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Phantom Corps is a group of rogue specialists who may join Team Red or Team Blue today, then challenge them tomorrow. Nerf Rival battles will never be the same! Go into battle as a member of the Phantom Corps team with the breech-loading Kronos XVIII-500 blaster that features the team's identifying color and logo. Open the breech to load 5 high-impact rounds into the blaster, then prime it with the spring-action cocking mechanism, take aim, and fire! The blaster sends the rounds blasting into battle at 90 feet per second (27 meters per second). This Nerf Rival blaster also has a trigger lock, and tactical rail. It comes with red and blue flags that players can wear whenever they choose to join Team Red or Team Blue. Experience the intensity of Nerf Rival with the Nerf Rival Phantom Corps Kronos XVIII-500 blaster!
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Includes blaster, 5 rounds, 2 flags, and instructions.
Includes 5 high-impact rounds
Spring-action mechanism, trigger lock, and tactical rail
Fires rounds at 90 feet per second (27 meters per second)
Comes with red and blue team flags
Nerf Rival Kronos XVIII-500 Phantom Corps Blaster is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Simple, cool, and crazyI bought this for my 6yr old for Xmas. I thought it was neat and when we finally got to try it out. Well, I wasn't expecting the power and accuracy it had.... I honestly want to buy another to play with him! Not really a good too to play in the house the...lol!
Date published: 2018-12-26
Rated 5 out of
Excellent blaster with great performance!This is my first ever Rival blaster and after playing with it, I'll definitely get more Rival stuff. To start off, the ammo for this thing shoots VERY far and is very accurate, loading it into the internal magazine is also very fun because it loads like a shotgun. The overall look of the blaster is great, I personally like the blockiness of it. The good size makes it feel like a large sidearm that can even be a primary blaster. The only thing I dislike about it is that I can't unload the balls from the magazine, I must fire off all five of them. Besides that small gripe, this blaster would really appeal to older teenagers like myself as it is heavier than and shoots harder than the N-Strike blasters.