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This value determines how scratched and worn the skin looks and which quality it falls under: 0.00 - 0.07 = Factory New 0.07 - 0.15 = Minimal Wear 0.15 - 0.38 = Field-Tested 0.38 - 0.45 = Well-Worn 0.45 - 1.00 = Battle-Scarred The highest and lowest possible wear values for this skin are shown on this scale. The Vulcan EBF-25, also known as the Havok Fire EBF-25 in Europe, is an electronic belt-fed Nerf blaster that was released in 2008 under the N-Strike series. It requires six "D" batteries to fire automatically. The Vulcan is a large blaster that has both a battery-powered automatic firing mode and a manual, single-fire firing mode which requires bolt priming.
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It is unique for using a belt system for loading and firing. It has three tactical rails: two on the sides of the blaster and a third on top of the blaster. It features a detachable tripod which allows for the blaster to be used stationary on any flat surface like a turret.
This tripod is attachable on the underside of the blaster via an attachment lug, which can also accept the Rhino-Fire tripod. It has a large carrying handle on top of the blaster, which allows the blaster to be fired from the hip. It also has three strap points on it for use with a sling, bandolier, or another form of carrying device.
One is located on top of the muzzle, another is located under the front of the blaster, and the last one is located at the end of the blaster. The Vulcan has an ammo box on the side of it, which allows it to store its belt. However, if it is not loaded correctly it will easily jam. When fired without batteries it can reach the ranges equal to that of the Longshot CS-6. It is possible, though notably hard, to detach the ammo box, leaving only the belt.
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It advertises a firing rate of up to three darts per second. Complete your N-STRIKE arsenal and prepare for the ultimate in battery-powered blasting! Be ready for any battle with the yellow N-STRIKE VULCAN EBF-25 blaster - an awesome, fully automatic dart cannon with three tactical rails!
Load the blaster with fresh batteries and fire at a rate of up to three darts per second! Watch as the belt feeds automatically through the blaster, letting the barrage of firepower continue as you battle your opponent. The piston-powered internal launching system makes it an unstoppable force! The removable tripod folds for easy transport - or a quick escape from enemy fire!
Even your toughest opponent won't know what hit him when you unleash the power of the N-STRIKE VULCAN EBF-25 blaster! Prototypes of the Vulcan were initially much larger and under a different title; its original name was Vulcan BF-50.
This name suggests a much larger original capacity as well as a lack of electronic functions, although The Ultimate Nerf Blaster Book revealed that the blaster was always intended to have a motorized direct plunger. The blaster was intended to have a larger, cylindrical ammo box that held a fifty dart belt, known as a "fifty dart belt drum". The blaster was also initially planned to have a rotary barrel, however, this was dropped due to complexity issues regarding the electronic systems.
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The Vulcan is one of the few blasters where prototypes surface; the Vulcan BF-50 has been used at promotional events in the past. It was advertised as having a release in fall of 2008. There was heavy speculation before pictures were revealed that it was going to be an air system blaster. Pictures were revealed several days later on the 18th of February. Early versions of the Vulcan featured a chrome-colored handle at the top of the blaster, no yellow plates on the tripod, and an orange belt. It also featured more yellow and less grey on the center of the shell. The Vulcan, in a more complete form, made an appearance at an unknown convention in early June of 2008.
The blaster was shown firing roughly between two and seven feet, barely leaving the blaster itself in some cases, leading to disappointment among some fans. The Vulcan would go on for many years as the Nerf line expanded although there never was another electronic belt-fed blaster.