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How many and what type of batteries are required for Nerf Dart Tag Strike Fire Two-Pack?

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Wow, this is hands on the dumbest question EVER.

You know, no offense or anything...

Look- this is a manually operated toy.

Unless you or I got the name screwed up, or that picture up above is incorrect...

Oh wait, I just looked at it on Amazon.

Two solutions-

1.) READ THE INSTRUCTIONS, THEY'RE THERE FOR A REASON!!!

2.) Pull the cocking slide on top of the gun back, after inserting a bullet. Pull the trigger to fire.

That's all!!!

Oh yeah, 1+1=2, in case you didn't know that either.

LOL just kidding!!!

Good luck (idk why)...

Posted on Feb 27, 2011

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2011

    Wow that is the least helpful response ever.

    I asked the question because I was trying to order the item online and Toys R Us.com says it requires 2 batteries but their customer service never got back to me about what type. I would gladly have read the instructions had I actually ordered the item and had it in hand. Was just trying to be prepared and find out if it was 2 batteries per item or total since it is a 2pack.

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