Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage Blaster
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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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Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage Blaster
It's time to take your N-Strike battling to the next level with the Rampage blaster! With a high-capacity drum that holds 25 darts, the Rampage blaster gives you an incredible rapid-fire blitz. Release a storm of darts at targets up to 90 feet away by sliding the Slam Fire handle repeatedly while you hold down the trigger! The drum and Elite Darts work with any N-Strike 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!
- 25-dart drum
- Slam Fire handle to fire a storm of darts at your target
- Includes 25 Elite Darts
- Blasts up to 75 feet
N-Strike Elite blasters and Elite darts deliver the ultimate in blaster performance
Launch into awesome battles with Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage Blaster
Join the N-Strike Elite team with dart blasters that feature upgraded distance and the revolutionary Elite Dart
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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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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'. 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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Top customer reviews
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.
Note: The drum magazine was reduced in size since the Raider. This gun only holds 25 darts. However, this is still more than enough darts for a small Nerf battle. In my opinion, it's too much ammo. I actually prefer to use an 18 round magazine and stuff my pockets with 6 round mags. Reloading adds to the fun, but in no way is what I do strategic.
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.
I for one like the blaster so much that i won't alter it in any way other than maybe painting it.
The mount for the magazine, which is on the left side, is the only durability problem. As with the raider, it's a separate piece that snaps on. It is possible to slightly loosen it if you bump it while a long magazine is in there, e.g. the drum it comes with or one of the excellent 18rd clips they now sell. If it gets bumped hard enough, you will have a jam until you re-seat it in its proper position.
The only other thing that isn't so great is that it doesn't come with a stock. Of course, being an internally upgraded raider, it can take a stock like most other nstrike blasters, but it doesn't come with one.
The elite darts are a great improvement. They are lighter and better balanced than the old streamlines and don't fishtail as much. They also shoot great out of older blasters. The foam is slightly stiffer than the old pinkish foam and the heads are slightly stiffer as well. On the SG Nerf blog, which I highly recommend, they cut one in half and compared it to an old streamline and found that part of the reason the balance is better is that the stem of the head, which goes down the hollow center of every kind of foam dart, is shorter on the Elite darts. Its always good to know why something is good, not just that it is good.
There isn't much that can be said for its "educational" quality other than that it gives a kid a sense of what its like to shoot something with a magazine for the first time. If you crack it open to tinker with the internals then I would give it high marks for educational quality though and that goes for any nerf blaster.
One last thing i would say is that you really need to get eye protection if you're going to play with elite blasters. They won't give you a black eye but they do hurt. The extra power means the hits sting a bit more when you get hit anywhere but they will never break windows or injure your pets. Just get some goggles, not sunglasses. Shop goggles will work fine though for my purposes, I'm getting some that are overkill but can be used for airsoft as well as in the shop: the Revision Desert Locust Fan Goggles which exceed military requirements for ballistic protection and, as the name indicates, have a fan it so they don't fog up.
Despite some minor setbacks I again must say that you should get this blaster. It is truly excellent.
-Compact, very comfortable if you're left handed
-Good 25 dart magazine for plenty of ammo
-Anti lock button if your blaster should lock up
-VERY accurate and long ranged in comparison to other blasters on the market right now
-Prone to jamming if you mess up on slam fire priming
-if you're right handed the drum can get in your way
-doesn't include a stock when it's previous version (Raider CS-35) did, at the same price too
All in all, I'm very satisfied with my purchase. I've taken my modified versions to nerf wars with huge amounts of success, and once I mastered the slam fire I was clearing rooms with ambushes. If you're right handed, I'd at least recommend the Elite Alpha Trooper for its bottom magazine feed. But if that doesn't bother you too much, the Rampage is definitely your all-purpose primary that will stand out in your arsenal!