As the name states, they are battery-operated revolvers; they use battery power to fire and rotate the blaster's barrels. Electronic revolvers use a flywheel to fire the darts loaded in the blaster. The only known blaster of this kind is the Barricade RV-10. Its flywheel is very noisy, making it somewhat disliked by some fans.
A successor to the Barricade, called the Stockade, was released in August 2012 under the N-Strike Elite series; it is technically an electronic revolver, despite not having a number code in its name. It is to date the latest electronic revolver, as the majority of electronic blasters released since then have been flywheel blasters.
Electronic revolver blasters
|N-Strike number codes|
|Air system • Air system vessel • Clip system • Electronic belt fed • Electronic clip system • Electronic revolver • External single fire • Internal single fire • Revolver|