Adventure Force Tactical Strike Quantum

Last Updated on April 9, 2022 by ellen

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If your kids enjoy outdoor adventure toys, check out the Adventure Force Tactical Strike Quantum! Even as young adults, my kids enjoy outdoor tactical games. It’s an awesome way to get them outside and off their phones and game systems.

Adventure Force Tactical Strike Quantum

Adventure Force Tactical Strike Quantum

Let the super-charged match begin! Players can have endless battles with the Quantum – the biggest Adventure Force Tactical Strike blaster yet that holds up to 100 Rounds! Fully Automatic Team Competition Firepower includes 75 Tactical Strike Rounds.

The Quantum comes with 6 Team Color Markers that quick-snap into the side of the blaster. Pick your squad and change teams in seconds. Whether Team Green, Blue, or Red, everyone will want the Quantum on their side to own the next battle.  The Quantum is designed to dominate without breaking your bank as well. Top of the line performance for under $50 retail with the Adventure Force Tactical Strike Quantum.

Adventure Force Tactical Strike Quantum

Quantum features:

  • High capacity hopper holds up to 100 rounds
  • Motorized flywheel requires 6 “D” batteries (not included)
  • Includes 75 Tactical Strike Rounds (purchase the 150 Round Refill)
  • Rounds compatible with all Adventure Force TacticalStrike Ball Blasters & most standard Nerf Rival Blasters

My thoughts:

This really is an awesome outdoor toy for kids to play with. I love that it comes with 75 Tactical Strike Rounds AND that you can buy a refill for even more. One of the things that turns me off of a toy is having only one or two rounds to play with. And, since this works with other Adventure Force Tactical Strike Ball Blasters and Nerf Rival Blasters, your kids can have fun with other toys they already have or form teams with siblings and friends that have other toys.

Since this is intended for ages 14 and up, I knew the kids would enjoy it. It’s not so much a “toy” In their eyes as something fun to do outside. It’s really well made and will stand up to being used by older kids. We found it to be quite accurate when aiming and the rounds go a fairly good distance.

Look for this at stores like Walmart and on Amazon.

Check out the Legendfire Powershot Blaster from Dart Zone.

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