The Rhino-Fire is a clip system blaster that features the ability to use two clips or drums at a time. It has two barrels which alternately fire. The barrels also collapse one after another when firing.
It features two tactical rails on top of the blaster, and one tactical rail on each of the magwells. It also has two strap points. It will not work with only one drum and/or clip inserted. It is advertising a firing range of up to ninety feet.
Dominate any battlefield with the double-barrel assault of the Rhino-Fire blaster! You can launch a blizzard of darts at targets up to 90 feet away from the blaster’s two barrels, and its motorized firing puts you in control of the rate of fire! The blaster’s 2 drums hold 25 darts each, and comes with 50 Elite Darts. Remove the tripod when you’re on the move or attach it to steady your shots when you’re firing from a secure location. You’ll overwhelm the competition with the motorized, rapid-firing Rhino-Fire blaster!
It may be intended as a spiritual successor to the Vulcan EBF-25as both blasters feature tripods and high dart capacity.
This was a Wal-Mart exclusive during the 2014 holiday season in the United States.
The Rhino-Fire has been released with the following color schemes:
- N-Strike Elite (white, blue, black, silver, and orange)
- Double Your Darts (blue, white, black, silver, and orange)
A value pack was released for the Rhino-Fire in winter of 2015, packaged with two extra twenty-five dart drums, fifty extra darts, and six pre-packaged “D” battteries. The Rhino-Fire included in this pack is the blue variant; this is the only way to obtain the blue Rhino-Fire. This blaster set is exclusive to Costco Wholesale stores in the United States.
- It is one of the few Nerf blasters that can hold more than one clip at a time. The others being the Double Dealer which can hold two clips, and the Hail-Fire, which can hold eight clips.
- It is one of the most expensive Nerf products ever released.
- The only product more expensive is the TerraScout.
- Some users have noted that the packaged drums are not as reliable as other twenty-five dart drums, such as those in the Rampage.
- This blaster’s value pack was the first instance of a blaster having pre-packaged batteries. Soon after, all of the GlowStrike blasters had pre-packaged batteries as well.