Let's take a quick look at the 8 dart clip included.
Once primed, simply pull the trigger to fire, then repeat. Since the clip is not fully locked into place, it can be removed and replaced at any time, though note that if you switch or move clips at the wrong time, the first action of priming will also advance the clip. You can remove the clip by pulling/pushing it out the right side, or shoving it out with a new clip.
Note also that the Breakflip has slam-fire, though it isn't featured in the instructions. By design, the trigger only interacts with the catch mechanism when the handle is up, and so holding the trigger down and repeatedly priming the Breakflip will repeatedly fire and advance the clip.
Range wise, the Breakflip isn't anything special. It gets around 9-10m. Unlike most Nerf blasters though, the Breakflip is extremely and ridiculously consistent. No darts varied in range more than about 25cm. Which leads nicely into accuracy.
As has been said before, BoomCo darts are far, far more accurate and stable than Nerf's Elite darts, and with the Breakflip this is especially apparent. In my range testing, I had a spread of about a 20cm diameter at full range, which by Nerf standards is ridiculously good. At full range, hitting a human sized target is practically guaranteed, and hitting small targets such as soft drink cans is not difficult with a little practice.
Rate of fire is surprisingly good for a blaster of this style. The combination of slam-fire with a relatively short draw allows the Breakflip to achieve about 4dps with practice, though the technique required is highly impractical. One-handed flipping can reliably achieve just under 2dps, depending on which clip you use.
I purchased my Breakflip from ToysRUs in Malaysia for 108RM - at the time equivalent to 36AUD or 25USD. In Malaysia, Nerf is generally quite expensive in Malaysia, for instance the Strongarm is regularly at around 70RM (23.33AUD or 16.33USD), the Triad is usually at around 36RM (12AUD or 8.40USD) and the Cycloneshock is around 100RM (33.33AUD or 23.33USD). The Buzz Bee Blastzooka retails in TRU for 87RM (29AUD or 20.30USD), while the BoomCo Dynamag retails in TRU for 90RM (30AUD or 21USD). Compared to most blasters in Malaysia then, the Breakflip is actually pretty good value. It presents quite good performance and is relatively easy to pick up and use, but above all is also a ton of fun. Though perhaps not the most practical blaster you can get, and with a few ergonomic and usability issues, it is still quite usable and also quite different.
If you're looking for something a little different that can still be used effectively (especially when it comes to accuracy), or maybe something different that's a heap of fun, the BoomCo Breakflip is certainly something to consider.
Pros: Excellent accuracy, good one-handability, very fun to use, quite robust
Cons: Low range, one-hand flicking requires practice especially with larger clips, slower firing than pump action, ergonomics could be a little better
Rate of Fire: 4/5
Value for Money: 4.5/5
Personal Rating: 4/5 - it's really nice being able to point at a target and actually hit it, and the flipping action is a lot of fun and surprisingly effective.
A link to the review I posted on BlasterHub: link