|Blaster type||Single-fire air-powered dart blaster|
|Stock ammunition type||Tagger Micro Darts|
|Average retail price||?|
Not to be confused with the N-Strike Magstrike AS-10.
It can still be purchased in Australian stores.
The Magstrike has been released with the following color schemes:
Reloading and firingEdit
To reload the Magstrke, 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. To fire darts, pull back the trigger.
|Firing range||8/10||The Magstrike has a wide range, firing anywhere from twenty to forty feet straight.|
|Accuracy||7/10||The Magstrike is not particularly accurate. However, because of the blaster's large amount of darts, it can hit targets rather well.|
|Reliability||8/10||This hardy Nerf blaster is unable to jam. The only problem with the blaster is with how the clip works. As the blaster is fired, the clip raises out of the blaster and occasionally may fall back in, skipping shots and wasting air on already empty chambers. Only one or two clips come with the blaster, depending on the type purchased, and they are hard to store due to their size.|
|Rate of fire||10/10||The Magstrike has one of the highest rates of fire of any Nerf blaster, firing at about eight to ten darts per second. Unfortunately, reloading the clips and pumping is a real pain.|
|Capacity||10/10||The Magstrike can hold one clip of ten darts at a time.|
|8.6/10||The Magstrike is an all around great Nerf blaster. The blaster works best at short to medium ranges, and like all high rate of fire Nerf blasters, the Magstrike is an excellent ambush and position holding weapon.|
- This is, to date, the only air-powered Dart Tag blaster.
|Dart Tag blasters|
|Eliminator • Firestrike • Furyfire • Hyperfire • Magstrike • Quick 16 • Sharp Shot|
Snapfire 8 • Speedload 6 • Speedswarm • Stinger • Stormfire • Strikefire • Swarmfire