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Nerf Nstrike Elite Strongarm Blaster

by Nerf
5 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

Price: CDN$ 27.36 FREE SHIPPING.
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  • Speed and mobility are yours with the quick draws and fast firing of the Strongarm blaster
  • It has the same long-range power as other N-Strike Elite blasters (sold separately), and it rapid-fires 6 darts when you pump the Slam Fire slide repeatedly while holding the trigger
  • Loading is easy and quick with the flip-open rotating barrel, and its Tactical Rail is compatible with most N-Strike accessories (sold separately).
  • Add the Strongarm blaster to your arsenal and unleash a storm of darts at your target

Frequently Bought Together

  • Nerf Nstrike Elite Strongarm Blaster
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  • Nerf N-Strike Elite Refill Pack, 30 Darts
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Total price: CDN$ 72.71
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 499 g
  • Shipping Weight: 581 g
  • Item model number: 36033
  • ASIN: B009T45XDW
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 14 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,695 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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Product Description

Speed and mobility are yours with the quick draws and fast firing of the Strongarm blaster. It has the same long-range power as other N-Strike Elite blasters (sold separately) and it rapid-fires 6 darts when you pump the Slam Fire slide repeatedly while holding the trigger. Loading is easy and quick with the flip-open rotating barrel and its Tactical Rail is compatible with most N-Strike accessories (sold separately). Add the Strong arm blaster to your arsenal and unleash a storm of darts at your target.


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Très bon pistolet, on s'amuse en famille !
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Very good product and it arrived at time
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Good product from Hasbro!
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614 of 642 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa64e381c) out of 5 stars No need to Nerf this May 14 2014
By GreySpear - Published on Amazon.com
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I am not ashamed to say that I got two of these so my wife and I can have mini Nerf wars in the house.

It is day 3, the house is now littered with spend darts, the living room is no mans land. I am running out of food, my wife has taken the kitchen and fortified herself. Even with the uncanny accuracy of the blaster, she is just too quick. She is not a very good shot, but the fast reload and six shots help even the score.

I do not know how much longer I can survive, at least I have the bathroom...
170 of 188 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa64e3a44) out of 5 stars The ultimate answer for kitty obedience. May 7 2015
By Mackenzie Johnston - Published on Amazon.com
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My cat is a furry little douchebag. Honestly thinks he runs the place. Always walking around on the kitchen counters, dipping his dirty paws in whatever dish or drink he sees fit and leaving a snail-trail of hair wherever he walks. We tried yelling at him, waterspray bottles, other various loud noises, giving him treats when he actually gets off the counters at his own leisure (my wife's dumb idea). Nothing seemed to work.

I needed to get old-school on him. Thank God whoever is running Hasbro still lives in the 90s. I can say wholeheartedly that this device did the trick.

I shot my wife a couple times to make sure the darts don't really hurt. She confirmed they didn't, and soon enough, it was hunting season.

I drank half a glass of 2% and left it sitting on the counter, 30 seconds later he came waltzing on in to help himself to some. I crouched behind the dining room table and carefully lined up my shot , I was zeroed in on the spot where his back ends where his tail starts. 3,2,1….POW! I missed by about 18 inches (This thing is wildly inaccurate FYI), but he goes straight into fight or flight wildly looking around at what the noise was. We make eye contact, and I chamber another dart. POW! Missed again. But he saw the dart go flying by and straight up lost it, sprung off the counter and hit the hardwood floor in full sprint. However, the floors are brand new and he couldn’t get any traction, so he was just hilariously running in place like Wile E. Coyote on an oil slick. POW! This one actually connects as he digs in and takes off upstairs. Mission Accomplished.

Nowadays, if I ever see him perched about to jump up on the counter, or any other behavior issues for that matter, I reach into the kitchen drawer and pull this badboy out and he immediately falls into line…feline. And I haven’t fired a shot since that fateful day. 10/10 would hunt my cat/wife again.
220 of 250 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa64e3ca8) out of 5 stars Aptly named to perfection... Dec 29 2012
By A. Amat - Published on Amazon.com
WOW...

At first I wasn't sure what to think of Nerf's new ELITE line of blasters.
Even now I'm a bit...annoyed? at Hasbro, Nerf and their R&D guys.
Lets face it, the Elite series is a slap in the face to all owners of considerable sized
N-strike arsenals.
But enough of the past, on to the future!!

