Nerf Rival Khaos MXVI-4000 Blaster

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

As Nerf looks to keep teenagers interested in their products, the beloved brand is raising the bar a few notches. At the 2016 New York Toy Fair, Nerf will pull the curtain back on the Rival Khaos MXVI-4000 Blaster, the first fully automatic blaster to shoot projectiles at speeds of 70 MPH.

Nerf’s Rival Blasters were a huge step forward in office warfare, but there was one thing fans were begging for from the Zeus blaster – and that’s for it to be fully automatic. While enthusiasts were taking to YouTube to showcase their hacked auto blasters, Nerf was busy building an official gun. The Rival Khaos MXVI is the first fully automatic blaster in the Nerf Rival line. Powered by six D-sized batteries, this thing will be a game changer when it releases later this year, letting you dump a whole clip without ever taking your finger off the trigger. [Purchase]

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