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Arrow Strike
Blaster typeSingle-fire pull-and-release missile blasterArrowstrike
Ammunition typeMicro arrows
FeaturesIntegrated scope
Firing rangeThe Arrow Strike has a flat firing range of twenty-nine feet. When angled, it has a max firing range of forty feet.[1]
ReliabilityThe Arrow Strike shouldn't jam. However, it has a child-sized handle, making it difficult for older Nerfers to hold the blaster.[2] The blaster has an issue with its automatic turret rotating mechanism breaking due to it being held on very loosely. It isn't very accurate due to the method of firing.
Rate of fireThis blaster has a rate of fire of about one missile per second.
CapacityThe blaster holds three missiles at a time.
Final verdict and summary
Review FailThe Arrow Strike was an attempt to bring missiles back to popularity. However, it failed to do so, and became the last of only a few blasters to fire missiles. It is not recommended to get this blaster due to poor performance and its poor performing ammunition.


  1. NC Review - Nerf® Arrow Strike(TM).
  2. Area Nerf: Bow Re-Release.

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