CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Nerf N-Strike Stampede ECS
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- The Nerf N-Strike ECS blaster is one of the most awesome and exciting N-Strike developments released in over 40 years of Nerf brand history
- The first fully automatic Nerf Clip System blaster to date
- A removable shield allowing players to transition to Attack Mode
- The ultimate full auto clip system blaster complete with a Blast Shield, 3 Extended Clips, 1 Quick-Reload Clip and 60 darts
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The Stampede ECS launches three darts per second and boasts a 30-foot firing range. View larger.
The fully automated Nerf N-Strike Stampede ECS has the ability to launch an astounding three darts per second. Your child can either squeeze the trigger once to let a single dart fly, or hold the trigger down and have the Stampede launch Nerf darts in rapid-fire succession. With three extended 18-dart clips, a quick-reload 6-dart clip, and 60 Clip System darts, the Stampede is ready to reload and keep the foam flying.
Blast Shield Fire Up the Fun
The Stampede's accessories can be configured for all kinds of action adventures. The Stampede boasts a 30-foot firing range, so the backyard or basement can be covered in soft Nerf darts in no time. When the battle heats up, the Stampede's blast shield attaches quickly to fend off return "fire".
Designed for Realistic, Active Play
Weighing nearly 5 pounds and built of thick, durable plastic, the Stampede has the heft of a genuine article. Nevertheless, it's easy to hold and operate--even in the heat of battle--thanks to the trigger handle and two additional carrying handles integrated into the Stampede's stock.
What's in the Box
The N-Strike Stampede blaster with blast shield, three extended 18-round clips, quick-reload 6-dart clip, 60 Clip System darts, and directions.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, my son has several Nerf guns. This one definitely has a higher rate of fire power than any other he has. He also has a Nerf gun called a "long-shot" (or some such thing). The long-shot can shoot a bit farther than this gun, but you have to pump it every time you shoot. So, in an outside battle when distances are greater, the long-shot pump may have a slight advantage. But inside, or in any shorter distance battle, the Stampede will be the gun of choice.
Really, this thing is a lot of fun. My son and his 6-year-old sister are playing with it right now. There are dozens of Nerf darts laying around all over the living room. The 6-year-old has poor aim, so this causes all sorts of mayhem.
But fun is fun, and they are having plenty of fun. It is amazing how quickly they can fire 60 darts all over the place.
The only downside to this gun is it uses batteries, so every once in a while I will have to replace the six D-cells (which do not come with the gun). So this adds some cost. Also, the original buying cost is higher than other Nerf guns. But it does have 4 magazines and 60 darts included. So that adds some value. And watching my kids play with this thing makes it appear that if you figure the cost per hour of time played with the gun, the cost will end up being fairly low. The gun also seems to be well built and sturdy.
In any case, it is very fun and worth having for kids that like Nerf guns...or for the dads that battle it out with kids.
-Aesthetics, this blaster just looks cool and I am sure some will mod this blaster to look like a Halo pulse rifle.
-Shield, I wasn't to keen on this feature until playing in a shoot out. This shield offers amazing coverage to where most people shoot at you.
-Distance, the blaster uses the direct plunger system like the discontinued Longshot. Out of the box I am getting up to 30 ft. I don't plan on the LS spring mods since the gearing is plastic and they are too expensive to have them break that way.
-Rate of fire, nothing like being able to tag someone with a handful of darts in a few seconds
-Portability, it is about as lumbering as a LS but not as bad as the Vulcan.
-3x 18 -round clips, the blaster goes through darts like mad and its nice that Nerf includes several extra clips so you are not refilling a clip every 6 seconds (theoretical time it would take to go through 18 darts at 3 darts per second).Read more ›
It didn't hurt or anything, didn't even leave a mark, but it was pretty funny for the people who saw it bounce off my face.
Years have gone by and I never gave it much thought.
Then I saw this thing.
Oh yes. My revenge will be served cold and sweet like tea with a slice of lemon and a sprig of mint!!!
Sorry, on to the review.
The gun is very well made and feels good, the 6 D Cell batteries it takes to run it give it a good heft though smaller warriors might find it heavy after a while. The attachable bi-pod that goes on the front is good for steading it to take a shot if you're not running and gunning and the gun looks better with the shield off (in my opinion) but it will give you somewhere to hide your face from incoming headshots.
The rate of fire is steady and makes you greatful for those two extra large clips it comes with. There's a "safty" switch that changes the gun from off to single and automatic fire.
It is unfortunate that there's no method for shooting the gun manually, without batteries, but looking for something that will make a strong visual impression this model will not dissapoint.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's loud and heavy. You're not going to surprise anyone with this thing.Published 1 month ago by Andrew
Before the rapidstrike there was the stampede. More portable than the vulcan ebf 25 but a little heavier than the rapidstrike. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R.R.