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Nerf N-Strike Elite Retaliator Blaster (Colors May Vary)
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- Retaliator blaster can be built in 4 configurations and fires Elite Darts 90 feet
- Removable stock helps you steady your shot, or you can remove the stock with the flip of a switch
- Barrel Extension has top and bottom Tactical Rails so you can add most N-Strike accessories (sold separately)
- Enhance your mobility with the Stability Handle
- Blaster comes with stock, stability handle, barrel extension, 12-dart Quick Reload Clip, 12 Elite Darts and instructions
- Blaster colors may vary: White or Blue
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Modify for any mission with the 4-in-1 Retaliator blaster! The Retaliator blaster is the ultimate in blaster performance, firing revolutionary Elite Darts at a range of 90 feet. It comes with 3 interchangeable parts and all the gear you need to be a true N-Strike Elite warrior. You can use the included barrel extension, stability handle, and removable stock for 4 possible blaster configurations. Load up your Quick Reload clip, which works with any N-Strike Elite blaster and most N-Strike blasters (sold separately), with the included 12 Elite Darts. The stock even works with some other N-Strike blasters! For the final word in today's blaster technology, you need the Elite customization and interchangeable parts of the Retaliator blaster!
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I'm a bonehead. The NOT so perfect part I complained about earlier is not a flaw. It was user error. Let me explain:
I had a heck of a time removing the magazine/cassette from the gun. It turns out you need to have the gun cocked back (and left there), then hit the release button to pop out the magazine/cassette.
I'm not sure instructions explaining how to release the magazine/cassette were in the box. I'm sure if the instructions were included, the instructions would say something about how to release the magazine/cassette.
Overall the gun is a great value and it does jam time to time but it's still one heck of a deal.
Almost but NOT... perfect. This gun is so good in many ways but it has one fatal flaw. A lot of other users complain about this issue but ignored it and bother it anyway.
The good: Shoots and re-loads great. The Nerf bullet comes out just strong and accurate enough to get that oh so sweet "ouch" from my 6 year old when I tag him.
The bad: How the heck do you remove the magazine. Others reviewing the have said the same thing. The magazine is super hard for a kid to remove and the difficulty does not change much for an adult. In the second picture, you will see a small rectangular orange piece. That is the mechanism keeping the magazine in the gun. Unfortunately, that piece will pull all the way out evenly which allows the magazine to be removed.
It's a great gun but I'm torn about keeping it. What to do, what to do.
Out of the box everything seemed good and assembled easily. Attachments are pretty good, although the vertical grip that attaches under the barrel has a good bit of play in it.
As others have mentioned, the magazine (it’s not a clip...stop calling it that, people!) release is pretty difficult. I MIGHT take it apart to see what’s happening, but it seems like the tabs you push to release the magazine don’t pull far back enough.
Accuracy and power are pretty poor, actually. I bought two Disruptor Elites (more of a pistol design) and those have MUCH more power and shoot much more accurately and at longer distances with the same darts than this Retaliator does, which you wouldn’t think would be the case as they effectively don’t have barrels.
Initially I thought maybe the added friction of the dart traveling through the longer barrel was to blame, but the same thing happens when you detach the barrel.
I might reach out to Nerf to see if they have anything to say about this...
I'd like this more if it were more accurate in the 30-50 foot range, but it's a $25 gun and they're foam darts, so I probably just need to adjust my expectations (or do some mods).
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Reviewed in Mexico on January 12, 2018