Rain Down A Foam Dart Hellstorm With The BoomCo Dartsplosion Blaster’s 72 Rounds


Being a new outfit trying to compete with toy blasters from a company as popular and established as Nerf is no easy battle. You will need to make big moves. BoomCo, obviously, thought that means they needed to release a blaster of absurdly-large proportions: meet the Dartsplosion.

Even bigger than Nerf’s massive Rhino-Fire, the double-barreled blaster can hold up to 72 rounds of Smart Stick foam dart ammunition, which it can unload in pairs at a high rate of succession. Keep your finger on the trigger and you can empty the entire haul in mere seconds, allowing you to stage a heavy, rapid-fire hellstorm of an attack on any unfortunate target. And, yes, we pity whoever will be tasked to pick up all those foam darts on the floor.


The BoomCo Dartsplosion comes with two drum magazines (36 rounds each), two barrels, and a large body best handled with two hands. Able to shoot in two modes, it can launch single or dual darts with every pull of the trigger (just flip a switch to change), with the drums alternating releasing darts when you’re sniping targets single-shot style. Do note, that much firepower requires a serious power source – in this case, the blaster requires feeding on six C-cell batteries, which adds a full pound of weight to the assembly all on their own.   Oh yeah, the blaster comes with a large 72 label on the side, just so your enemies never forget how much ammo you have on tap.


Slated to launch later this month, the BoomCo Dartsplosion is now available for preorder, priced at $79.99.

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2 Responses

  1. Christopher

    This is so beast, I would have always won our nerf-gun battles back in the day if I had one of these bad-boys wow haha! i love the semi-automatic feature, definitely give sit more a real feel. this thing looks like a 50cal! it takes a lot of battery juice, but hey at least you don’t have to give it all of that pump-action energy all of the time like the older ones. pretty sweet that they include a few targets that will actually work with the darts too–as it can be hard to find–safe–things to shoot these at sometimes, especially if friends aren’t around. the price is definitely pretty steep, would have only costed about 40 bucks or less back in the day, but i guess thats economy for ya! 72-shots, that’s nuts!


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