A photo comparison of the Elite, New Mega Dart, and old Mega Dart
About a week ago, a listing for an upcoming Mega series blaster called the Magnus blaster went up. Included in the description was text detailing the blaster, but no photos of it have been uploaded to this day. It is also unknown as to when this item will go up for sale. Production description can be found below.
Magnus blaster fires Mega Darts farther than ever
Mega Whistler Darts fly 85 feet and scream as they fly
Top-loading clip lets you reload fast one-handed
Magnus blaster works with Mega Darts only
Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 13.5 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Item model number: A4796
Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
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Your battles are about to get a whole lot bigger – Mega bigger. The Magnus blaster has the same high performance as other N-Strike Elite blasters, but it features bigger darts engineered to fire farther than ever. Launch Mega Darts at targets up to 85 feet away and dominate the biggest Nerf battle yet with the Magnus blaster. Its built-in, one-handed clip lets you reload fast to get back in the game and it comes with 3 Mega Whistler Darts that scream as they fly. Hit the battlefield with Mega power with the Magnus blaster. Nerf and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
Some people are speculating that Nerf will reuse the old “built in clip” style from the Dart Tag Speedload 6 & Quick 16. I personally wouldn’t mind that, just as long as it performs solidly and jams much less then the Dart Tag blasters I mentioned.
Stay tuned to the blog for the latest updates on this upcoming blaster.