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The Apollo XV-700 is a 2015 Nerf RIVAL blaster that holds 7 High-Impact Rounds. It is the entry-level model in the series, and packs a punch despite being small. It is extremely potent, having excellent range and power. As it belongs to the RIVAL series, it is meant for older Nerfers.
The Apollo is the small blaster of the line. It has a large charging handle located up top, which is to be pulled back to prime the blaster. The gun also has a safety, which prevents it from being fired unless it is disabled. It comes in two colors; red and blue. The RIVAL logo is seen on the side.
Internals Editplunger and a firing trigger, along with a few springs.
Position in Theme Edit
The Apollo is the secondary of the lineup.
Blaster Co-relation Edit
The Apollo is the smaller brother of the Zeus MXV-1200.
Like all other blasters, the Apollo has faults. The main fault is that could be hard to prime. This is mainly due to having a very strong and heavy spring.
How to Fire Edit
Step 1 - Load 7 rounds into the included 7-round magazine.
Step 2 - Load the magazine into the pistol grip.
Step 3 - Disengage the safety if you haven't already.
Step 4 - Pull the charging handle back and release.
Step 5 - Pull the trigger to fire a round.
- The Apollo can fire cheeseballs as an alternative ammunition out of its magazine, as shown by YouTuber LordDraconical as a joke.
- The Apollo is known to be able to burst-fire, as shown in YouTuber pSyKSG's Apollo, where he primed it four times before he then fired off a few shots. However, not all Apollos can burst fire.
- The Apollo retails for 24.99 USD and it is currently the least expensive RIVAL Nerf blaster. However, it is very expensive for the cheapest Nerf blaster in series.
- The Apollo XV-700 is named after Apollo, the Olympian god of the sun. Apollo is also the twin brother of Artemis, who which the Artemis XVII-3000 blaster is named after.