Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K, Blue (Amazon Exclusive)

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Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K, Blue (Amazon Exclusive)

Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K, Blue (Amazon Exclusive)

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You will need to shake the blaster around a bit as you load so the rounds nestle down into the hopper, but it is so much less fiddly than trying to load a magazine.

The rear sight on the top doubles as the catch, so you flip this over and then you can remove the hopper. Essentially it is a Khaos, but rather than have the incredibly complex 40 round magazine, the engineers at NERF have turned it upside-down and left gravity to feed the ammo into the chamber rather than the springs in the Khaos magazine.ThisIsWhyImBroke is reader supported, some products displayed may earn us a commission if you purchase through our links. There is also an ambidextrous safety catch that stops it revving, so check both of these if nothing happens. The Nerf RIVAL Nemesis MXVII-10K Blaster is going to make this Holiday Season a BLAST for anyone on your Christmas List. But if you are playing a long session, the internal capacity of this blaster helps even out this issue. I managed to clear several of them with a hefty shake, but one did require me to remove the hopper and fish the offending round out.

I'm used to Nerf blasters being silent or relatively 'clacky' experiences, this guy, when you prime the motor, it revs up like a small in hand vacuum. The other flywheel Rival, the Zeus, cannot use the rechargeable pack and so was really down compared to its big brothers, only managing 93 FPS. Alternatively, the Nemesis can also be powered with the Nerf Rival Rechargeable Battery Pack, should you already have one of those at home.Review of the Nerf Rival Nemesis, a powerful, full-automatic blaster with a large magazine, excellent performance, and intimidating looks. It makes for a fun in hand experience for the older set like myself but for the target demographic of real actual children, that weight could be a problem. The Nemesis has a fully automatic firing system and a firing capacity of 100 High-Impact Rounds that are loaded via a purpose-built hopper system. I've fought against battery powered Nerf toys for a while now since I've always felt the important part of using Nerf blasters was that anyone can power the toy with a simple motion of pulling back a lever or whatever device primes the ammo and pulling the trigger. Also this blaster is full auto, which means that you can only get a single shot with a short pull on the trigger.

The Nemesis is the second-most highest-capacity RIVAL blaster released, behind the Prometheus MXVIII-20K. Nerf brand blasters, alternative-brands, modifications, community made designs, competitive wars, Humans vs. Overall this is pretty rare, but it must be said that it does jam slightly more than the Khaos, but nowhere near as often as the HyperFire. Looking over the rest of the Nemesis, there is a set of iron sights on the top and a tactical rail on the hopper in front of the loading door.It did have a few stutters when the conveyor belt did not deliver a round to the flywheels in time, but it kept up a pretty consistent, and high, rate of fire. Because if you have 100 rounds to play with, of course, at least one of them will hit your target, right? As with all flywheelers you have to rev the blaster for a moment to spin up the flywheels before pulling the trigger or you get a very weak shot. If the Nemesis does jam (which rarely happens), the entire hopper chamber can be pulled out, which gives you almost full access to the internal mechanism.

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