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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There is always a short delay until the first round is fired, but this is more than injection style autos like the RapidStrike, and far larger than a semi-auto like the Stryfe for example. The Nemesis uses the same conveyor belt feeding system as the other Rival blasters, the Perses and the Prometheus, to pull rounds from the hopper into the barrel to shoot. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. To load ammo into the hopper and you simply slide open up the top door and drop in a hundred balls (I still find that awesome…. That adds to the heft of this already heavy blaster and the Rechargeable will both save you a ton of cash and lower that weight a bit.

The first thing that surprised me when I picked this blaster up, was that it is noticeably lighter than the Khaos.

Because if you have 100 rounds to play with, of course, at least one of them will hit your target, right? Although the NERF Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K Blaster is a lot of fun, I wouldn't want to drop it on a hard surface. Drops off a bit on full auto using D cells, might have to try the NiMH pack but other than tthat awesome. They built this big guy with older folks in mind (I'd say 12 and up crowd) so its a HEAVY toy without s ome sort of strap.

This mechanism is powered by 6 D-size batteries, so this baby is ready to power through some long sessions. The firing mechanism is similar to the Khaos and Hyperfire in that it uses a conveyor belt system to deliver the darts to the flywheels rather than the pusher arm used in earlier NERF blasters like the RapidStrike. So for the cost of a few changes of D batteries, the Rechargeable Battery Pack is a bit of a bargain in my eyes. The Nemesis is a flywheel blaster, which means has two battery-powered wheels inside which grab the balls and fling them out of the barrel. 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.Nerf brand blasters, alternative-brands, modifications, community made designs, competitive wars, Humans vs. If you’ve never played with a fully automatic blaster before, you’re in for a treat with the Nemesis.

ThisIsWhyImBroke is reader supported, some products displayed may earn us a commission if you purchase through our links.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. That's more than double the capacity of the previous heavy-support blaster— the Nerf Rival Khaos—which can only hold some 40 rounds in its monster magazines. The Nemesis is the second-most highest-capacity RIVAL blaster released, behind the Prometheus MXVIII-20K. The Nemesis MXVII-10K is named after Nemesis, the Greek goddess who enacts vengeance on those who succumb to hubris.

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