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Nerf Vulcan EBF-25 Instructions

By Andrea Walk ; Updated April 18, 2017

Nerf products, which are made by Hasbro, have come a long way over the years. One of Nerf's earliest products was the nerf football. During the 1970s and 1980s, Nerf expanded its sports collection to include the Nerf basketball and baseball. Nowadays, Nerf's latest evolution includes a wide array of Nerf long-strike blasters, which fire foam darts from clips that attach to the toy guns. The Nerf EBF-25 N-Strike is equipped with a folding tripod and an ammo-feed box that holds up to 25 darts.

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Slip the carry handle into place on each side of the upper-middle section of the body of the blaster through the two holes and then slip the barrel tip through the barrel end of the blaster with the T-shape pointing up.

Locate the battery door and remove the screws holding it in place with the Phillips screwdriver. Insert the 6 D batteries. Match the positive-negative direction lines inside the battery compartment to the directional markers on the batteries themselves.

Slip the bolt-release bar through the mid-body of the Vulcan and then snap the other plastic bolt onto the end of it.

Snap the ammo box onto the latch on the left-hand side of the Vulcan EBF-25 with the breech cover in the up position. Open the breech cover once you have snapped it on.

Slip the Nerf darts into the bandolier and then connect the dummy cartridge on the bandolier into the feeding gear's notch. Place the bandolier inside the breech cover and then shut it.

Set the power switch to the "Off" position and pull the cocking rod back and fire to fire single shot. For full automatic fire, slip the power switch to the "On" position and fire.

Things You Will Need

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • 6 D batteries
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About the Author

Andrea Walk began writing in 2001, authoring user guides for technical software. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Loyola University, where she was a member of the Dean's Grade Review Committee for English. Walk is a member of the Automotive X-Prize team Global-E.

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