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Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage

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Price: $32.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Rampage blaster fires Elite Darts 75 feet
  • Use the slam fire handle to fire a storm of darts at your target
  • Tactical Rail is compatible with most N-Strike accessories (sold separately)
  • Elite Darts work with all N-Strike Elite blasters and most original N-Strike blasters
  • Includes Rampage body, drum connector, 25-dart drum magazine, 25 Elite Darts and instructions
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Product Details

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 21.3 x 13.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00DW1JT3I
  • Item model number: 98697F01
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #763 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

It's time to take your N-Strike battling to the next level with the Rampage blaster. With a 25-dart drum magazine, the Rampage blaster gives you an incredible rapid-fire blitz, firing revolutionary Elite Darts at a range of 75 feet. Release a storm of darts at your target by sliding the slam fire handle repeatedly while you hold down the trigger. The drum magazine works with other Clip System blasters (sold separately) and the Elite Darts work with any Elite blaster and most original N-Strike blasters (sold separately). For the final word in today's blaster technology, you need the Elite customization and interchangeable parts of the Rampage blaster.

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Customer Reviews

Much better than the Nerf guns that shoot the discs.
Amazon Customer
The best thing is you can buy bullets to replace the ones that are lost!!
Very hard to fix jams caused by darts put in backwards 3.
Dana Gottfried

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 123 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 12, 2012
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The title says it all. 45 to 60+ foot range + slam fire + 25 dart drum + clip system = awesome = this gun. It can even be used as a range weapon or combat weapon. That's how awesome this gun is. Now, here is a list of pros and cons:


Range- 45 to 60+, it slightly increases in slam fire

Rate of Fire- varies for each person, 2 1/2 to 4 per second is average in slam fire

Weight- it is surprisingly light

Capacity- it holds 26 darts (but comes with 25)

Reloading- fast with multiple clips

Locations for accessories- has 2 tactical rails, a stock attachment, and compatible with the 35 dart drum

Accuracy- good in single shot mode

Assembly- easy to assemble


Reloading- it takes forever to fully reload the drum

Weight- it is very unbalanced

Ammo- it only works well with elite guns, and isn't sold separately yet

Jamming- if reloaded improperly, it will make a HUGE jam*

Overall, this gun is my favorite gun, despite some of it's nasty flaws. This is a high power high fun gun, and I would recommend it to any Nerf fan.

*The slam fire handle will be stuck in a forward position, making it hard to clear the jam or remove the drum. But if you press the drum release button and yank out the drum, the handle will slide back, so you can clear the jam.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By spacephrawg on September 2, 2012
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This blaster is great. It just is. The Raider, the earlier version of this, and reliability issues as did its 35rd magazine. This blaster only ever jams if you have a deformed dart in it. It is very accurate as well. I've gotten so many repeat kills at distances of as much as 30ft it isn't even funny.

The 75 foot range claimed on the box is what the blaster can achieve if you arc the shot. More often it would be like 70 or so. Shooting flat, you'll get about 55 ft most of the time. Thing is, that's such a marked improvement over the old blasters that I still give it high marks especially since it's fairly accurate at those ranges.

The reason for the power is that the internals are now a direct plunger system. Direct plunger means it's like a conventional syringe. After the famous longshot came out, everyone started modifying its direct plunger system so the blaster could get more than 100ft ranges. Until this year, almost ever blaster they came out with since had a reverse plunger system where the plunger was like a cap. Its the structural inverse of a syringe. The Elite blasters are a return to the syringe direct plunger, which is great, but many people have tried to modify them with limited improved results.

The Rampage's internals are very simple and have fewer parts than the Raider did, which is great. It's less of a hassle if you want to take one apart.

The nice thing about the direct plunger system is you can increase the spring tension without risking internal destruction, as demonstrated by Griffinmods on youtube. An SG Nerf commenter on facebook reported that you will want to reinforce the internal mounts for the operating parts, on the inside of the shell however if you do that.
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35 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Nahuel on October 17, 2012
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In a new office space with an open floor plan, it didn't take long for the Nerf guns to come out.

My son and I have amassed a rather large Nerf arsenal over the past five years: A couple of RapidFires, a few Mavericks, a pair of NiteFinders, a LongShot, and a Vulcan. They have been great fun around the house, but I found that they were all unfit for service in the workplace theater due to years of wear and tear.

Besides, there are already enough Mavericks at the office. How about starting a little arms race?

After some research, I settled on the new Rampage blaster as my weapon of choice and picked one up at a local retailer.

The Rampage is not without its warts: The drum magazine is a bit unwieldy and makes the blaster unbalanced. It takes quite a long time to load. It's not particularly easy to conceal given the protruding drum. But it's a substantial improvement over the previous generation blasters. When the fight is on, this is the weapon you want.

It provides a near-ideal balance between rate of fire, distance, accuracy, and capacity. You can snipe an unsuspecting co-worker from across the room or single-handedly overwhelm a group of attackers with an impressive volume of fire in close quarters. And it seems quite reliable, with no jams after hundreds of rounds fired.

Now if I only had another couple hundred darts...
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A User on December 15, 2012
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Got this Nerf gun for my son's 7th birthday yesterday. I'm not sure what the age requirements say, but I can tell you that every time he has tried to play with it the darn thing jams. I am wondering if he is just too young and small to cock it properly? If he accidentaly cocks it more than once, or if he only does it half way, it jams up. And then once it is jammed, that is ruining the bullets- they are all smashed and probably more likely to jam again. Also, we are only using the bullets that it came with.

My son loves the gun and wants to play with it, but it seems to me like we've spent more time trying to fix it than we have actually playing with it.

My husband has no problem using it, and it never jams up when he shoots it, so I am thinking that maybe my 7 year old is maybe too young for it. Hopefully with some practice he will be able to use it without it jamming up all the time.
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