The Strongarm is quite possibly the perfect nerf sidearm/main/secondary.
It's range is fantastic with minty fresh Elite darts. Somewhere around 55 to 65'
Reloading is fairly quick and you CAN pull off the flick of the wrist cylinder slam.
Accuracy IS based on dart condition, like most nerf blasters.
The tactical rail is there for those that like to accessorize.

BUT, it's the SLAM FIRE feature that takes this blaster to levels beyond.
Hasbro/Nerf has apparently redesigned/perfected slam fire, and it ROCKS!!!!
This new slam fire allows for (much) faster spraying with incredible accuracy!
PLUS jams are near non existing!

CONS?
none really.
not compatible with streamline darts.
The restrictor is now on the plunger instead of the cylinder. (for modders)

I'm honestly not exaggerating here, the STRONGARM is quite possibly one of the
mightiest Nerf PISTOL blasters so far.
It even surpasses my cherished slightly modified SPECTRE!
will fire...
whistlers, fairly well.
NEW dart tag darts, surprisingly well.
and even a few of the AIR ZONE darts pretty good too!

Unless you get a bad one, will not disappoint!
143 of 163 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa64e3c24) out of 5 stars Office Morale Purchase Nov. 7 2013
By EcoSysNYC - Published on Amazon.com
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Just bought five of these for the office that arrived today. Take over ensued. We're out of ammo. Send back-up.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa64f4234) out of 5 stars Widely acclaimed, affordable Nerf blaster; now with an OMW upgrade kit available at their website. Dec 5 2014
By Mark Masaki - Published on Amazon.com
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Seriously, this is cool to have in any Nerf Arsenal. The reiteration of the legendary pistol blaster, the Nerf Maverick. Behold, the almighty Strongarm. The blaster that helped make "slam-fire" a popular Springer's function today (For slam-fire just hold the trigger down, then pull the slide repeatedly to fire shots in rapid succession). But does it measure up to other comparable blasters in my Chronograph testing? According to the dart velocities measured in FPS (feet per second) with my ProChrono Digital chronograph, it clocked in at highest 75 FPS, and lowest 62 FPS after 6 shots. Compared to it's "sister"-blaster model, the Nerf Rebelle Spylight scored it's highest at 80 FPS, and lowest at 66 FPS. These numbers were consistent after testing several different Strongarms and a few Spylights several times each. But being slightly weaker than a girl's blaster does not take away much from the blaster, for it is not as sloppy and feels more durable than it's sister operation. Most will prefer the appeal of the macho look and size that it offers anyway. As an update, there is this white and blue XD version (that is a blue stripe on a white Strongarm, as opposed to the blue Strongarm with a white stripe) with longer advertised distances. My blue one still performed better on the chronograph using the current wide variety of Nerf Elite darts (they are all able to shoot the blue, green, decorated Rebelle, white, and now orange darts), but the average was not that far off: Averaged velocity of standard Elite- 69 FPS, Averaged velocity of XD- 67 FPS. It is suspected that each blaster has it's own unique quirks, perhaps I just got a lemon XD blaster, but regardless of the circumstances what you are really paying for is the psychological advantage and a crummy paint job (my XD looks cheap and painted by either a novice, or someone in a rush to finish the job). If you are using this as a primary, you are out of luck. There are many other improved versions of the Strongarm on the market today. The first two evolutions of it being the Zombistrike FlipFury (two times bigger with 2-barrel/12 darts) and the Zombiestrike Doominator (four times bigger with 4-barrel/ 24 darts). Otherwise, remember this to be a sidearm. A primary like the Retaliator or Stryfe have the CS (Clip System, which is really a magazine system or "Clipazines") that gives you upwards from 18-round mags to 35-dart drums, all easier to reload when playing and quicker on the fly under pressure. But I digress; buy whatever you feel comfortable with and use what you can afford. The Strongarm has always been a reliable blaster, and can be even stronger with help from an Orange Mod Works "Unleased Solid, Final Stage" upgrade kit at the current market price of $24.99. I know, twice the cost and the shipping, and then the labor of installation, that makes it very not worth the cost of the blaster. But it becomes a beast, so think about that before you buy a Strongarm sidearm.

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