rate of fire, typically by increasing battery voltage.