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The London 2013 Toy Fair is held. MyLastDart was given an interview and was allowed to test new products. Dart Tag will now be exclusive to Toys "R" Us in the United States. N-Strike is being slowly discontinued.
Feburary 9, 2013
The annual New York Toy Fair is held.
January 22, 2013
The annual British Toy & Hobby Association Toy Fair in London is held.
A Nerf commercial actor posted (and later removed) images of the Strongarm (N-Strike Elite) and Rough Cut 2x4 blasters. He also mentioned something about a "Nerf Evolution" commercial. Leaked images can still be found on Urban Taggers.
The Hail-Fire (formerly known as Hailfire) is a 2012N-Strike Elite blaster that can hold up to eight clips in a circular rotating ammo rack. It was released by Nerf on 4th August 2012. An official demonstration video was released during the night of June 14 to 15, 2012, showing the operation of the blaster. The Hail-Fire has two handles: a rear pistol grip and an advance handle on the top front. There are two triggers on the rear grip. The top trigger is the firing trigger and the bottom trigger is the acceleration trigger. The blaster has a rotating ammo rack that can be rotated to the next clip by operating the advance handle on the top front of the blaster, as seen in the video. The video also shows that the Hail-Fire is powered by four AA alkaline batteries. It costs 40 USD, and when fully loaded with eight 18 dart extension clips, becomes very heavy. It has a blue paint job and is slim at the back, then morphs into a large circle, almost like a lazy susan of clips, which is very wide, then the advance handle near the front of the blaster and then the barrel.
Great range, great accuracy, cool design, what more could one want? ...Well, except for the bolt-action. But hey, it's good for aesthetics!
Ammo: Streamline Darts
Pros: Very long range, very accurate in general, only jams due to human error.
Cons: Later version only came with 1 clip, less range because of weaker spring, original cannot fire Elite Darts.