::ahem:: The Nerf Pulsator was released in 1998 under the "Mega Blitz" lineup and fired 6 Ballistic Balls. Instead of using a trigger, you'd pump the front handle as it's two barrels shifted in and out to fire sequentially one after another. If you're not familiar with the hilariously 90s commercial, have a looksee below.
That's all great and good, but what does Bobololo think about this blaster? Why go out into the wild with such a loose cannon?
"The Pulsator is, in my opinion, one of the most underrated blasters ever made by Nerf. Is it accuracte? No. Does it get good distance? No. So why is it so great? Because it's fun! Hardly anyone understands what I mean by that until they try it out. If the commercial doesn't give you an idea, nothing will. Perfect for awfuls rounds, and perfect for any armory." - Bobololo
He brings up a point that I think is forgotten all too easily. Nerf makes toys. Toys are for fun. Sometimes it doesn't matter if it gets dismal ranges or if it's not practical. The sheer entertainment of something that crazy, like the Pulsator, is what makes it great. I'm guilty of getting caught up in technicalities and details where I could just take a step back and enjoy that it's a toy blaster.