Friday, September 30, 2011

Air Zone Quickfire Auto Fed Belt Blaster

Finally some pics of the Air Zone Quickfire. Made by Prime Time Toys, this is a flywheel belt fed blaster. Most of Prime Time Toys flywheel guns are pretty solid except the Gatling Blaster. Runs off 6 AA batteries and gets ranges of 40 feet according to Buffdaddy. I will have a full review once I get a hold of one. $30 at Toys R Us.

Thanks to Buffdaddy Nerf for the pics, check them out for more pics and info.



Pic from Dart Zone darts refill box by Prime Time Toys. The gun looks like it has changed a little but the kid in the picture looks to be the same as the one on the front of the Air Zone box.

20 comments:

  1. http://sgtoyz.blogspot.com/2010/09/a2-power-strike-quick-fire-48-blaster.html

    probably that

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  2. Icedragon, that's already on the TRU website.

    My money goes on the pistol with drop cylinders. Although at that price, I hope there's more than that.

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  3. @icedragon3853

    It would say power strike 48 blaster if it was that. this is a new gun.

    voss

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  4. Might be a single pack of the quickfire 6 twin pack!

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  5. I'd say the Quickfire 12.

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  6. maybe, other blasters at that price include the twin moto fire fire blaster, most likely a flywheel blaster of some sort, because it's airzone

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  7. Actually it can't be a powerstrike 48, we're dealing with something interesting here the box dimensions are larger than a powerstrike48 but the weight is lighter:
    Product Weight:3.6 pounds
    Product Dimensions(in inches)37.4 x 10.9 x 3.9


    the closest product I could find is the berserker
    Product Weight:3.7 pounds
    Product Dimensions(in inches)23.6 x 10.5 x 4.6
    this thing is long

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  8. hope its a smaller powerstrike, say a powerstrike 24

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  9. i actualy just bought it it is a machine gun looking gun that is belt fed, wicked cool! it is called (at toys r us) Quickfire Auto Fed Belt Blaster it has a detachable stock and performance is quite good for a fly wheel

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  10. watch me show off this gun look for account maguyverjr and watch new gun no one has seen before thats it!!!

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  11. "i actualy just bought it it is a machine gun looking gun that is belt fed, wicked cool! it is called (at toys r us) Quickfire Auto Fed Belt Blaster it has a detachable stock and performance is quite good for a fly wheel"

    seems plausible, compared to the $25 Dartzone Gatling Blaster: 24 x 10 x 5 inches 3.7lbs
    a similarly built blaster without rotating barrels and a stock ought to weight similar but have a longer dimensions and cost slightly less, please do post pictures

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  12. iknowmy3tables,

    its real. maguyverjr just said so and he has it!

    voss

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  13. I just found it at my TRU too, more info and pics up in a bit :)

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  14. it looks like a G36 to me, kind of cool, love the stock, i bet some will mod if for nerf, the magazine is genesis that "it" is the battery compartment, such a cool looking gun, i hope it works well

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  15. Wow... They have space for magwell, and we all know clip-fed flywheel guns work... Yet they make it belt-fed? I guess it's so it doesn't look too much like a G36.

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  16. You know, now that I think about it, it looks more like an FN FAL than a G36.

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  17. man wish i could put the stock on airzone triple shot

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  18. Belt-fed bonanza, baby!!!

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  19. so the batteries go in the clip, and its a belt fed rifle... color me confused but this seems slightly silly. reloading, depending on the belt design is going to be a bitch.

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  20. Pitty it's the only one that comes with a "Punisher" style belt....been looking everywhere for one.
    Cyph3r

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