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}}{{LimitedStock}}The '''Vulcan EBF-25''' (also known as the '''Havok Fire EBF-25''' in Europe) is a large fully automatic [[Nerf]] blaster of the popular [[N-Strike]] line modeled after a belt-fed light machine gun/machine turret, released mid-[[2008]]. It operates using a [[25-Dart Belt]], which can be modified to be endlessly long. However, doing this means that the standard ammo box provided will not fit the entire belt. It uses 6 "D" batteries. It comes with a single 25 round belt, 25 [[Sonic Micro Dart]]s, and a tripod. It also has 3 tactical rails, one on each side and one on top of the blaster. This blaster is included in the Nerf Wii game with its customized brother, the Vulcan Magma. The Vulcan has become notorious for jamming, though the most common reasons for jamming are because the darts are not tightly packed into each belt link. This causes very little air pressure to get to the dart which will frequently cause darts to get stuck between the chain and barrel. In 2009, a more reliable wave of Vulcans were released, and have much less jams. It was re-released in [[2013]] with a white and orange color scheme and stronger internals, but has since been discontinued due to the popularity of the [[N-Strike Elite]] line.
 
}}{{LimitedStock}}The '''Vulcan EBF-25''' (also known as the '''Havok Fire EBF-25''' in Europe) is a large fully automatic [[Nerf]] blaster of the popular [[N-Strike]] line modeled after a belt-fed light machine gun/machine turret, released mid-[[2008]]. It operates using a [[25-Dart Belt]], which can be modified to be endlessly long. However, doing this means that the standard ammo box provided will not fit the entire belt. It uses 6 "D" batteries. It comes with a single 25 round belt, 25 [[Sonic Micro Dart]]s, and a tripod. It also has 3 tactical rails, one on each side and one on top of the blaster. This blaster is included in the Nerf Wii game with its customized brother, the Vulcan Magma. The Vulcan has become notorious for jamming, though the most common reasons for jamming are because the darts are not tightly packed into each belt link. This causes very little air pressure to get to the dart which will frequently cause darts to get stuck between the chain and barrel. In 2009, a more reliable wave of Vulcans were released, and have much less jams. It was re-released in [[2013]] with a white and orange color scheme and stronger internals, but has since been discontinued due to the popularity of the [[N-Strike Elite]] line.
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