Thursday, November 18, 2010

N-Strike Tactical Rail Attachment Guide

This is the updated guide to all the attachments for NERF N-Strike and N-Strike Elite Tactical Rails. This is current now as of 12/27/13.
First I'll start with the Shield that is included with the N-Strike Stampede ECS.  It fits most (not all) blaster shapes. This could be very useful in a war but it is small so you can't really hide behind it.











Grip/Folding Bipod is only good for blasters with a bottom-facing tactical rail and comes with the N-Strike Stampede ECS. This is useful for the longer blasters like the Longstrike, Recon, or any other blaster with a downward-facing tactical rail.









This is a older attachment that
 remotely fires the foam disks from the Nerf Disk Shooter set. It has a button on the back and uses 2 AAA batteries. Other than for being used with that set, there's no other use for this.











This is a flip-up sight that is included with the N-Strike Longstrike CS-6. The front and rear sights can folded down to be used as ironsights.  Quite small and lightweight.  It doesn't really work.










This Flip-Up sight comes with the N-Strike Recon CS-6 and is also available in Red and Clear.  It's very small and lightweight.  The orange piece is adjustable with where it sits on the sight and is designed to work in tandem with a barrel extension that has a flip-up point to complete the trajectory.  You're supposed to be able to angle your shots with this device, but it's not very accurate.






This dart holder comes with the N-Strike Barrel Break IX-2. Holds 8 darts in a row and is one of the more useful accessories.  Also comes with the Sonic Series version.












The N-Strike Longshot CS-6 scope is probably the most popular accessories and can also be found in Blue or Red. Don't let it's looks fool you.  There's no magnification on this and it's pretty useless to look through.











This scope, available in red or blue, can be found with the Super Soaker Shotblast Value pack.  Looks neat, but useless.





Nerf Mission Kit Tactical Scope. Also available in a Toys R Us exclusive set. Claims to add accuracy, but like the others, it's pretty useless.  It does have a yellow transparent cover that can fold over the front and also has it's own Tactical Rail on top to mount other accessories.  Accessories on accessories is a "tall" order.













Nerf Mission Kit Pinpoint Sight.  One of the more sought-after accessories, it's still not very accurate.  More for looks than anything.













Nerf Mission Kit Tactical Light. Runs off AAA batteries and has a green light. A bit bulky, but works well as a torch.













This Tactical lLight comes with the Nerf Recon CS-6 and is available in Yellow, Red, and Clear. This battery operated light is adjustable from red light to red pin point. The light is cool but the pinpoint is not accurate.











Last we have the Nerf Crossfire / Strikefire. With it's clips in the top of the gun it can be attached to any blaster with a tactical rail. Very useful.

35 comments:

  1. doesnt the titan also have reverse tactical rail?

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  2. Yes but thats not really an attachment

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  3. Yes lol... but i think it is a little too big to be an attachment

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  4. Yes, but it is more likely that you would attach other guns to it, not it to other guns and thus I wouldn't consider it a tactical rail attachment.

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  5. dont forget for the recon site and tac. light now it comes in the green sonic series. also you should make a barrel guide

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  6. It's A STRIKEfire. The best Pistol EVER!!!!!!!!!

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    1. i would aruge do to the pure awesomeness of the mavrick

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    2. Nite finder is better than both of those guns.

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    3. secret shot... look it up...

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    4. the strongarm, jolt or triad are all better then any of those

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  7. Dude there are 4 different barrels.... for use with the 4 cs-6 guns... and the spectre. I would like to see them all side by side for length comparisons, (im missing the spectre) but there isn't much to say about them.

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  8. I disagree. I have totally been able to attack the Titan to my Stampede for great lulz. I refuse to admit this is impractical. XD

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  9. where can you buy the pin point sight and can you still buy it?

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  10. Hm. When the title said "guide" I was expecting more commentary. It was more like a "catalog" of accessories you own than a guide. I want to know how useful each item is, whether it's a good buy- you know, all the information you usually provide. If you've reviewed them before, how about links to each article?

    Good work, otherwise.

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  11. Not sure if the pinpoint is still available. Most stores use to sell it.

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  12. @mindspoon, made some changes. Thanks for the feedback

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  13. what about the element scope???

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  14. Thanks, much better. Too bad most of the accessories are just for show... that said, a fully kitted out blaster does look pretty badass ^_^

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  15. Well, the disc sht attachment might serve well in night wars.. they see movement and get shot in the back from the guy eith the launching device.Anonymous.

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  16. You need to add the 2011 Shot Blast scope and Hydro Cannon shield.

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  17. 'lol having a pistol attachted under your barrel is fantastic.

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    1. where can you get these?!

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  18. I can't believe he labeled all the sights as inaccurate! WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All the sights are accurate, including the pinpoint light from the Recon, provided you know how to use them properly!

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  19. where can you buy the Nerf Mission Kit Tactical Light?

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  20. I don't think it's in stores anymore.

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  21. Cool thanks for the list :)

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  22. I must disagree on the longstrike scope/aimer thing. My longstrike is not very good at all. The darts fishtail out, drop out of air, all that. I tried to aim without it, thinking that it didn't work, but just found out that from the top of the stairs, I was maybe 1/2 inch away from nailing my sisters head. The best way to use it is to flip up the part that is in front (the tall one, rectangular) and line up some of the little black notches with your target (in this case, my sister) then, with the notch in the half circle line up the groove in the center of the gun. the part where the two halves of the gun connect. it should look like and orange triangle with a dark blue line coming straight off of it, double check the notches, double check the line, and FIRE.

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  23. is it for sale if it is realy be interesting

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  24. You forgot the attachment that comes with the Nitron.

    Put a Strikefire in one of the sides of a Vulcan is really good. It´s good to put in one side the Strikefire, in the other side the Tactical Light and in the top the Dart Holder or the Pinpoint Sight.

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  25. there should be more than just that

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  26. i have the nite finder and im going to get the recon cs6 never know what im doing with em

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  27. with the recon ttachments theres sonic green colour too

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  28. The "sight" that comes with the nitron is just for show. First off the plastic you look through isn't really clear it's hard to see through. And lol if you try to use the light up tracking system... It's like staring into a stobe

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  29. Where can you buy the scope?

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    1. There's two. The Longshot Scope comes with the Nerf Longshot CS-6, obviously. The other one that's available in the Mission Kit has been discontinued. You can probably find it online on a site like eBay or maybe have some luck looking in a Thrift Store.

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