|Blaster type||Single-fire dart blaster (direct plunger)|
|Stock ammunition type||Whistler Dart|
Zombie Strike dart
|Size||4" x 4" x 1.25"|
10.16cm x 10.16cm x 3.17cm
|Weight||about .25 lbs|
|Average retail price||5.99 USD|
It comes packaged with two Whistler Darts. The re-release comes packaged with two Elite Darts. The Zombie Strike release will come packaged in the Zombie Strike Target Set. The Rebelle release will come packaged in the Knock Out Gallery.
It has a digital camo design, like the Longstrike CS-6 and the Raider CS-35. It also does not feature the N-Strike color scheme and instead features a color scheme similar to that of the Gear Up series. It currently holds the title of the smallest blaster released by Nerf, beating out the Secret Strike AS-1.The blaster has no tactical rail due to it's small size.
The majority of the blaster is one solid piece, rather than two halves like many others. The only separate pieces are the trigger mechanism, the plunger, and a plate where the plunger comes out from. Like most blasters of its type, it doesn't accept Streamline Darts without a modification.
Re-shells and color schemes
The Jolt has been released with the following color schemes:
- N-Strike (orange and black)
- "N-Strike Elite" (blue, orange, and white)
- Dart Tag Stinger (re-shell; blue, orange and two shades of gray)
- Blue, black, and orange (packaged with the Clue Elimination game)
- Green, black, and orange (packaged with the Clue Elimination game)
- Red, black, and orange (packaged with the Clue Elimination game)
- Yellow, black, and orange (packaged with the Clue Elimination game)
- Zombie Strike (neon green and black)
- Rebelle Sneak Attacker (reshell; white and pink)
- Rebelle (white, pink and aqua; packaged with the Knock Out Gallery)
The Clue Elimination game comes packaged with four custom Jolts. There also exists an eight-Jolt party pack which also comes with sixteen Elite Darts.
Because of its size and lacking internals, there is little to no room for modification. Removal of the air restrictor may actually cause problems with darts blocking the air chamber. It is, however, a good candidate for a blaster integration due to its size.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Jolt, load a dart into the barrel; pull the plunger tube downwards to prime the blaster.
Pull the trigger to fire a dart.
- The Jolt EX-1 was ripped off by Leyaun Toys, a Chinese pirating company and was renamed the Spitfire. All Nerf-related imagery was removed from the packaging and blaster. It comes package with three blue darts and a dart holder to clip on top of the blaster.
- The Jolt is one of two N-Strike blasters (the other being the Rayven) to have a non-standard colour scheme and have no number code on the blaster's shell.
- Strangely, the recolored Jolt used to be listed as an N-Strike Elite product on the Nerf website, despite only being listed as N-Strike on the package.
- When a Whistler Dart has been used excessively in the Jolt, it slides out slightly when primed.
|The full image gallery for Jolt EX-1 may be viewed at Jolt EX-1/Gallery.|
|External single fire blasters|
|Element EX-6 • Jolt EX-1 • Nite Finder EX-3 • Switch Shot EX-3|
|Zombie Strike blasters|
|Crossfire Bow • Fusefire • Hammershot • Ricochet • Ripshot • Sledgefire • Slingfire • Sidestrike|