200px-Nerf logo 1992 r This product has been discontinued. It can no longer be found in retail stores.
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15 Ballistic Balls

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Nerf Action

The Ballzooka is a 1994 Nerf Action serers ball blaster that holds and fires up to 15 Ballistic Balls. It is no longer available for purchase because its product line has since been discontinued. When it was released, it retailed for around $29.99. It got good reviews when it first came out.

It is a pump-action weapon with a rotating turret, which has five barrels. Up to three balls can be loaded into each barrel, and when the rear grip is pulled back, a ball is fired. When the pump is pushed forward afterwards, the turret rotates to another barrel, from which another ball is fired. Repeating the pump action over and over allows for a rapid-fire barrage. It looks somewhat like a Milkor MGL grenade launcher.

How to FireEdit

Step 1 - Load up to 15 Ballistic Balls, up to three per barrels.
Step 2 - Pull back the rear grip to prime the blaster.
Step 3 - Push the rear grip forward to fire. To fire multiple balls, repeat the pumping motion.

Trivia Edit

  • Even though it can load and fire up to 15 Ballistic Balls, the blaster only comes included with 10 balls.
  • The blaster was seen in Seinfeld, as well as Blank Check and Karate Kid II. It also makes an appearance as a usable weapon in Bubsy II.
  • It also appeared as a weapon in Nerf Arena Blast. It would have also appeared in the cancelled Atari Jaguar CD title, Max Force: The Video Game alongside the Arrowstorm.
  • It is succeeded by the Motorized Ballzooka MP-150 of the Power Nerf series.
  • The unreleased Larami SuperMaxx 1600 has a similar turret.
  • The RIVAL series Artemis XVII-3000 is similar in a few ways to the Ballzooka, in which it is a ball-firing blaster with rotating barrels.

Commercial(s) Edit

Toys Camp Nerf

Toys Camp Nerf

Nerf Ad- Ballzooka (1994)

Nerf Ad- Ballzooka (1994)

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