Nerf Rival Khaos – The New MXVl-4000 Blaster – Red or Blue Team
Toys for Big Kids
The new Nerf Rival Khaos MXVl-4000 is big. It uses the Nerf Rival high impact rounds and not Nerf Elite darts. It's fully motorized, heavy, has a huge 40 round magazine, and is a true rapid firing blaster.
It's a blaster for big kids - not youngsters!
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No assembly is required. Just load the huge easy-load magazine with the high impact ball rounds, fit batteries and you are ready to go. Yes, batteries. The Khaos is fully motorized and needs 6 'D' cells to power it up. That makes it kinda heavy.
The rapid fire MXVI-4000 is supplied in red or blue to differentiate for team playing.
It has a tactical rail on the top and another beneath the barrel at the front, so you can attach a scope and a grip if you wish.
It has an ambidextrous magazine release and a trigger lock.
There are front and rear sights which fold up or down, and a fixed stock.
Any ammo jams can be cleared via an access panel on the side of the body.
The magazine does not reload quickly. It can take a bit over a minute to refill.
There's a slider at the back of each of the four columns that make up the magazine, that need to be slid to the bottom of the mag and clipped in position before the high impact rounds can be fed in.
This blaster fires fast and hits hard. Just pull the trigger and it keeps firing until the magazine is empty.
Nerf Rival Khaos MXVl features at a glance...
- In the box: Rival Khaos Blaster, magazine, 40 x Rival ammo & instructions.
- Features fully automatic action from this motorized blaster.
- Flip-up front and rear sights.
- Fixed stock.
- Side access door on blaster body to clear jams.
- Mag release button on both sides.
- 40 rounds of high impact ammo.
- 100 feet per second velocity.
- Batteries: 6 x D cells required. These are NOT supplied
- Recommended age: 14 years and older. NOT suitable for younger kids.
The downside of the Nerf Rival Khaos is, I think, that it is heavy due to the 6 x 'D' cell batteries, and it's also a bit pricey. The 40 round magazine is an attractive feature but you do go through them pretty fast, when you mainly shoot on rapid fire.
Nevertheless, it is an impressive blaster and already has many satisfied users. The rounds are fired pretty fast so eye protection should be considered mandatory. Especially where two or more kids are competing against each other.
The Nerf Rival Khaos MXVl-4000 is competitively priced at Amazon and it's worth checking out the price.
Eye protection plus extra ammo rounds are essential buys in addition to the Khaos.