|This product has been discontinued. It can no longer be found in retail stores.|
30 XLR discs
|Average Retail Price(s):||
The Revonix360 (sometimes known as the Rotoslam 360) is a Fall 2013 Vortex blaster that holds 30 XLR discs. It has a similar pump to that of the Raider CS-35 and Pyragon. It was first shown off at the 2013 New York Toy Fair along with the Blazin' Bow. It had retailed for $39.99. It has a firing range of about 70 feet. The rounds are rotated from vertically to horizontally by means of a mechanism in the blaster. It got great reviews when it first came out. It is no longer available for purchase since its home line has since discontinued. It was supposed to come with a stock, but the stock was cancelled for unknown reasons.
How to fire Edit
Step 1 - Load 6 disks into each of the six chambers on the blaster's drum.
Step 2 - Pull the foregrip backwards.
Step 3 - Push the foregrip back forward and pull the trigger to fire 1 disk. Hold down the trigger and rapidly pump the foregrip back and forth to slam fire.
- The Revonix360 is the only Vortex blaster to have this unique style of reloading, similar to that of a Maverick REV-6.
- The internal magazine rotates after each shot, rather than rotating after one of the chambers in the internal magazine is out of ammo, so its advised that each chamber is fully loaded, to prevent dry firing.