Nerf N-Strike Elite Rayven Cs-18 Blaster
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- Glow-in-the-dark semi-auto blasting
- Firefly Tech clip charges 18 glow darts
- Clip adds glow-in-the-dark power to any Clip System blaster (sold separately)
- Acceleration trigger powers up the motor for semi-auto blasting
- Includes blaster, 18 Elite glow-in-the-dark darts, Firefly Tech clip and instructions
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Top Customer Reviews
Some people don't like the bull-pup design, but I'm okay with it, as it makes me think of the SC-20k in Splinter Cell. I recommend holding the gun with the left hand on the trigger, or not using the Tech Clip (The battery box tends to get in the way using my left hand). The blaster itself has two tactical rails, one on the top and another on the right side. The carry handle is convenient, and is good for when you don't have the Tactical Vest to carry it with. I have mine configured with the Retaliator Barrel Extender and the Assault Grip.
Seems to fire Glow Darts more accurately
Semi-Auto works as fast as you pull the trigger
Barrel Extenders don't wobble
Semi-Auto works as fast as you pull the trigger (x.x)
Batteries make it a little heavy if your younger
Firefly Tech Clip gets in the way for right-handed users
I'll be honest and admit that I'm not a fan of this configuration -- there are plenty of good technical reasons why a real firearm should be made in a bull-pup configuration for use in close-quarters indoor combat situations, and both the police and military do like them for such purposes. But for a foam dart gun, the only reason to do such a thing is for looks, because in a dart gun, it just means that you're requiring the barrel to be longer, which can only put extra drag on a foam dart -- in short, for foam darts, shorter barrels are better. Also, in these foam dart guns, it means that using a drum-type magazine becomes incredibly awkward, since it's constantly bumping up against your torso and the inside of your arm.
However, setting aside my pet peeves about the Rayven's bull-pup configuration, I must say that this is an excellent flywheel-based dart gun in almost every other way -- and a very definite improvement over the original version. The clip insertion and removal is very smooth, with the button used to release a clip being very easy to get to and operate. The jam door on the top (right above the clip) opens wide to reveal a nice wide opening into the casing so that you can really get your fingers on a jammed dart and pull it out quickly and easily. The orange front-most tip of the barrel (where the darts come shooting out) is designed to allow the attachment of various barrel extensions from other Nerf guns, which adds some versatility.Read more ›
very accurate (although hard to aim)
cool clip and darts (If you care)
big access door
bulky and hard to aim
heavy trigger for a semi-auto blaster
extra barrel reduces range
The gun itself seems durable and should last a while. Loading the clip is easy and additional darts a cheap. Emptying the clip is as simple as holding down the power button and pulling the trigger as fast as you can. Only con is they take lots of batteries.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a nerf nerf beginner and I highly recomend this gun. very accuratePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Kind of expensive for a toy but the grandson needed it lol. Arrived in plenty of time to get to Canada for Christmas!Published 7 months ago by KAREN LIPPOLDT
Pretty good gun but way too heavy for a smaller child when batteries are in it and the the kids didn't really care about glow in the dark ammunition.Published 8 months ago by Sharon C
This will now be the 4th time I have tried to post a negative review on this purchasing experience, for some reason Amazon will not let it post. I'll try one last time here. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JP
Electronic Nerf guns have always been underpowered, and this one is no exception (but I knew this before buying it). Read morePublished 8 months ago by toddg1978