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Nerf N-Strike Longshot CS-6

by Hasbro
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Price: $249.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Two-in-one blaster
  • Blaster is more than three feet long
  • Can launch foam arrows up to 35' away
  • Aim with accuracy and precision using the targeting scope
  • Comes with one quick-reload clip
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Frequently Bought Together

Nerf N-Strike Longshot CS-6 + Nerf N-Strike Elite Dart Refill Pack (75 Darts)
Price for both: $262.78

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 23 x 13 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000ETQR3Q
  • Item model number: 61983
  • Our recommended age: 6 - 12 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,425 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (188 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Important Information

Safety Warning
Caution: Do not aim at eyes or face. To avoid injury: Use only darts designed for this product. Do not modify darts or dart blaster.

Product Description

Product Description

Take your blasting skills to the extreme with this two-in-one blaster! This blaster is more than three feet long and can launch foam arrows up to 35 feet away! Aim with accuracy and precision using the targeting scope. Two quick-reload clips hold a total of 12 STREAMLINE DARTS. There's even a fold-down bi-pod to help you steady your aim for important shots. Looking for a quick shot at close range? The blaster has removable parts to give you one-handed freedom with a single-shot blaster! In either mode, load up, aim, press the trigger and watch the darts go the distance! Includes blaster, 2 quick-reload clips and 12 STREAMLINE DARTS.

From the Manufacturer

Take your blasting skills to the extreme with this two-in-one blaster! This blaster is more than three feet long and can launch foam arrows up to 35 feet away! Aim with accuracy and pinpoint precision using the targeting scope. One quick-reload clip hold a total of 12 STREAMLINE DARTS. There’s even a fold-down bi-pod to help you steady your aim for important shots. Looking for a quick shot at close range? The blaster has removable parts to give you one-handed freedom with a pistol-style blaster! In either mode, load up, aim, press the trigger and watch the darts go the distance! Includes blaster, 1 quick-reload clip and 12 STREAMLINE DARTS.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The darts get jammed too easily.
P. Peery
The Longshot has a reputation for being one of the best Nerf guns there is.
Zwarru
The scope is useless, it just looks cool.
Enzo Irace

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

204 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 23, 2007
I'm definitely too old to be writing this review. Old enough to know better than to state my real age.

I own 3 of these. They're like potato chips, you can't have just 1. It's true, it's a little on the weak side straight out of the box, but Hasbro was thinking ahead. I suspect it was intentionally designed with the modder in mind because there's not a drop of glue anywhere. Just remove the screws and open the case. Once inside, you only need to add an extra spring. Don't worry about removing the restrictor. You'll get plenty of range with just the spring mod. My favorite source of springs? The dollar store. Buy yourself a toilet paper roll dispenser, remove the spring and insert it in tandem with the stock spring in the piston. Voila, you have 100 ft range. (Tish, that's French!) Okay, maybe not. I never measured, but I know I can shoot from one end of my apartment to the other with a nearly flat trajectory. That's easily 30 ft with virtually no drop. I'm sure you could get it to fly farther with a slight incline. If you need help with the mods, just google "nerf mods" and you'll find plenty of helpful sites. I don't recommend any in particular, but they're all more or less equivalent.

The most attractive feature, which drew me to it in the first place, is the clip-feed. Yes, it's prone to a bit of jamming if you're not careful. As long as you pull all the way back, and push all the way forward, with a smooth even stroke, you'll have no problems. How well you load the darts into the clips matter too. The common snag point is near the front of the clip so try to load them all the way back so the rear of the dart is flush against the flat surface of the magazine. Do that, and you shouldn't hit any problems. I like to quick cycle through my spares just for fun.
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85 of 95 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 10, 2006
People have been complaining, "oh, the accuracy is bad!" "oh, it doesn't shoot far enough." Well, I own the blaster and I figured out a secret: when loading the darts into the "clip", the darts have a small hole in them. Put them into the clip with the hole facing downward. Then, it is INCREDIBLY accrurate, and shoots INCREDIBLY far!

Other than that, the gun has a few problems: 1)The bolt handle twists around, which is generally not a problem, but it sometimes slips out off your hand (not often). 2) When you pull the bolt handle back (btw, the bolt handle charges up the gun), you can hear all these things clicking. Though this is not neccisarily bad, but it seems like someday they will break.

The rapid reloading feature is great, the gun has an extra slot for the clip, and after you get used to it, it's really easy to use.

The scope doesn't zoom, but unlike everybody else's complaints, I find it quite useful. It has a little crosshair with elevation markers, so that you can shoot LONG distances and still aim accurately.

Although, for little kids, this may not be the greatest, because although not heavy, its large and cumbersome for small kids, even without the front end attachment (which doesn't help that much, by the way). Also, it's a little TOO realistic (considering it's bolt-action, clip fed, has a scope, bipod and adjustable stock), and, again, might not be good for small children (but, com'on, its blue with bright orange highlights!).

Summing it all up, THIS THING IS MORE THAN WORTH EVERY PENNY, as long as you know my secret!

Thank you,

Fragments of a Funky Llama
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53 of 61 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 17, 2007
This gun is amazing! Some people say, "It only shoots ten feet!" or "The scope sucks!". Don't listen. The secret where you put the hole on the bottom works. Now I'm gonna run you through everything you need to know about this gun.

Accuracy:

When loading darts into the clip, put them with the hole on the bottom. When you shoot, if you are holding the gun straight, the dart will soar straight as can be. If you need to nail a target from far away, you want to keep one of your clips with just 1 dart. This one dart should have the hole perfectly on the bottom. If you have all 6 darts in the clip it is harder to make sure that they all have the hole right on the bottom, so I carry one clip with all 6 darts, and one clip with one dart.

The other really important thing about accuracy is practice. Practice long distance shots holding the gun different ways and looking through the sight different ways. You will stumble along one way that fits you best and helps you to have accurate shots. This is what I did and I found a way that nails the target every time (and from 50 feet away). Remember, practice practice practice!

Distance:

Who doesn't want a gun that can nail targets from long enough away to be out of their firing range? Well this gun has it. Most people modify their gun to shoot 100 feet or so. You can, but it is RISKY! I'm not going to put my $30 gun at stake. Anyway, this gun can shoot from 50+ feet away. I'll tell you how.

Now that you have accuracy down, you just need to get your darts to go the distance. First find your target in your scope. Then slowly tilt your gun up. Your target probably won't be visible in your scope, but just trust me. Once you've aimed high above your target, let her rip.
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