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Nerf N-Strike Deploy CS-6 Blaster

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  • Awesome pump-handle blaster converts to flashlight and back
  • To keep you prepared for wherever you have to track your targets
  • Blaster with flashlight comes with carry strap
  • One quick-reload clip, six Clip-System darts and instructions
  • Prepare yourself for any circumstance ? and prepare to win the battle

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 17.2 x 10.2 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B002VEC876
  • Item model number: 66068
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 20 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #292,309 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Awesome pump-handle blaster converts to flashlight and back To keep you prepared for wherever you have to track your targets Blaster with flashlight comes with carry strap One quick-reload clip, six Clip-System darts and instructions Prepare yourself for any circumstance ? and prepare to win the battle

From the Manufacturer

When your mission calls for stealth, this DEPLOY CS-6 blaster is just the right weapon to choose. Convert this pump-handle blaster into a flashlight when you need to track your target through darkened tunnels or in the dead of the night. When you finally find your mark, quickly convert it back to blaster and fire at a moment’s notice. Prepare yourself for any circumstance — and prepare to win the battle. Blaster with flashlight comes with carry strap, one quick-reload clip, six Clip-System darts and instructions.

Customer Reviews

The Deploy is one of my favorite NERF blasters.
D. DEVRIEND
The first one jammed badly to the point where I could not unload the cartridge or even look inside the peek chamber.
Green Oan "Rick"
It has an AR-15 look when deployed and the carry handle is nice......but it's a terrible blaster.
Salamanderman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Ryan G. Reynolds on February 25, 2010
I run weekend-warrior games of Humans Versus Zombies, and since I am the Human Team leader, i need an impressive armament.

I used the Recon and Maverick my first game, and both of those are pretty decent. I then decided to impress by picking up the Deploy, and I am pretty happy with it.

Pros:
-Quick-release button is not only practical, but very intimidating to Zombies, as your blaster is fully assembled in 1 second.
-Shotgun priming system is very easy to use and reliable.
-Red light is good for night missions/games
-First Nerf gun to actually include a carrying strap; perfect to sling around the shoulder and grab your secondary
-Accepts barrels from Longshot, Longstrike, and Recon (Recon barrel looks WICKED AWESOME)

Cons:
-Reverse-plunger system (like the Longstrike and Recon) is notorious for shorter distances, and jams (if used improperly or with bent darts)
-Don't expect this to act like a sniper rifle; it's an ASSAULT rifle (meaning short-medium distance shots)
-Collapsable handle isn't as stable as one would like.
-Lots of noise while firing...not much of a problem for people, but the rattle bugs me sometimes.

All in all, its a very decent gun, and you cant beat the price for something as decent as the Deploy (though the Recon came kinda close)
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Deric Clarke on February 21, 2010
Ok, I was so happy to see this at my local toy shop since I thought it would not be out until April. This is a fun novelty blaster that Nerf used to make in a large variety. I love the N-Strike line, but like many have gotten a bit bored with the repackaging of the same systems. So here is how the Deploy CS-6 is different, it transforms! Yeah, a flashlight into a blaster seems lame when you think about the light only needing 3 AAA batteries to work, but I still remember the sonic ray gun I had that folded into a radio when I was younger and I loved playing with it!

The stats:
-The plunger is identical to the Recon (which seems to be Nerf's fav since you see it on the Longstrike and Raider), so the power is that of a light blaster. Think Recon range with no barrel extension.
-The size is nice and compact when folded and expands an extra 4"-5" when 'deployed.'
-It comes with a carry strap! Finally all the other blasters have the place for clipping a strap this one actually comes with one.
-N-Strike accessories that can work with the tactical rail and it has a fitting for the barrel extensions from the Recon, Longstrike, and Longshot.
-Pump-action, which is always nice, but the collapsing handle (which has a good additional support) feels flimsy (which I expected since it is collapsible and made of plastic).
-It is a CS (clip-system) so you can buy extra clips and use the Drum-clip (the last seems a bit awkward with the size and weight).

I bought this blaster because of the uniqueness it has and how much fun I had when I was a kid using a transforming blaster and my imagination. I think my son will get a kick out of it also.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Green Oan "Rick" on September 6, 2010
I have purchased three of these guns. The first one jammed badly to the point where I could not unload the cartridge or even look inside the peek chamber. I returned it thinking it may have been isolated to that particular gun. After playing with the new one three times, it jammed again. Again the peek chamber failed. I exchanged it again. My third one has not been played with yet but I am guessing it's just a jam waiting to happen. The other Nerf rifles have been very good to us an we have had no problems with them. This one needs to go back to the drawing board.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sean L. Conciatore on April 26, 2010
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The Nerf Deploy absolutely blows all other Nerf blasters away with it's durable but effective design. I, like many others, think the stealth idea is very hard to use in real life. I fail to see what it would look like other than a HUGE flashlight! Overall it is a very safe toy that shouldn't get recalled any time soon. whenever it is changed into a blaster, it is a fast but not powerful blast that won't hurt you if it hits you in the shoulder or something. It's range and power is very impressive, In some cases it will shoot farther than the longstrike or longshot. The scope gimmick is not a big part of the design. Before i bought the blaster, I thought that the scope would be red or glowing but it really just is a hole in the top with a spike at the end. Other attachments include an option to attach an extension that comes with the recon, longshot, or longstrike. Also it holds one streamline dart at the front of the shotgun pump that falls out frequently. In my opinion, the Nerf Deploy was a fantastic purchase for a low price.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Wang on May 11, 2010
For modders, this gun holds a ton of potential. My recon broke the day before a Zombie Survival game, and as I was in need of a 'main weapon', I went out to Toys R Us and settled on the Deploy, because of the price and the ability to 'break down'. The light was definitely not a selling point, and even now I am working to replace the light with my own. After the review, my 'mods' will be listed quickly as suggestions for things to do if you plan on purchasing this Deploy and making changes.

Having done the AR mod, I have a word of caution: For those of you planning on modding this nerf gun (for reasons which I do recommend), beware that it is a PAIN to modify due to the transforming capabilities. Additional springs and moving components have to be put into consideration, and closely following guides on disassembly will ensure that your gun will continue to work after a modification.

Before modifying, these were my impressions:
The grey paint on the side of the gun is very useless, and honestly detracts from the paint scheme of the nerf gun.
The scope was obviously a second thought; nobody would bother thinking of actually using it, though using the recon's barrel attachment, it turns out to align with it quite accurately for aiming.
Firing distance was shameful. It wouldn't even cross my apartment, which shots from my nerf pistols were capable of doing it unmodded.
While a nice thought of including a strap, the included strap was too small, and really quite useless.
The gun is prone to jamming if you load darts that aren't completely round (and are likely to jump out of the ammo carrier) This may just be because the spring on the ammo clip is a bit too strong though, as the jamming happened only twice.
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