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Nerf Nstrike Elite Strongarm Blaster

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Price: CDN$ 23.20
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Product Features

  • Fires darts up to 75'
  • Pump the Slam Fire slide repeatedly while you hold down the trigger for rapid firing
  • Flip open the rotating barrel for easy loading
  • Elite darts work with any Elite blaster and most N-Strike blasters; sold separately
  • Includes blaster, 6 Elite darts and instructions

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 7.5 x 22 cm ; 476 g
  • Shipping Weight: 476 g
  • Item model number: 36033
  • ASIN: B009T45XDW
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 14 2013
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,830 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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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  453 reviews
93 of 106 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Aptly named to perfection... Dec 29 2012
By A. Amat - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 4.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   

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!

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!
34 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nerf engineering at its finest! Jan. 22 2013
By TQ - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Nerf does it again! I'm in nerf heaven! Slamfire on a revolver is amazing. With a simple barrel AR/Peg removal using wirecutters, this gun can hold ALL types of nerf darts. I should add, removing the AR in the elite line of guns is mostly pointless... It's been shown that elite guns already push the max limits and removing the AR doesn't really add anything to any of the elite models thus far, and this is true of this gun as well. 75ft is already pretty impressive. But removing the peg allows the streamline darts to fit allowing this gun to shoot every type of dart.

This gun also lets you reload after cocking it so you can get that out of the way while reloading.

Amazing gun! Must have... but do yourself a favor and buy in the store... Retail in store is $12.99 and I see them stocked all over (Walmart, Target, ToysRus, Meijer, etc)
24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Office Morale Purchase Nov. 7 2013
By EcoSysNYC - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Just bought five of these for the office that arrived today. Take over ensued. We're out of ammo. Send back-up.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent performance June 13 2013
By A. J. Wu - Published on Amazon.com
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Durability: 3.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 3.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I've owned over 8 different nerf guns over the many years of being involved in office warfare. The Strongarm was a hopeful successor to the tried-and-true Maverick, but the reality fell a bit short of the expectations. I own one, and two coworkers picked up Strongarms as well, so this review is based off observations common to all three.

- Like the Maverick, it's got a great ammo count. 6 shots is just about right, as nobody wants to be picking up too many darts (we're at work, after all).
- Barrel now flips out to allow for much easier loading. I had to mod both my Mavericks to get the same.
- When it works, it has amazing range.
- Decent size, it's even more compact than the old Maverick.
- Doesn't jam as often as the Maverick did.

- Any Nerf dart with a somewhat "worn" stem will misfire. What I mean is that darts that have sat in the chamber too long will have the foam near the bottom compress, creating too loose a "seal" with the chamber. This lack of friction means the dart will lose a lot of velocity and often "dribble" out.
- When the dart does fire at full power it picks up a spin, as the dart will spiral through the air. Accuracy at long ranges is very poor.
- This may be up to personal preference, but I dislike the clicking noise made when spinning the barrel. It's understandable due to the new mechanism that locks the barrel in position, but the Mavericks (modded with a barrel drop) had a smoother, quieter spin.

Overall, I'd say the "successor" to the Maverick did keep many of the good design choice, but came with some new problems. For office warfare, I would look at the Triad instead.
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Strongarm makes a "strong" showing. April 5 2013
By Craig Deming - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 3.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Nerf's N-Strike line, predecessor to the N-Strike Elite line, was immensely popular in its heyday. And of all the N-Strike models out there, one of the most popular (and my personal favorite) was the Maverick REV-6. It was a simple six-shot pistol that was cheap, fun, and despite function quirks was a widely relied upon blaster in many a Nerf war. And it just looked stinkin' cool.

Well now we have the N-Strike Elite line, and for a while no "Elite" treatment of the Maverick seemed to be in the pipeline...till a picture of this blaster was leaked in a now infamous eBay auction by a grandmother who had no real idea what she was selling. Well now the Strongarm has hit the general public, and has all the tools it needs to blow big brother Maverick out of the dart filled water.

The physical mold of this blaster takes many cues from the Maverick, especially in the placement of the flip-out barrel and oversized body. It bears the blue, white and day-glo orange color scheme of the other Elite blasters, giving it a much sharper and less "toy-ish" look than the Maverick. The tactical rail (used with N-Strike attatchments) has been placed on top of the main body of the blaster, just above the barrel. This is a vast improvement over the Maverick, which had its tactical rail placed poorly on top of the sliding primer. Also improved over the Maverick is the reloading capability of the Strongarm. The barrel actually flips out all the way and spins freely, allowing a much quicker reload of its 6-dart fury. The blaster also has two sling attachments points, allowing it to be carried on a belt clip or bandolier.

So how does the thing perform? Well my rough tests show that this puppy gets incredible distance for such a small blaster (relative especially to big brothers in the Elite line, Rampage and Hailfire), reaching 50-60 feet easy, and upwards of 75 with an upward angle. And those darts aren't floating along lazily either...they fire far and FAST. Try to avoid getting popped in the face from a Strongarm shot. Kids, remember not to aim this at your friends' heads and faces...everywhere else is fair game though!

At $10.00-$12.00, its a reasonably priced blaster for the fun you'll have with it, whether its a good natured sneak attack on an unsuspecting roomie, or a means to ward off unsavory coworkers from your cubicle*. It gets a full recommendation from me for kids and adults alike.

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