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Nerf N-Strike Elite Stryfe Blaster Set

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  • Motorized Stryfe blasters Acceleration Trigger powers up the motor for blasting
  • Tactical Rail is compatible with most N-Strike accessories (each sold separately)
  • Quick Reload clip holds 6 Elite darts and works with any Clip System blaster (sold separately)
  • Blaster fires darts up to 75 feet
  • Darts work with any N-Strike Elite blaster and most original N-Strike blasters - sold separately
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Nerf N-Strike Elite Stryfe Blaster Set + Nerf N-Strike Elite 100-Dart Refill + Nerf N-Strike Elite: Strongarm Blaster (Colors may vary)
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 8 x 13.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00JMJS1TW
  • Item model number: A0200F01
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
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Empty your clip at your target with the motorized blasting of the Stryfe blaster! This 6-dart dynamo lets you launch Elite Darts one-handed at targets up to 75 feet away. The blaster's Acceleration Trigger powers up the motor for rapid-fire blasting and the Quick Reload clip lets you reload fast. The blaster's Tactical Rail lets you add most N-Strike Tactical Rail accessories (sold separately) for more battle advantage. Power up your compact Stryfe blaster and get ready to take out your targets with one-handed, motorized firing! Nerf and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Customer Reviews

This, being battery powered, is great for her!
Irish girl
After modding it by removing the locks and dart sensor, it will fire consistently over 60 feet flat as fast as you can pull the trigger.
Evan S
Both of these started having the issues after a short time (the second within 30 minutes).
AllTheNickles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Joey T on December 10, 2012
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First let me clarify that I am 22 and a college student. I use this blaster to play Humans vs. Zombies.

I bought this over the weekend and finally had a chance to use it in anger on Sunday, and I must say it is awesome. There are a few draw backs, but overall its a really good gun.

Pros:
Size and weight are good, very easy to maneuver and potentially dual wield
Rate of fire is incredible: the darts come out as fast as you pull the trigger
Add-ons: There are 2 accessory rails. I use mine with the Stampede foregrip on the accessory rail on the bottom, and use the raider stock. Not only does this increase the effectiveness of the weapon, it looks cool as hell. There is also a barrel attachment.
Looks: bad ass

Cons:
Backward compatibility: Some modifications need to be done to use any other clips that are not the new elite straight ones. The 25 round drum from the Rampage works OK with this, but there are still issues. To redeem this issue, though, all you have to do is open it up and take out the clip sensor. Because its calibrated to the higher spring tension of the new clips, it has trouble registering a dart in the chamber when using the old clips, and will jam.
Noise: Not really too much of an issue, but when I'm trying to sneak up behind someone, revving the motor in this thing is a dead give away.

Conclusion: Its a better stampede with the size and weight of a recon
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Evan S on January 2, 2013
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I play HvZ at college, and bought the Stryfe to be a key addition to my arsenal. After modding it by removing the locks and dart sensor, it will fire consistently over 60 feet flat as fast as you can pull the trigger. It also makes a great foregrip when mounted under a retaliator barrel extension on an elite Rayven. With the Rayven and Stryfe both equipped with Raider drums like I have, no one will be able to match your firepower. The Stryfe can make a great primary too with a stock, barrel extension, and foregrip because of how powerful it is (think of it as kind of a miniature Hailfire with only one magwell). Also, the motors rev up insanely quickly and are very quiet, so you can pull off your first shots sooner than if you have an older blaster like a Rayven.

Pros:
light, small, clip-fed, semi-automatic, lots of modding potential

Cons:
It comes with a 6-round clip, but odds are you will be firing off more shots than that
The dart sensor must be removed along with locks and resistors if you are a serious Nerfer, but the dart sensor removal should be enough for most players

Overall consensus:
I believe the Stryfe is the best Nerf blaster on the market as a primary or sidearm, as long as you have larger clips and extra ammunition.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By U.N. Known on May 23, 2013
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Good day ladies and gentlemen,

The review you are about to read, as I am sure you are well-aware, is on the Nerf N-Strike Elite: Stryfe Blaster. Typically, this Nerf gun retails for about $19.99 USD, and can be found most anywhere. It is a semi-automatic blaster that utilizes flywheels to zing the darts out. Okay, now that the boring technical stuff is done, on to the meat of the review...

This Nerf gun is, in fact, quite an excellent dart blaster. The motor revs up very quickly so, even if it does give you away in an ambush (as other reviewers have stated, the motor is a dead giveaway), you will probably be able to empty an entire clip into your target before they can even respond. Among other great features are clips to attach both a stock and a barrel, the former being extremely helpful and the latter being solely for looks. It has two tactical rails, one on top and one on the bottom, just after the magwell. Utilizing these connection points, my (personal) favorite blaster arrangement is a stock (preferably adjustable) and an "assault grip," as Nerf bills it. This makes for a pretty wicked SMG-ish type gun. Small, compact, etc. Very useful.

Additionally worthy of note is the fact that this particular "Elite" Blaster does not shoot 75 ft. Not that I have measured the range, but I have compared it to other Nerf gun ranges, and I'm quite sure it hasn't hit 75', even angled.

Surprisingly, there are few negative aspects. The batteries can run down rather quickly with regular use, but that is not that big a deal. There is also a jamming problem, which has been discussed in many other reviews here. However, I think I've figured out what the problem is. At least with my Stryfe, I think it came with darts of extremely low quality.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Pushpin on December 7, 2012
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I am adult obsessed with Nerf. I have or have had tried most of the blasters in the original N-Strike line. The new Elite line didn't really call to me but I just had to have this one.

It is basically the same concept as the N-Strike Barricade or Elite Stockade. It is a semi-automatic blaster. However, instead the rotating dart chamber, it is clip-fed. It works with Elite and N-Strike clips, drums and darts! I've tried the blaster with both regular N-Strike and the new Elite darts. There is a significant difference in performance because the Elite darts travel much farther. However, if you do have a bunch of the old streamline darts around, it performs well enough for indoor play.

The mechanisms of the blaster are similar to the Vortex Nitron, you have three triggers. One is to activate the flywheel and one to push the dart into the flywheel. Because the flywheel has to be engaged to fire, it isn't the quietest blaster. I thought the placement of the third trigger that releases the clip was awkward but it works out quite well. You just have to move on of your fingers off the other triggers and apply some pressure forward.

Unlike the Stampede which only makes motorized noise when fired, the flywheel must be engaged before firing. I think it's a great lightweight alternative to the Stampede though. You can customize it with barrels and shoulder stocks from other blaster (unfortunately it doesn't come with any of its own). It looks great with the Raider stock and the barrel from the Longstrike since they all have the same color scheme. (Of course attaching a barrel decreased distance for me)

While it doesn't have the intimidation factor of the Stampede or the Hailfire, it does pack a punch and the semi-auto firing is a neat feature for a little guy. It can make a large handgun or if you dress it up, it's a unique-looking rifle.

Highly recommended for Nerf junkies of all ages!
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