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Ruff Stuff Air Blasters Rapid Fire Rifle by BuzzBee (Sep 9, 2006)
Buy new: $33.49
Do not point launcher at people or animals. Do not put any objects other than dart provided into the launcher. Do not attempt to modify dart or launcher in any way. All the packing material must be removed by adult. Do not aim at eyes or face.
Perfect for any little Western gunslinger, this double-barrel single shot shooter fires foam darts one after another in rapid succession. It's so real that it even releases the shells after each blast. It includes six safe, foam darts and it measures 28 long.
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an engineer's marvel and fun to play with, April 9, 2007
By Rei Shinozuka (Ridgewood, NJ USA) - See all my reviews
It's a remarkable little toy, one which is not only fun to play with, but just fun to marvel at how the designers managed to duplicate the real-life mechanisms in a level-action rifle and the box magazine. This is not "pump action" as the forestock does not move; all the compressive force required to launch the dart comes from the lever action (forward pull compresses the spring). The designers faced a compromise, more power would have required a harder pull, which might make it difficult for kids less than 8-9. An easier pull would limit its range, which is decent but not outstanding. As it is, the action requires sufficient force that the designers wisely made the lever out of metal, not plastic. Loading the cartridges one by one against the spring tension into the box magazine, sliding it into the receiver, cycling the action and having the empty shell forcefully eject, followed by the smooth loading of the new cartridge, is all quite satisfying. In a pinch you can be shooting like John Wayne in Rio Bravo.
It rivals the 6-shot maverick for fun-factor (they also use the same type of darts), and the only caveat I can offer is that smaller kids younger than 8 or 9 might find the lever action hard.
not enough blast, March 8, 2007
By R. Ferguson (Harlingen, TX) - See all my reviews
I bought this rifle for my son on his birthday. He's got a collection of the various models and was excited to finally get this one. Unfortunately he was dissapointed after he loaded it up and fired off a few darts. The range was pitiful, in some cases between three and five feet. We were going to send it back but my son wasn't willing to give up on it so easily. He substituted some of the lighter darts from one of his other guns and was pleasantly surprised when he was able to shoot over 15 feet. Now it's his favorite.
I was really surprised at the poor performance of this particular rifle. Hopefully it was just a bad unit.