Not to be confused with the N-Strike Magstrike AS-10.

The Magstrike is an automatic air-powered Nerf blaster that was released in 2007 under the Dart Tag series.

It comes packaged with two Magstrike clips, twenty Tagger Micro Darts, and instructions.


This blaster is an air-powered, automatic blaster that became the first and only air-powered blaster in the Dart Tag line. It features a single tactical rail near the rear of the blaster, behind where its clip is located; due to this location, scopes and other aiming accessories may not be suitable for use. Its clip is only compatible with this blaster, and has not been used in another blaster since the Magstrike.


This blaster succeeded the old 1999 PowerClip from the Airjet Power Plus series. This can be seen in the design of the blaster and the clips, which are extremely similar. It was later re-released as the Magstrike AS-10 under the N-Strike series.

Color schemes

The Magstrike has been released with the following color schemes:

  • Red
  • Blue

Reloading and firing

To reload the Magstrike, load up to ten darts into one of the packaged clips. The clip is then loaded into the blaster. It is primed by pumping the blaster; for maximum power, the blaster must be pumped about twenty times[1]. To fire darts, pull back the trigger.


  • This is, to date, the only air-powered Dart Tag blaster.
  • Due to the release of the N-Strike version shortly after this blaster was released, the original Dart Tag version has become quite rare. It was also one of the first Dart Tag blasters to be discontinued, replaced by the N-Strike version.
  • Due to the clip rising as the blaster fires, it will rise and obstruct any sight or scope currently mounted, rendering them useless.


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The full image gallery for Magstrike may be viewed at Magstrike/Gallery.

Official videos


  1. SG Nerf (2008-11-18). SgNerf: Nerf Magstrike - Review!.