Continuing from yesterday, today we are going to take a look at the ToQ Blaster.
The ToQ Blaster comes with the Scope Ressha. This is my first Super Sentai weapon, and I can already feel a difference. It has a much larger grip, which is still small for my hands, but I am pretty big, so I figured it would be a little small. Way better than the Dino Charger that I have from Bandai America.
On the side, there are two rotating boxes, like at the train station. In Blaster Mode, it says Blaster Mode. When the handle is switched around, the signs rotate to say Sword Mode.
The ToQ Blaster comes with the Scope Ressha. It was used really early on in the show, and basically targets the bad guy, leads up with a great sound and then blasts him. The sound the blaster makes when the charger is installed is fantastic.
To get into Sword mode, the handle flips around, and the blade is released and rotated into position. It is not a super long weapon, more like a ToQ knife, but the idea is sound. There is a line that runs from the tip of the blade all the way down the length of the blaster to the handle to show where the blade would be, if it were actually sharp.
The Scope Ressha is a little single car Ressha. It looks great. It has crosshairs on the front, like a scope, and it even has the knob on top for focusing. It can be attached to the arm of ToQ-Oh, presumably to give him better aim with the Fumikiriken.
In case you so desire, I have uploaded a video of the great sounds that ToQ Blaster makes. I love how fast it can rapid fire, which happens quite often in the show.