Sunday, July 29, 2012

N-Strike Elite Strongarm


It seems that there are many more N-Strike blasters that will get the N-Strike Elite treatment. Case in point: the newly discovered Strongarm, which came out of nowhere and looks like the lovechild of the Maverick and Spectre.

It holds only six darts, like the Maverick, which is a little disappointing. Nerf also seemed to have moved the tactical rail from the priming slide to the actual shell of the blaster. Like the rest of the N-Strike Elite line, it advertises a seventy-five foot firing range, which means a direct plunger system.

26 comments:

  1. Looks like its got that etched digital camo on it too. Not a bad looking blaster.

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  2. i remember the name strongarm from that stupid cyber strike wrist blaster. this looks like a valid replacement for my aging and nearly dead mav

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  3. the pic shows a rather decent sight. something i've always been waiting for on a nerf gun

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  4. But for 70.00!!! that's just nuts. She IS 65(ish)I would SO buy this for 10.00, what it's worth. ========

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  5. Yeah, that is the price to say... I have it first... I would rather wait 3 months or whatever, and get it for (I'm going to guess) $10-$15, and spend the other $60 on something worth it.

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  6. wow. can't wait to get this guy. don't have a spectre, i don't think it's going to be as much as 1. but totally kicks mavericks A_s. i hope it rotate's on the prime. not bullcrap rotate on the trigger.
    ~RedHawK.

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    1. I have it, the barrel is aligned at all times unless its rotating to the next one. the plunger moves forward to make contact with the barrel and that releases the air firing the dart, its sick

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  7. does it rotate on the prime or trigger pull?????????

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    1. We don't know how it functions. No other reviews, pictures, or information exist about this blaster right now. This came as a surprise to all of us.

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    2. I'm guessing trigger since pretty much all nerf blasters are like that and since it has slamfire.

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    3. scince it has slam fire I;m guessing that it rotates on the prime

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    4. It rotates on the trigger pull, after it fires the dart.

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  8. It would have been cool if they did what they did with the snap fire 8 (an upcoming dart tag gun) where it primes by just pulling the trigger (no batteries and no primer) so that you could easily dual wield it

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    1. Not really... Using one finger to prime the blaster is either going to be extremely difficult because it's powerful, ruining your rate of fire, or easy because it's weak, resulting in crappy ranges.

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    2. ^I take it you don't know how the Snapfire 8 works. There is a dial to change the tension on the trigger, so if you want more range you can up the tension or if you want more speed you can dial it down. The max range was around 40ish feet with Tagger darts so who knows what it would be doing with elite darts.

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  9. $1,125.01!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. Oh how I wish I could of got it! It looks like the Specture and Maverick clashed head on in a car crash! Although there's no way I could of afforded it! I can't believe it sold for $1,125.01!!! WTF?! Definitely a new gun that's coming up no doubt!

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  11. my friend found this and the firestrike in a store

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    1. bazookafied is so right prove it... or..... are u a lier?

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  12. it was 17 dollars and firestrike was 15

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  13. i already have it bought it yesterday at a toys r us sore in augusta, the also have a new n strike elite rayven cs 18

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  14. Another one popped up on eBay http://bit.ly/VMwEpc

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  15. The barrels rotate on prime. The air restrictor is a bit of a pain in the butt to get out.. but it's entirely possible with a drill, a file, and some patience.

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