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Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Blaster - Nerf's Biggest Gun

Updated on October 19, 2011

Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25

The Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 is a beast of a gun that gives you the advantage of being able to shoot three darts per second. Whether you are on the offensive, or in defensive mode, this automatic gun will give you a huge tactical advantage. It is the largest fully automatic blaster that Nerf Makes.

While it is a little bulky to run around with, the multiple shots per second and the ability to load 25 shots make this one of the most popular blaster available. Watch your enemies run in fear when you bring this beast out!

Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Quick Notes

This is one of the best automatic Nerf Guns on the market and can be used in attack and defense – the key features are:

  • It’s a fully automatic dart cannon.
  • It has a belt that automatically feeds through the blaster.
  • It has a removable tripod.
  • It comes with ammo box, 25-dart belt, 25 sonic Micro Darts.
  • It is suitable for ages 6+

Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Details

The Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 is a very well made and sturdy gun; it’s very large and due to this can be a little cumbersome if not used with the tripod. It’s colored yellow and orange, and is clearly aimed more at long term battles than the quick battle.

It comes with a neat fold-up tripod, and ammobox and an ammobelt. Assembly takes about 10 minutes, and the instructions are fairly clear, although probably not needed for some people.

The ammobox hold 25 darts which are fed through the gun giving the user a huge tactical advantage, especially in defensive mode and using the tripod – there are some who will love to charge the enemy with this little beauty though – with a rate of about 3 shots per seconds, it’ll only take you 10 seconds to use the 25 darts – while it’s not the most accurate gun, it does shoot a good 30-35 yards and the sheer amount of darts being shot make up for the lack of great accuracy.

The belt is could have had more in it, but I guess Nerf wanted to make more money by getting you to buy the refill pack.

If you want, you can use this gun as a single –shooter, but for me that really seems like a waste as there are a lot more effective single-shot guns available.

The Vulcan EBF-25 features the Nerf Tactical Rail System – this means that the standard N-Strike accessories will work with it, allowing for more versatility. Overall it’s the biggest meanest gun Nerf makes, and it really does give a tactical advantage in battles – it’s great for cover fire on assaults, or for last minute defensive actions when being over-run by the enemy! Go out and get one (or two!) of these beauties now!

Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Warning

This gun isn’t really suitable for children under six as it has several items that can be choking hazards.

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