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Not to be confused with Rip Rockets (ammo).

Rip Rockets
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Year Released:

1993, 1996

Available?:

No

The Rip Rockets family of Nerf products was a successful attempt to make smaller blasters for more people to enjoy, and for a lower retail price. The line ran in 1993. It was then followed up by Hyper Rip Rockets in 1994 and Ambush Rip Rockets in 1995. The line was resurrected in 1996, albeit briefly.

Comparison Edit

 
Name Range Accuracy Rate Ammunition
Blast Hammer 33 feet 59% 1.63 seconds Micro Darts
Detonator 44 feet 55% 1.74 seconds Micro Darts
Ramrod 28 feet 40% 1.78 seconds Micro Darts
Switchfire (1996) 19 feet 50% 1.31 seconds Micro Darts
Whipshot 27 feet 55% 1.89 seconds Micro Darts

NOTE: For a comparison between each's blasters stats, look here

Blasters Edit

# Picture Name and Info
1
Blast Hammer
2 Detonator
Detonator
3 Ramrod TMG
Ramrod
4 Switchfire 96
Switchfire
5
Whipshot

TriviaEdit

  • Rip Rockets is the range where the Micro Dart (known as the Rip Rocket at the time) was first introduced.

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