As much as we love good old foam darts, they’ve got little on the sniping power of spinning discs. Nerf’s Vortex Pyragon Blaster packs a few (and then some), with its massive 40-disc drum magazine that ensures you won’t run out of ammo before the fight’s over. Otherwise, the Pyragon boasts a Slam-Fire handle that lets you shoot repeatedly as fast as you can slide it, a tactical rail for mountable accessories, and a range of over 60 feet.
When I took the Pyragon out of the box, I really like how sturdy it felt. Sometimes you feel like your toy is going to break if you accidentally push the wrong button, but that’s not the case. Even better, the 40 disc magazine is super easy to load. If you’re doing a lot of running and jumping while you’re playing, the Pyragon might be a little big. Even though it’s a pretty large toy though, it’s not very heavy which is definitely a good thing.
Therefore, on May 20, 2002, Pyragon, Inc. purchased the rights and assets to all of these products from Fluke Corporation. Pyragon, Inc. is a privately held C Corporation, incorporated under the laws of New York State in 1996. It is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of various instrument products, some of which are in the I/O field.
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The PYRAGON blaster features 40-disc rapid SLAM FIRE action. Load up 40 discs in the drum, then attach it to the blaster. To activate SLAM FIRE, just hold down the trigger, and slide the SLAM FIRE Handle repeatedly to unleash a nonstop stream of discs. The 40-disc drum also works with any magazine-fed VORTEX blaster (other blasters sold separately). The PYRAGON blaster also includes 40 bright-orange discs.