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About this item

Highlights

  • Expand barrel to transform the blaster and select distance or accuracy dart blasting!
  • Blast darts up to 100 feet
  • Removable stock
  • PrecisePro darts allow for highly accurate blasting action
  • Includes blaster, 10 long distance darts, 10 PrecisePro darts, two 10ct clips and stock
  • Ages 6+

Specifications

Dimensions (Overall): 9.63 inches (H) x 36.75 inches (W)

Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up

Material: ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)

Features: Trigger mechanism, simple loading mechanism, easy loading

Firing Range Distance: 100 feet

TCIN: 76152108
UPC: 885954415502
Item Number (DPCI): 087-11-0899

Description

Buzz Bee Toys Air Warriors Mutator allows you to expand its barrel and transform the blaster for distance or accuracy dart blasting. By expanding the dart barrel position, one of the two blaster's dart clips is activated allowing you to choose long distance or PrecisePro accuracy darts. Once you have made you choice, aim and blast a dart up to 100 feet.
Item comes with dart blaster, two 10 count dart clips,
10 long distance darts and 10 PrecisePro darts. Recommended for children 6 years of age and older.
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 25 reviews
100% would recommend
24 recommendations
length of play: 5 out of 5
value: 4 out of 5
quality: 3 out of 5
broad age appeal: 4 out of 5

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5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Bree - 1 month ago
First off, this item is much bigger than expected! My son was very excited and surprised by the size of the blaster. The darts go a good distance and reloading is very simple and fast.
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Love this gun

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Lisha F - 2 months ago
My son loves this gun. To the point I really want to hide it from him. This gun comes with about 20 soft bullets. It's easy to use. But I guess alot of these toys are easy for little ones. It's nice a sturdy. Boys can break things just by looking at. I recommend buying more bullets. They get lost easy.
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the best nerf blaster

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
lhatzaw - 2 months ago
This is the toy that every boy would love to have it,it can be used by any age,i have 3 boys 10,6 and 5 and all loved playing with this gun.First at all itis huge comes with nerf bullets inside and also instructions easy to read it and set it up.It is very powerful nerf blaster and shot long distance so the best it to put eye protections and play outside.It is made from very sturdy plastic and should last for many many years.This nerf blaster would make a perfect gift for every boy.
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Awesome

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Cheetahbean - 2 months ago
Oh my gosh this thing is huge! I seriously thought getting it it would be small, but no my son can barely hold it haha! It's good quality although a little confusing to learn how to shoot it
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Averages 75 FPS (71 w/Nerf Elite darts); low ROF; 2 mag capacity.

4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Velocity - 2 months ago, Verified purchaser
My ProChrono Digital chronograph measured the speed of the darts fired by this stock Air Warriors Mutator blaster at an average of 71 feet per second (FPS) using Nerf Elite darts (it is capable of shooting any standard Nerf Elite darts; blue, green, white, orange, purple/light blue, Starwars themed, Alpha Strike, Accustrike, Waffle-tip, and assorted decorated darts). The standard average velocity of a Nerf Elite blaster is 70 FPS, but the overall average using the darts that the Mutator came with was 75. The Mutator’s main selling point is the ability to hold 2 magazines. Once this “springer” type bolt-action priming handle is pulled all the way back, the front barrel can be either extended or shortened, which serves as the switch between the 2 magazines. Pushing the barrel inwards raises the front magazine into the path of the breech, putting it into “Distance” mode. Pulling it outwards lowers that mag and raises the other like a seesaw, making it “mutate” into “Accuracy” mode. Once the desired mode is selected you can finish the priming process and pull the trigger to fire. Generally, longer barrels with foam blasters increase “barrel drag” which weakens shots. The Mutator’s designers used 3 telescoping tubes of graduated sizes (the outermost barrel is a bit wobbly when extended). The barrel is wide enough in diameter not to affect my Chronograph readings. It has a bolt-action priming handle but the tract is uncomfortably longer than other bolt action blasters. As a result, that the Rate Of Fire (ROF) is lower. You can feel the spring resistance halfway through the tract while you pull the bolt back, and the end of the tract is literally an inch from the start of the removable shoulder stock. With a press of it’s release button, this quirky shoulder stock swings upward and off a hook-like protrusion. There is a large clear plastic panel window on both sides of the blaster, allowing you to see which of the 2 dart mags are in use at the moment. It is cross-compatible with Nerf mags (including 18-dart mags) but drums will not fit. It is noteworthy to mention that the mag that is in the lower position (not in use) at the time is the one that drops when the mag release button is pressed. The blaster comes with 10 “Long Distance” darts and 10 “PrecisePro” darts (matching the 2 mag’s capacity). I experienced no jams other than the priming lock remaining activated after having fired a dart. I have determined that this was because the trigger activates the catch mechanism before the priming lock disengages. Therefore, the main trigger must be pressed all the way (or pressed again) until the priming lock disengages or you won’t be able to prime the blaster. There are no sling mount attachment points, but it does have a Buzzbee tactical rail on top of the blaster (Nerf accessories will not fit). If anyone cares to notice: there is a gasket on the barrel and a flip-up sight that goes up when the barrel is extended. Ergonomics of the pistol grip is surprisingly okay for me but there is a scrawny area on the handle where it connects to the main body that gives it an especially pronounced awkwardness. The black fore-grip sticking out in the front of the blaster requires the user to reach forward over 30 inches from the shoulder stock. In conclusion, the Mutator is a more expensive and low ROF sniper-type blaster that lacks a scope, but it has a place to mount one and has a nifty dual magazine alternating feature that can be used to hold double the dart capacity of other mag-fed blasters, including 2x 18-dart Nerf mags. Being nearly 38 inches long, it’s heft, bulk, and tiny handles makes the blaster seem like a result of the design team compromising with the marketing team’s wishes. Making the extendable barrel function as the switch between the magazines with Distance and Accuracy in mind was a smart gimmick. It may not apply in this case, but being mindful of “barrel drag” is commendable.
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broad age appeal: 4 out of 5
quality: 3 out of 5
value: 4 out of 5
length of play: 5 out of 5
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5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
3littleks - 2 months ago
This thing is amazing. It's huge! My son is super impressed. Pretty sure a few of the darts are now in the neighbors yard though. It shoots really far.
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Loads of FUN!!!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Derek - 2 months ago
WOW!!! The Air Warriors Mutator Blaster is super fun. I gave this to my son for his 10th birthday. He was amazed at how big it was. It was easy for him to use & the darts flew through the air for what seemed like forever. Great quality & much cheaper then the Nerf brand.
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Popular with my kids and friends

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Targetfanatx - 2 months ago
This was a huge hit at a recent playdate. All the kids fought over playing with it. It's pretty humongous though!
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