The Clip Blaster 10 is a Buzz Bee dart blaster that was released in 2009 under the Air Blasters series.

It comes packaged with twelve Micro Darts.


The Clip Blaster 10 features a very interesting design. The clip is inserted into the top of the blaster, and unlike every other clip produced by Buzz Bee, is translucent. Additionally, it does not require the use of shells to operate, something many individuals consider to be an advantage of the blaster.

Due to the position of the clip, the blaster lacks any iron sights. There is a guide at the top of the handle, although the clip blocks it from effective use as a sight. Unfortunately, not a lot is known about this blaster due to its short time on the market.


This blaster was not re-released under the Air Warriors line in 2011 and because of this is generally assumed to be discontinued. It was removed from Buzz Bee's website sometime in 2011.

It was never a particularly common blaster. This blaster, alongside the Thunderstrike, was one of the quickest Buzz Bee blasters to be discontinued recently.

Cancelled successor

In 2010, Buzz Bee introduced the Ultimate Blasters series, which consisted of upgraded versions of older blasters, as well as some new blasters. This series was supposed to feature a blaster within it titled the Ultimate Clip Blast, which would have been extremely similar to the Clip Blaster 10.

The Ultimate Clip Blast, for unknown reasons, was not released. In the end, the successor to the Clip Blaster 10 only made one appearance in the form of a photo, and no further news was released about the blaster. The Ultimate Clip Blast was the only other and the last Buzz Bee blaster to use clips similar to the Clip Blaster 10.

Reloading and firing

To reload the Clip Blaster 10, load up to ten darts into the clip of the blaster. Load the clip into the blaster.

To prime the blaster, pull back on the priming mechanism until it cannot be pulled back any further, and release. Pull the back firing trigger to a fire dart.


  • The name on the side of the blaster reads "Clip Blaster", and not the full name of the blaster. The reason for this is unknown.