These blasters feature blue plastic casings and a color scheme similar to N-Strike Elite blasters, but are still marketed as N-Strike on their packaging; they also do not feature Elite-class ranges.
Two more products began to surface in early 2014; the Nite Finder EX-3 and Maverick REV-6, two fan favorites that had both received successors in the N-Strike Elite line.
An additional product, the Zombie Strike Clear Shot, was revealed in mid-2014. The Clear Shot was a repaint of the Dart Tag Stormfire with a repainted Shot Blast scope, however because of the name change and series, it does not directly fall into this category of blasters.
Elite Repaint products
|Barrel Break IX-2||2013|
|Nite Finder EX-3||2014|
- While these blasters are labeled as N-Strike on their packaging and feature the N-Strike logo, they are listed as N-Strike Elite on international versions of Hasbro's official Nerf website.
- The Jolt repaints have an additional plastic mold to keep the muzzle orange, since the whole shell from the original Jolt was orange, but obstructs the sight from the original version. The Barrel Break no longer includes the tactical ammunition storage accessory.
- The Reflex IX-1's repaint variation came in two separate versions; one with the new slide, and one with the original slide.
- The Jolt's plunger tube in the original Jolt had a screw, while the new repaint has a nail instead. Some versions of the Jolt came with a gray trigger and plunger, apart from the orange trigger and plunger.
- ↑ Entry for "Elite" Jolt on German Hasbro website
- ↑ Entry for "Elite" Jolt on Brazilian Hasbro website
|Current Nerf series|
|Official||Alien Menace • DoomLands 2169 • Nerf Sports • Nitro • N-Strike • N-Strike Elite • N-Strike Modulus • Rebelle • RIVAL • Zombie Strike|
|Sub-series||Accustrike • BioSquad • Charmed • Code Red Collection • Impact Zone • Multishot Madness • N-Strike Mega • Remix • Secrets and Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Super Stripes Collection • Z.E.D. Squad|
|Other||Promotional products • Nerf Dog|