The Battlescout ICS-10 features a clip that holds up to ten darts at a time. It is compatible with detachable shoulder stocks and barrel extensions. It has one tactical rail and two strap points: one on the back-end above the shoulder stock point and one built into the handle.
Its design suggests that it may be able to slam fire, however it cannot.
The Battlescout fires significantly weaker than the N-Strike Elite average. Its camera is better than the Cam ECS-12's, in terms of resolution. However, audio quality is reported to be incredibly bad, almost to the point of being painful, and the framerate is sub-par for most Nerf wars.
The Battlescout was officially announced in January of 2016, prior to the New York Toy Fair of the same year.
- The Battlescout is the second Nerf blaster to feature or come packaged with a camera. The first was the N-Strike Elite Cam ECS-12, which featured a built-in camera instead of a camera accessory.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Paul Mindemann (2016-01-26). Introducing the Nerf N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10. Nerf.About.com.
|N-Strike Modulus blasters|
|2016||Battlescout ICS-10 • IonFire • Recon MKII • Tri-Strike|
|2017||BarrelStrike • Regulator • StockShot|